Zora and me the summoner
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SummaryFor Carrie and her best friend, Zora, Eatonville—America’s first incorporated Black township—has been an idyllic place to live out their childhoods. But when a lynch mob crosses the town’s border to pursue a fugitive and a grave robbery resuscitates the ugly sins of the past, the safe ground beneath them seems to shift. Not only has Zora’s own father—the showboating preacher John Hurston—decided to run against the town’s trusted mayor, but there are other unsettling things afoot, including a heartbreaking family loss, a friend’s sudden illness, and the suggestion of voodoo and zombie-ism in the air, which a curious and grieving Zora becomes all too willing to entertain.
Hurston, Zora Neale Childhood and youth Juvenile fiction
Race relations Juvenile fiction
African Americans Juvenile fiction
Eatonville (Fla.) History 20th century Juvenile fiction.
|Publisher|| [Place of publication not identified] :Candlewick Press2020
|Edition||First electronic edition.|
|Other Titles|| Zora & me
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