Secret Holes by Pansie Hart Flood
(Middle Grade Fiction)

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Sylvia and Miz Lula Maye are back! And Sylvia is in for a big surprise when Miz Lula Maye tells her about secret holes. Secret holes, Miz Lula Maye explains, were places where people used to keep money and important papers. They could be anywhere--under a loose floorboard, behind a wall, or even inside a bedpost. Between getting to know her newfound daddy, frying up fritters, and helping uncover hiding places from long ago, Sylvia decides to draw a picture of her family tree. With Miz Lula Maye's help she fills in her daddy's side. But what about her momma's? Sylvia doesn't know, and her momma's not telling. While looking for answers, Sylvia uncovers the biggest secret of all--a secret that changes everything she ever thought she knew.

About Pansie Hart Flood

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Pansie Hart Flood grew up in the heart of the South as the youngest of seven children. Flood is a teacher and lives with her husband and two children. Felicia Marshall is the illustrator of a number of books for children, including Sylvia & Miz Lula Maye, Down Home at Miss Dessa's, and Keepers. She teaches art in Houston, Texas, where she lives with her husband and son.
Published August 1, 2003 by Carolrhoda Books. 128 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In Sylvia and Miz Lula Maye, 10-year-old Sylvia found a 100-year-old best friend and met her daddy for the first time.

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