Jacqueline Guidry's debut novel set in 1950s Louisiana was selected for the PEN/Faulkner Writers in Schools program and has been favorably compared to To Kill a Mockingbird. Ten-year-old Vivien Leigh wants more than anything to understand the adult world. But when two black nuns come to teach at her all-white Catholic elementary school, everything begins to change. She and her sister are suddenly exposed to the harsh realities of racial segregation.
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