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Koya Delany and the Good Girl Blues

by Eloise Greenfield
Koya loves to laugh and make others laugh! What will happen when Koya finds herself in a situation that cannot be solved with laughter and jokes? 124 pages, Ages 8-12

Item Number: 475
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $14.50
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4From the School Library Journal: Koya is a bright, giggly African-American sixth grader who lives with her parents and older sister, Loritha. Loritha and her best friend are members of the double-dutch jump-rope team and are practicing for the championship competition. When a rift develops between the two friends, and during subsequent events, Koya tries to be the peacemaker and "good girl" until the role gives her the blues. When she finally screams her displeasure, she realizes that anger is an appropriate and healthy emotion to be expressed rather than subdued. Her relationships with family and friends improve almost immediately. This has a slow beginning, but the plot eventually unfolds into an enjoyable story with credible characters and conflicts.
2011-08-16

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