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Om Seeing Red
Red Porter knows the difference between right and wrong, black and white. But he also knows that for folk in his hometown, Stony Gap, this isn't always clear. When Red's daddy dies, he's left with his younger brother, his mama and some hard decisions. As their money dwindles, Red does everything he can to keep the family repair shop afloat. But when he uncovers some of the racial injustices that have been happening in Stony Gap since before he was born, Red is faced with unsettling questions about the legacy behind his family's shop... With the help of a few unlikely characters, however, Red realizes that while he can't fix the past, he can still change the future and stand up for those who need him most. A powerful and thought-provoking story of family, friendship and race relations set in the deep South. Includes book group questions for readers to think about and discuss and internet links to find out more about the U.S civil rights movement. "Erskine writes with sensitivity and humour." - Booktrust on Mockingbird Kathryn Erskine's first novel, Mockingbird, won the National Book Award in America in 2010.