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Jingo Fever by Stephanie Golightly Lowden
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"The story of young Adelle Klein, a German-American girl who has come with her mother from Milwaukee to live in Ashland, a small town in northern Wisconsin on the shores of Lake Superior, for the summer of 1918. Adelle struggles to cope with the local patriotic fervor, in support of American troops abroad...but spilling over into a hatred of all things of German origin. As she seeks friendships, she wonders how to deal with the bigotry of anti-German sentiment, which escalates with the approach of the July 4th celebration. The summer's events will teach Adelle about the importance of standing up for what's right."--Back cover.… (more)

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