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The Little Known Free download å 5 Summary Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¹ Janice Daugharty review The Little Known A good hearted boy A segregated town A stolen fortune A coming of age story full of hope and forgiveness When twelve year old Knot Crews an African American boy growing up in the segregated south Georgia town of Statenville discovers a bag of bank robbed cash in an alley he is nearly overcome with happiness and terror All that money. Indeed good deeds often go unnoticed unknown I believe that is the premise of the title of this book It talks about a 12 year old boy who acted so unselfishly even with so much money on his hands The circumstances of his life no known father longing for acceptance in the only family he s known and wanting of some of life s simple joys would most likely make him turn to the money to buy happiness But at a very young age he knew what real happiness means he knew that it cannot be bought What a great lesson woven into a story of a black boy set during the 60 s in the American south

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The Little Known Free download å 5 Summary Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¹ Janice Daugharty review The Little Known A hundred thousand dollars could be the ticket to everything he's ever wanted but he knows he can't spend it not only because his conscience won't let him but for fear of being caught He decides to do what he can for his needy neighbors both black and white and begins mailing them hundred dollar bills anonymously but it irks Knot d. The Little Known is the story of a nine year old African American boy named Knot in 1960 s segregated Georgia While out riding his cousin s bicycle he comes across a bag of money dropped by a bank robber who was fleeing from the police Knot could have easily spent some of the money on that bicycle he s been wanting but he knows he d have to explain himself Instead he decides to give the money away hoping to make life better for those around him Only it does not uite work out that wayKnot is a sweetheart of a boy who is coming into his own He seems so innocent at times and yet like an older soul at others He has been poor all his life and believes that money can make things better He uickly learns however that having money does not correlate with people doing the right thing Knot is also struggling with his identity trying to figure out his place in the world and in his familyThe author captures the essence of a poverty stricken close knit community full of internal strife and yet coming together in times of need Knot lives with Marge a woman whose weakness is alcohol I didn t much like her at first but the I got to know her the sorrier I felt for her and the I hoped she would pull herself together for Knot s sake She really wasn t a bad person just a damaged one Many of the characters in the novel are damaged in some way white and black alike Among them are the family next door with the drunk abusive husband the daughter whose mother is mentally ill and often runs naked in the neighborhood and a girl who is handicapped but whose family can t afford a wheelchair I wouldn t have minded if some of these other characters had been fleshed out however Then again this is Knot s story than anyone else sAnd although the author did not go into it as much as I would have liked I was especially drawn to Knot s relationship with Becky Bruce the white girl and the daughter of Sammy Bruce a man who terrorizes not only those in the black community but his own family as well Becky is a sad child withdrawn and easy to tears While Knot tries to dismiss her at first he can t help but feel the need to help her somehow rescue her from her father He is fearful though the colors of their skin make friendship dangerousWhile Knot is my favorite character in the novel coming in at a close second is the pastor Knot admits that he likes to go to church every Sunday for the food Sometimes it s the only good meal he ll get that week The pastor plays the role of the father figure and is perhaps the one stable person in Knot s lifeRace does play a part in the novel There is always an undercurrent of tension in that regard Knot is one of a handful of black students in a school that has recently been integrated And in the society at large there is a clear demarcation of who holds the power the white man As the story unfolds however there is definite hope that change is comingOverall this was a touching novel of forgiveness and hope On the surface it is a simple story but it has several layers some of which I m still discovering after having finished it This is a novel I think both adults and children would enjoyJust a note of warning the author does use the n word in the text albeit minimally Given the time period the novel is set in it was not out of place Who Was Seabiscuit? year old African American boy named Knot in 1960 s segregated Georgia While out riding his cousin s bicycle he comes across a bag of money dropped by a bank robber who was fleeing from the police Knot could have easily spent some of the money on that bicycle he s been wanting but he knows he d have to explain himself Instead he decides to give the money away hoping to make life better for those around him Only it does not uite work out that wayKnot is a sweetheart of a boy who is coming into his own He seems so innocent at times and My Big Book of Sewing yet like an older soul at others He has been poor all his life and believes that money can make things better He uickly learns however that having money does not correlate with people doing the right thing Knot is also struggling with his identity trying to figure out his place in the world and in his familyThe author captures the essence of a poverty stricken close knit community full of internal strife and Acts of Mercy yet coming together in times of need Knot lives with Marge a woman whose weakness is alcohol I didn t much like her at first but the I got to know her the sorrier I felt for her and the I hoped she would pull herself together for Knot s sake She really wasn t a bad person just a damaged one Many of the characters in the novel are damaged in some way white and black alike Among them are the family next door with the drunk abusive husband the daughter whose mother is mentally ill and often runs naked in the neighborhood and a girl who is handicapped but whose family can t afford a wheelchair I wouldn t have minded if some of these other characters had been fleshed out however Then again this is Knot s story than anyone else sAnd although the author did not go into it as much as I would have liked I was especially drawn to Knot s relationship with Becky Bruce the white girl and the daughter of Sammy Bruce a man who terrorizes not only those in the black community but his own family as well Becky is a sad child withdrawn and easy to tears While Knot tries to dismiss her at first he can t help but feel the need to help her somehow rescue her from her father He is fearful though the colors of their skin make friendship dangerousWhile Knot is my favorite character in the novel coming in at a close second is the pastor Knot admits that he likes to go to church every Sunday for the food Sometimes it s the only good meal he ll get that week The pastor plays the role of the father figure and is perhaps the one stable person in Knot s lifeRace does play a part in the novel There is always an undercurrent of tension in that regard Knot is one of a handful of black students in a school that has recently been integrated And in the society at large there is a clear demarcation of who holds the power the white man As the story unfolds however there is definite hope that change is comingOverall this was a touching novel of forgiveness and hope On the surface it is a simple story but it has several layers some of which I m still discovering after having finished it This is a novel I think both adults and children would enjoyJust a note of warning the author does use the n word in the text albeit minimally Given the time period the novel is set in it was not out of place

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The Little Known Free download å 5 Summary Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¹ Janice Daugharty review The Little Known Aily to discover that most of them suander it and don't use the money as he had intended and that the money doesn't change their lives for the better It turns out that the weight of Knot's world can't be lifted by cold hard cash alone Set during the turbulent 1960's The Little Known is a coming of age story full of hope and forgive.


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    EBOOK / PDF [The Little Known] Janice Daugharty ¹ 5 Free download This coming of age story deals with race relations in the 60’s, poverty, tragedy, and a sack of stolen money which should have transformed lives. A little boy named Knot finds the sack of stolen money dropped by the bank robber. He secretly gives the money away to those who have great needs, but quickly reali

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    EBOOK / PDF [The Little Known] Summary Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¹ Janice Daugharty A beautiful written moral tale set in the south during the turbulent 60's. A young black boy, Knot, discovers a bag full of stolen cash from a botched bank robbery. Since he cannot use the money himself due to moral and practical r

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    Summary Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¹ Janice Daugharty EBOOK / PDF [The Little Known] Janice Daugharty ¹ 5 Free download Indeed, good deeds often go unnoticed, unknown. I believe that is the premise of the title of this book. It talks about a 12 year old boy who

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    A young poor boy sees a thief take his mask off and drops a bag before running off. Sirens are loud down the road. Knot rides his bike to th spot and grabs the bag. He doesn't look in it til he is away from the drop off. There are banded one hundred dollar bills. Thousands of dollars. Now what to do with it.

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    EBOOK / PDF [The Little Known] The Little Known is the story of a nine year old African American boy named Knot in 1960's segregated Georgia. While out riding his cousin's bicycle, he comes across a bag of money, dropped by a bank robber who was fleeing from the police. Knot could have easily spent some of the money on that bicycle he's been wanting, but he knows he'd have to explain himself. Instead, he decides to give the money away, hoping to make life bet

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    EBOOK / PDF [The Little Known] A Kind Hearted Boy. A Segregated Town. A Stolen Fortune.
    Set during the turbulent era of the 1960’s, in the small segregated town of Statenville Georgia, "The Little Known" is a unique coming of age story full of hope and forgiveness. The story revolves around the central character Knot Crews, a young African American boy besought with

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    EBOOK / PDF [The Little Known] Knot Crews is a thirteen year old African American boy growing up in Statensville Georgia. who was told most of his young life that he was fished out of a dumpster and taken to raise by Marge, she struggles with alcoholism, and alot of days there isn't enough food to eat. They live in what I would call a shanty town, and everybody seems to be poor. The one bright spot is the summers spent with his "Aunt Willie"Marge's sister whom he hopes

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    EBOOK / PDF [The Little Known] Summary Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¹ Janice Daugharty A young black boy in a segregated southern town in the 1960s finds a fortune in stolen money. But what can he do with it?

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    review The Little Known Janice Daugharty ¹ 5 Free download Summary Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¹ Janice Daugharty What would you do if you found a bag of money from a bank robbery? Knot, a young black boy growing up in the segregated South, decides to keep it. His ultimate goal is to reform Marge so they can go live with her sister. The only problem with stolen money is it's hard to spend. Knot begins sending hundred dollar bills anonymously to people in his community. He is upset when they don't spend the money as he thinks they should. This is a com

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    EBOOK / PDF [The Little Known] Janice Daugharty ¹ 5 Free download Summary Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¹ Janice Daugharty Set in the early 1960's, a twelve year old black boy named Knot, finds a bag of money in an alley. Knowing the money was dropped by a bank robber, Knot makes the choice to keep the money instead of turning it into the bank.

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  • Paperback
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  • The Little Known
  • Janice Daugharty
  • English
  • 28 October 2020
  • 098412585X