Julie's Summer Social Sensitivity

Crystal Thrasher
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Julie's Summer is about people suffering poverty because of the economic depression of the 1930s. Thrasher respects the dignity of her characters, showing how people can maintain their dignity, respect the privacy and rights of others, and still support their neighbors and friends in their times of need.

People today have the same needs.

Julie's Summer can be a positive force for young adult readers to help them develop sensitivity in their own relationships with others. Further, Julie's determination to better herself through education sets a meaningful example for others.

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