One Hundred Twelve
About diversity. A very nice read.
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"Sometimes, even in the middle of ugliness and neglect, a  little bit of  beauty will bloom. Award-winning writer Paul Fleischman  dazzles us with  this truth in Seedfolks—a slim novel that  bursts with hope.  Wasting not a single word, Fleischman unfolds a  story of a blighted  neighborhood transformed when a young girl plants  a few lima beans in  an abandoned lot. Slowly, one by one, neighbors  are touched and stirred  to action as they see tendrils poke through  the dirt. Hispanics,  Haitians, Koreans, young, and old begin to turn  the littered lot into a  garden for the whole community. A gift for  hearts of all ages, this  gentle, timeless story will delight anyone in  need of a sprig of  inspiration.” - Amazon.com

One Hundred Twelve

About diversity. A very nice read.

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"Sometimes, even in the middle of ugliness and neglect, a little bit of beauty will bloom. Award-winning writer Paul Fleischman dazzles us with this truth in Seedfolks—a slim novel that bursts with hope. Wasting not a single word, Fleischman unfolds a story of a blighted neighborhood transformed when a young girl plants a few lima beans in an abandoned lot. Slowly, one by one, neighbors are touched and stirred to action as they see tendrils poke through the dirt. Hispanics, Haitians, Koreans, young, and old begin to turn the littered lot into a garden for the whole community. A gift for hearts of all ages, this gentle, timeless story will delight anyone in need of a sprig of inspiration.” - Amazon.com