Life. Is. Not. Fair. /

Louis and his aunt are startled and upset when a Black family moves next door to their Kansas City home in 1958, but Louis soon recognizes that his new neighbor is a more reliable friend than the group of junior high "cools" with whom he had hoped to be friends.

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Main Author: Bargar, Gary W.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:New York : Clarion Books, c1984.
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300 |a 174 p. ;  |c 22 cm. 
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650 1 |a Afro-Americans  |x Fiction. 
650 1 |a Race relations  |x Fiction. 
650 1 |a Prejudices  |x Fiction. 
650 1 |a Friendship  |x Fiction. 
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