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bring light to the good in America.
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By: Sherri L.
book highlights racial issues, as well as sexist issues, in the days of WWII.
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in 1941, teen Madeline organizes a school club to help the war effort and deal
with the emotions of her father stationed in the Pacific. This book is
Madeline’s diary, as she recounts her struggles, her successes, and even her
cute crush! If you like this one, it’s definitely worth checking out the other
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