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Same Sun Here by Silas House
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Jan 22, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: pen-pals, friendship

You'd think River (a eastern Kentucky basketball playing white boy) and Meena (an Indian girl living in NYC's Chinatown) would be people more likely to a) spit at each other or b) ignore each other, based on their differences. Instead, over old-fashioned pen-pal letters, they become kindred spirits and true friends.

A book by turns inspiring and infuriating--in terms of how the mighty of the world make both River's and Meena's family pay for NOT being mighty.

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