Remember the Red-Shouldered Hawk by Doris Buchanan Smith

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John-too must face the fact that two of his favorite people are becoming strangers to him when his beloved grandmother develops Alzheimer's Disease and his best friend starts using racial epithets.
 

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Doris Buchanan Smith is mother to five school-age childreDoris Buchanan Smith is mother to five school-age children, four of her own and one for whom she and her husband are n, four of her own and one for whom she and her husband are permanent guardians. The Smiths have also been parents to mopermanent guardians. The Smiths have also been parents to more than twenty-two foster children. Her experiences have givre than twenty-two foster children. Her experiences have given her exceptional insight into the problems of being young en her exceptional insight into the problems of being young as well as those of growing up. Now that her children are inas well as those of growing up. Now that her children are in school Mrs. Smith spends a minimum of three hours a day wri school Mrs. Smith spends a minimum of three hours a day writing. She also likes animals and the woods, and is interesteting. She also likes animals and the woods, and is interested in nature and conservation. "A Taste Of Blackberries" is hd in nature and conservation. "A Taste Of Blackberries" is her first book. er first book.
 
Published May 4, 1994 by Putnam Juvenile. 160 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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As described by her grandson, Nanna's baffling behavior, detailed with poignant authenticity, is the real focus here, though the reasons for Brod's new attitude and an encounter with the KKK (a cross is burned on the farm where John-too's sister and her black Puerto Rican husband live) are creati...

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