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Another powerful story in the Logan Family Saga and companion to Mildred D. Taylor's Newbery Award-winning Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry.

For David Logan, a time of distress means taking the higher road. 

During a drought, the Logan family shares their well water with their neighbors, black and white alike. But David’s brother Hammer finds it hard to share with Charlie Simms, who torments them because they are black. Hammer’s pride and Charlie’s meanness are a dangerous combination, and tensions between the boys build and build—until they explode.
 

* “A compelling novel about prejudice and the saving power of human dignity."—School Library Journal, starred review 

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Publisher: Penguin Random House Audio Publishing Group Edition: Unabridged
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OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9780525591139
  • File size: 59821 KB
  • Release date: October 10, 2017
  • Duration: 02:04:37

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9780525591139
  • File size: 59827 KB
  • Release date: October 10, 2017
  • Duration: 02:06:37
  • Number of parts: 2

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Languages

English

Levels

Lexile® Measure:760
Text Difficulty:3-4

Another powerful story in the Logan Family Saga and companion to Mildred D. Taylor's Newbery Award-winning Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry.

For David Logan, a time of distress means taking the higher road. 

During a drought, the Logan family shares their well water with their neighbors, black and white alike. But David’s brother Hammer finds it hard to share with Charlie Simms, who torments them because they are black. Hammer’s pride and Charlie’s meanness are a dangerous combination, and tensions between the boys build and build—until they explode.
 

* “A compelling novel about prejudice and the saving power of human dignity."—School Library Journal, starred review 

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