Lost Goat Lane

Lost Goat Lane

Book - 2004
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Two families--one white, one black--living near one another in rural Florida overcome their suspicions of each other and find ways to work together, with the help of their children and a few goats.
Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. : Peachtree, c2004.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9781561453252
1561453250
Characteristics: 197 p. ;,23 cm.

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robe0358
Oct 01, 2013

A compassionate read. Valuable life lessons abounds in this story.

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Shannonbrady
Jul 17, 2011

when i was assigned this book 4 class i was so upset. but this is the most touching and true book i have ever read. it talks about wat happens when u judge ppl and how u 2 unlikely friends become friends. it talks about how no matter what color ur skin is, it doesn't matter, u can be whatever u want 2 be no matter what! best book i ever read! strongly recommended!!!

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Dana39
Mar 30, 2010

It was a really good book. It was pretty intersting how they made it pretty exciting even in the country side!

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Diora
Mar 10, 2010

This story is really godd, also it teaches kids that it doesn't matter if your black, white or yellow.

samdog123 Mar 26, 2008

A very touching story involving kate and her single parent family's struggles to keep their farm. Exploration of many familiar tween issues make this a great read.

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Dana39
Mar 30, 2010

Two people become good friends with help of their goats. But it's really important to learn we are all the same black or white!

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