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And All Between by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
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Jan 28, 11

bookshelves: multicultural-childrens-literature
Read from January 27 to 28, 2011

The second installment of the Green Sky trilogy does not disappoint. The first half of this book is the second half of the first book told from Teera's point of view. It starts off with her life below the root with the Erdlings and how she ran away with her pet lapan. Most important is her point of view of her relationship and developing friendship with Raamo's sister Pomma.

The second half of the book starts with the abduction of Pomma and Teera. Raamo and his friends are then faced with a difficult decision, right a wrong and the two girls are killed, or let a whole race of people continue to suffer for a crime they didn't commit.

This book is quickly becoming a book that may need to be in the "multicultural" shelf as a lot of what is happening in the story line does deal with race, or class distinctions and how there is misunderstanding and hatred on both sides.
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