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Thirteen-year-old Frannie learns hard lessons about prejudice and segregation when she becomes friends with a young black girl who moves into her small Oklahoma town in 1961.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.G9275 St 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||214 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||98040894|
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The starplace. New York: Putnam's Sons.) Summary: Frannie accepted her town as it was until Celeste, an African-American, moves with her family to the white part of town and Celeste attends the all white school. Frannie resists being friends with Frannie but a shared hideout and membership in a special choirs brings them together and reveals. Vicki Grove is the acclaimed author of such books as STARPLACE, REACHING DUSTIN and DESTINY.
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The Starplace by Vicki Grove Quiver, Oklahoma, is a pretty town with an ugly past (Grove) is maybe the biggest understatement that Ive read about a book. When I picked up a copy of The Starplace I thought oh a fluffy book about the 60s for teenagers!. I /5. The Starplace by Vicki Grove is a good book.
It is about thirteen-year-old Frannie Driscoll, who lives in Quiver, Oklahoma, in When a black girl named Celeste Chisholm comes to Frannie's school, everyone is shocked.
Celeste is the first black person at the school. All the black kids go to a separate black school/5(10). The Starplace is an excellent book, and although fiction, includes many accurate historical facts. I would highly recommend this book to adolescents between the ages of =) Barnes & Noble Press.
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Set in Oklahoma in the 's, The Starplace shows how special friendships can alter perspectives -- whether you're ready or not. School Library Journal said "Vicki Grove tells many truths about adolescents trying to discover their place in the world, " in a starred review for The Crystal Garden.
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The quote listed at the top of the paper pretty much explains the book. The Starplace is all about accepting others and making them feel like they belong/5(28). Book Wizard; The Starplace.
By Vicki Grove. Grades. Genre. Fiction It's the early s and Frannie has never given much thought to the color of her skin — until an African-American girl named Celeste moves to town.
At first Frannie ignores Celeste, then the two girls are chosen to be in a special vocal ensemble and they find. The Starplace Vicki Grove, Author Putnam Publishing Group $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author.
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A quirky cast and some heavy issues never quite mesh in this ineffective tale about a teenager who discovers some ugly truths about her small town in Despite having lived in Quiver, Oklahoma, her entire life, Frannie Driscoll doesn't know that her town is segregated until Raymond Chisholm and his daughter, Celeste, arrive for a brief stay.
Disturbed by the way Author: Vicki Grove. In the story of Starplace, is about a town that has a huge history of racism. A girl named Celeste moves to a house that is near the border of the blacks and whites segregation line.
Because Celeste's house is at the border line she has to go to an all white school. Star Place, Rome, Italy. likes. STARPLACE è un portale commerciale di ultima generazione dedicato alle attività commerciali, alle imprese ed ai professionisti e offre inoltre sconti e Followers: Vicki Grove, Author, Kam Mak, Illustrator Putnam Publishing Group $ (p) ISBN.
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In addition to her novels, Grove has published articles and short stories in such magazines as Virtue, Reader’s Digest, Twilight More about Vicki Grove.The starplace by Grove, Vicki. Publication date Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS.
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