The last Carolina girl : a novel / Meagan Church.
"Some folks will do anything to control the wild spirit of a Carolina girl... For fourteen-year-old Leah Payne, life in her beloved coastal Carolina town is as simple as it is free. Devoted to her lumberjack father and running through the wilds where the forest meets the shore, Leah's country life is as natural as the Loblolly pines that rise to greet the Southern sky. When an accident takes her father's life, Leah is wrenched from her small community and cast into a family of strangers with a terrible secret. Separated from her only home, Leah is kept apart from the family and forced to act as a helpmate for the well-to-do household. When a moment of violence and prejudice thrusts Leah into the center of the state's shameful darkness, she must fight for her own future against a world that doesn't always value the wild spirit of a Carolina girl. Set in 1935 against the very real backdrop of a recently formed state eugenics board, The Last Carolina Girl is a powerful and heart-wrenching story of fierce strength, forgotten history, autonomy, and the places and people we ultimately call home" -- Provided by publisher.
- ISBN: 9781728257150
- ISBN: 1728257158
- ISBN: 9781728278049
- ISBN: 172827804X
- Physical Description: 304 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Naperville, IL : Sourcebooks Landmark, an imprint of Sourcebooks, 
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Includes reading group guide and a conversation with the author.
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