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Lots of Love, Lucinda

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"I fail to see why we have to drag Lucinda with us wherever we go," Matt grumbled. "Corry, can't we ever go out on a date with just the two of us?"

When Corry and her family read about a program of inviting Southern Negro students to go to school in the North, they think it's a marvelous idea. And when Lucinda Jackson accepts their invitation, they're even more excited.

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Published January 2000 by David McKay Co. (first published 1966)
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Nov 01, 2008 Wendy rated it liked it
Recommended to Wendy by: CLM
(This definitely isn't the book with a similar plot that I'd read before.)

This isn't really well-written, and it just goes on and on and on, but for the most part it is more even-handed than I might have expected, and the characters are more interesting. The biggest problem for the modern audience would be the recurring theme that we shouldn't "see color" when we look at people, but of course the country had bigger racism issues on its mind at the time.
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