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Book Review: “The Moonlight School” by Suzanne Woods Fisher “The Moonlight School” by Suzanne Woods Fisher is historical fiction inspired by true events. The story is set in Kentucky, USA during the early 1900’s when illiteracy and poverty were rampant among the Appalachian people living in the hills of Rowan County, Kentucky. Cora Wilson Stewart,...
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