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The secret life of Lula Darling : a novel / by Alex Dean.

Dean, Alex, (author.).

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Summary:

"Lula Darling is a fourteen-year-old slave growing up on a plantation in Natchez, Mississippi. After the untimely deaths of her father, and then brother, her perilous life could not seem to get any worse. Under the watchful eye of the slave owner and his father, an inventor, Lula, along with her mother, Ella Mae, are losing any and all hope of ever being free from the bondages and terrors of slavery. But one day, while hiding in fear in the slave owner's attic Lula makes a startling discovery that transports her through time and space into the future. Finding herself in uncharted territory, Lula is befriended by another young girl named Ariel, whose parents' warm embrace offers Lula hope against the most formidable odds imaginable, allowing her to become a shining and positive example to the youth of today."--Back cover.
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Circulation Modifier Age Hold Protection Active/Create Date Status Due Date
Grant County Library YA DEAN (Text) 37845000555974 Young Adult Book System_Only_6months 10/01/2020 Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780990528142
  • ISBN: 0990528146
  • Physical Description: 223 pages ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Trebor & Taylor Publishing, [2017].

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Includes discussion questions.
Summary, etc.:
"Lula Darling is a fourteen-year-old slave growing up on a plantation in Natchez, Mississippi. After the untimely deaths of her father, and then brother, her perilous life could not seem to get any worse. Under the watchful eye of the slave owner and his father, an inventor, Lula, along with her mother, Ella Mae, are losing any and all hope of ever being free from the bondages and terrors of slavery. But one day, while hiding in fear in the slave owner's attic Lula makes a startling discovery that transports her through time and space into the future. Finding herself in uncharted territory, Lula is befriended by another young girl named Ariel, whose parents' warm embrace offers Lula hope against the most formidable odds imaginable, allowing her to become a shining and positive example to the youth of today."--Back cover.
Subject: Slaves > United States > Fiction.
Families > Fiction.
Genre: Time-travel fiction.
Historical fiction.

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