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Crossing Jordan

Author: Adrian Fogelin; Loraine M Joyner; Melanie McMahon Ives
Publisher: Atlanta, Georgia : Peachtree, 2002. ©2000
Series: Peachtree junior publication.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This moving, coming-of-age story follows a young white girl who overcomes family prejudice and cultural differences when she befriends a black girl in a small working-class town Twelve-year-old Cassie narrates the dramatic events that unfold when Jemmie, an African-American girl, and her family move in next door. Despite their parents' deeply held prejudice against each other's family-exemplified by the fence  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Fogelin, Adrian.
Crossing Jordan.
Newburyport : Peachtree Publishers, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Adrian Fogelin; Loraine M Joyner; Melanie McMahon Ives
ISBN: 9781497694613 1497694612
OCLC Number: 893685628
Description: 1 online resource (149 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Dedication; Copyright; Contents; 1. The Fence; 2. Cat Stealers; 3. The Girl on the Other Side of the Fence; 4. You Think You''re Fast?; 5. Jemmie and Jane and Another Tie; 6. Chocolate Milk; 7. What''s in Her Pockets?; 8. It is a Great Pleasure to See You; 9. Trouble; 10. A Closed Case; 11. I Find Out abut My Ears; 12. Miss Liz Speaks; 13. Little Miss Hitler at the Beach; 14. Midnight. The Cemetery. Be There.; 15. The Heat Prostration; 16. We become Neighbors; 17. In Training; 18. The Shoe Factor; 19. Go, Chocolate Milk! Go!; 20. The Winners.
Series Title: Peachtree junior publication.
Responsibility: Adrian Fogelin ; jacket and cover design by Loraine M. Joyner ; composition by Melanie McMahon Ives.
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This moving, coming-of-age story follows a young white girl who overcomes family prejudice and cultural differences when she befriends a black girl in a small working-class town Twelve-year-old Cassie narrates the dramatic events that unfold when Jemmie, an African-American girl, and her family move in next door. Despite their parents' deeply held prejudice against each other's family-exemplified by the fence Cassie's father builds between their two houses-the girls find they share more similarities than differences. Mutual interests in reading and running draw them together, and their warines.

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