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Living in Secret af Cristina Salat
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Living in Secret (udgave 1994)

af Cristina Salat (Forfatter)

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Amelia's mother helps her run away from her father who has custody and establish a new home and identity in San Francisco with her mother's girlfriend.
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From Amazon: In this, virtually the only novel for middle-grade readers that deals with some of the issues confronting children of gay parents, 11-year-old Amelia runs away from her father's home to live with her mother and her mother's lover Janey in California. She must take on a new identity because if she is discovered, her mother and Janey might be arrested. Can her secret life go on forever? Publishers Weekly. Amelia was excited about escaping from her father's house to go live with her mother and her mom's lesbian lover in San Francisco. However, the 12-year-old soon discovers that having an assumed name, lying to her new friends about her past and negotiating the maze of complications arising from her mom's lifestyle isn't as much fun as she thought it would be. But when her father finally hunts her down and forces her to return home, Amelia is able to draw strength from her experiences to make a difficult choice. This first novel tackles some hefty social issues including racism, homosexuality, lawbreaking, personal integrity and justice. Though Salat's carefully worded treatment generates options for the reader, her style is constrained and lacks spontaneity. Still, this is a courageous, thought-provoking and thorough foray into some tough, worthy concerns. Ages 9-12. (Feb.)
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