A few weeks later a man with a camera shows up. It is the famous reformer Lewis Hine, undercover, collecting evidence for the Child Labor Board. Grace's brief acquaintance with Hine and the photos he takes of her are a gift that changes her sense of herself, her future, and her family's future.
"Much information on early photography and the workings of the textile mills is conveyed, and history and fiction are woven seamlessly together in this beautifully written novel. Listeners won't soon forget Grace." (School Library Journal)
My daughter loved it.
I got this for my daughter, who just turned 11. It is her favorite audiobook so far.
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Great book and the music adds a great effect! The reader is great! I love hearing a human talk over a robot! Highly recommend this book