One of School Library Journal's Best Fiction Books of 2011
When Ollie's daddy, the Reverend Everlasting Love, pulls their travel trailer into Binder to lead a three-day revival, Ollie knows that this town will be like all the others they visit-- it is exactly the kind of nothing Ollie has come to expect. But on their first day in town, Ollie meets Jimmy Koppel, whose mother is in jail for murdering his father. Jimmy insists that his mother is innocent, and Ollie believes him. Still, even if Ollie convinces her daddy to stay in town, how can two kids free a grown woman who has signed a confession? Ollie's longing for a friend and her daddy's penchant for searching out lost souls prove to be a formidable force in this tiny town where everyone seems bent on judging and jailing without a trial.
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Olivene "Ollie" Love is tired of life on the road with her mother and four younger sisters, as they follow her father, a traveling preacher, from one dirt-poor town to another in the southern U.S. in 1957.Aug 01 2011 | Read Full Review of With a Name like Love
Inspired by her love of classic Southern gospel music, local author Tess Hilmo's debut novel for young readers is a remarkable story of love and hope.Nov 09 2011 | Read Full Review of With a Name like Love
Not so, my friend, though before Vanished, I, too, thought that.What does this change for organizers who so kindly wish to sell this particular book at events where I am appearing/speaking?Schools/educators with a Scholastic account: You can now order the book on the Scholastic site and without a...Jun 11 2016 | Read Full Review of With a Name like Love
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