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The Lions of Little Rock: Book summary and reviews of The Lions of Little Rock by Kristin Levine
The Lions of Little Rock Summary
Two girls separated by race form an unbreakable bond during the tumultuous integration of Little Rock schools in 1958.
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"Starred Review. This engaging story, with its emphasis on the impact of friendship and on finding one's voice when it is most important to be heard, will no doubt appeal to a broad range of readers and inspire many interesting conversations." - Kirkus Reviews
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Kristin Levine Author Biography
She is a mom and writer in Alexandria, Virginia. After she graduated from Swarthmore College in 1997, Kristin Levine has been everything from an au pair in Austria to a screenwriting instructor in Washington, DC. Her first novel The Best Bad Luck I Ever Had came out in 2009. Her second novel The Lions of Little Rock was published in January 2012.
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