Virginia – Marie Hardin Portnoy’s Penn state Debate Team shirt Be Done About Prince Edward County, about a county in Virginia that was the subject of one of the original cases considered in the Brown vs. Board ruling (there were 5 cases together, but Brown was first alphabetically). When the ruling was handed down, instead of integrating, they closed their public schools. It’s not the best book I’ve ever read, but there was enough important/interesting information that I’d still recommend it even though I didn’t love the author (she brings up her guilt and her biracial kids a few too many times)
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No worries. I’m just Marie Hardin Portnoy’s Penn state Debate Team shirt Ingalls Wilder geek and since the only one I actually owned was Banks of Plum Creek I practically had that one memorized. The others I just checked out of the library regularly. I’ve read that book at least three times and I had no idea it was based on a true story! You just blew my mind a little. I grew up in Southern California, and it was required reading in elementary school. I remember feeling a connection with the girl, and feeling like she was a California kid like me, and I put myself in her shoes. I felt a connection, and that was one of the reasons I re-read it several times and remember it as an adult. It’s fictionalized of course. The real girl was left behind after the island was vacated by her tribe and moved to the mainland in a kind of forced migration/displacement.
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Great idea! I am struggling for Marie Hardin Portnoy’s Penn state Debate Team shirt as I am more of a fiction fan, but for Washington, you could go for The Stranger Beside Me which is an account of Ted Bundy and his crimes (also covering Florida and Colorado) by a woman who was his friend. Or another good one would be Heavier Than Heaven, the biography of Kurt Cobain by Charles Cross. A Walk Across America by PeterJenkins. A true story of Jenkin’s fascinating walk in the ’70s. It was very popular when published. I loved this book – on side note It cracks me up he didn’t carry any water with him. People today can’t walk around the block without their plastic bottles.