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Walking with Miss Millie
Walking with Miss Millie | Tamara Bundy
6 posts | 7 read | 3 to read
After moving with her mother and deaf brother to Grandma's small Georgia town in the 1960s, Alice copes with feelings of isolation by befriending the elderly black woman who lives next door.
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Peaceful_Reader
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Another school read before the summer ends; debut author with great characters! Happy to road trip today for 3 hours of reading time. #deafcharacters #ageing

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Addison_Reads
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Sweet, heartfelt middlegrade read about an unexpected friendship between two very different people.

This was my audiobook while working today and it was very enjoyable.

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Mdargusch
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I wasn‘t going to buy too many books today but I couldn‘t stop. 🙀
#ohioanabookfestival
#nevergoingtogiveyouup
#anglophileapril
#ohioauthors
#ohiomeetup

Cinfhen Fun! 10mo
Mdargusch It‘s always fun to meet the authors @Cinfhen but then I‘m a sucker for their books. 10mo
emilyhaldi That looks like a fun mix of books!!! 10mo
Suet624 It‘s hard not to. 10mo
Reviewsbylola At least you spent less than me. 😆 10mo
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auntie_jenn
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i bought this middle grade novel purely based on the title - my kitty‘s name is Miss Millie ❤️. the novel was so sweet and lovely, just like my girl. set in the south in the 60s, it deals with race, tolerance, and acceptance in a beautiful tale of a displaced 10-year old and her 90+ neighbor, Miss Millie. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

rubyslippersreads 😻😻😻 2y
Tanzy13 🐱 2y
Dolly What a precious little face!❤️ 2y
auntie_jenn @Dolly aw, thank you! she‘s a sweetie 😽 2y
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Bakingbookworm
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4 STARS - Happy Monday!! I have a new review on my blog. Walking With Miss Millie is a Middle School read that touches on several topics but focuses on the touching bond between a 10-year-old girl and her elderly African American neighbour. It's a good read for Grades 4 and up. My full review: http://thebakingbookworm.blogspot.ca/2017/07/walking-with-miss-millie.html?m=1

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Delightful audiobook and story with underlying themes of racial issues and families. Set in the summer of 1968 — a young girl is uprooted from Columbus, OH, to small-town Georgia so her mother can take care of her own elderly mother. A coming-of-age story perfect for adults and middle grade readers. Narrator Catherine Taber is amazing at her characterizations and augmenting the emotional impact of this book.

Cinfhen Beautiful photo/ awesome review 💕 3y
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