The Warden's DaughtereBook - 2016
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Growing up without a mother is hard, especially when you're the warden's daughter and the women in your life are inmates.
Jerry Spinelli has written another beautiful coming-of-age story of a young girl, Cammie, who is in search of someone to fill the loss she has felt all her life; her mother died when she was an infant in order to save Cammie. Oddly, she is searching for a mother figure in the prison where her fat... Read More »
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Some kids had tree houses. Some kids had hideouts. I had the Tower of Death.
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Violence: Because the setting is in a prison, there is talk of dark subjects. There are murderers within the jail and at one point a child’s body is discovered (murdered by someone who eventually becomes an inmate). The book also talks about the noose and someone does hang them self.
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