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C.H. Booth Library - Newtown YA FIC MIT (Text to phone) 34014141704933 Young Adult New Available -
Howard Whittemore Library - Naugatuck YA FIC MITTLEFEHLDT, RAFI (Text to phone) 34027146557247 Young Adult New Fiction Checked out 04/01/2020
North Branch - Bridgeport YA MITTLEFEHLDT (Text to phone) 34000147846307 Young Adult Fiction Available -
Plumb Memorial Library - Huntington Branch TEEN FIC MITTLEFEHLDT (Text to phone) 34025146195448 Teen New Fiction Available -
Ridgefield Library TEEN Mittlefehldt (Text to phone) 34010146218309 Teen Fiction Available -
Silas Bronson Library - Waterbury YA FIC MITTLEFEHLDT, R (Text to phone) 34005146347868 Young Adult Fiction Available -

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Summary, etc.: "Eran Sharon knows nothing of his father except that he left when Eran was a baby. Now a senior in high school and living with his protective but tight-lipped mother, Eran is a passionate young man deeply interested in social justice and equality. When he learns that the Houston police have launched a program to increase traffic stops, Eran organizes a peaceful protest. But a heated moment at the protest goes viral, and a reporter connects the Sharon family to a tragedy fifteen years earlier -- and asks if Eran is anything like his father, a supposed terrorist. Soon enough, Eran is wondering the same thing, especially when the people he's gone to school and temple with for years start to look at him differently. Timely, powerful, and full of nuance, Rafi Mittlefehldt's sophomore novel confronts the prejudices, fears, and strengths of family and community, striking right to the heart of what makes us who we are."--Amazon.
Subject: Political activists Fiction
Social justice Fiction
Houston (Tex.) Fiction
Identity (Psychology) in adolescence Fiction
Jewish teenagers Fiction
Prejudices Fiction
Young adult fiction
Identity Fiction
Family secrets Fiction
Houston (Tex.) Fiction
Identity (Psychology) in adolescence
Jewish teenagers
Political activists
Prejudices
Social justice
Texas Houston
Genre: Fiction.
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