The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek - Kim Michele Richardson - A Short Summary & Review

A short summary of The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek:

A blue tale about the poverty and trials of a pack librarian in Eastern Kentucky.

My favorite Kim Michele Richardson quote from the book:

Those that can't see past a folk's skin color have a hard difference in them. There's a fire in that difference.

Questions to ponder while reading the book:

How much do books matter?

Can you accept the differences of others?

My review of The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek:

A new take on an old hate.

The poverty of the area broke my heart.

Heart-wrenching, informative, and difficult to put down.


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