Holler of the fireflies / David Barclay Moore.
Book | Alfred A. Knopf | 2022 | First edition.

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Edition
First edition.
Description
360 pages ; 22 cm.
Summary
"Javari knew that West Virginia would be different from his home in Bushwick, Brooklyn. But his first day at STEM Camp in a little Appalachian town is still a shock. Though run-ins with the police are just the same here. Not good. Javari will learn a lot about science ... And also about rich people, racism, and hidden agendas. But it's Cricket, a local boy, budding activist, and occasional thief, who will show him a different side of the holler--and blow his mind wide open"-- Provided by publisher
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ISBN
9781524701284 (hardcover)
1524701289 (hardcover)
9781524701291 )Trade)
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