Revolutions of the Heart
Outspoken Cory K. faces the most difficult year of her life -- dealing with the death of her beloved mother and the racism she discovers in her own hometown..
Hardcover, 184 pages
Published April 26th 1993 by HMH Books for Young Readers
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Cory is a seventeen year old girl who is stuck between the two sides of her town. One side is racist against indians, and the ohers are either indians themselves, or against the racism. But it isn't until Cory K. gets interested in a new indian boy in her school that she starts to fully realize the extent of damage the racism has done. Cory also knows that the tension can't last forever and now has to wonder when the cork will pop and they go to war. In the middle of everything else that's goin...more