Lunch Box Dream

Lunch Box Dream

“The dead house was surrounded by wild trees...

”That’s it?” said Ricky. “That’s the cemetery for the Union soldiers.  It looks haunted.”

During one week in June 1959, Bobby and his older brother Ricky, along with their mother and recently widowed grandmother, drive from Cleveland Ohio to Florida, stopping at Civil War battlefields along the way. When they are outside of Atlanta, their paths cross with a black family whose son has gone missing and Bobby grows increasingly aware of the differences and similarities of his broken family and the black family. Told from different points of view, this is a glimpse into the early civil rights era.


Recommended for ages 12 and up.

Recommended by Alice Cyphers, Librarian, Pennsylvania, USA

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