Audrey White's Little Audrey

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Little Audrey
As life beats us down, we’re always wishing for something more. In the novel “Little Audrey” you learn about the difficult childhood of Audrey White, and how she had always wished for greater things to come to her and her family. Audrey is a young girl, who has to endure several tough encounters involving bullies, siblings, health issues, family problems, being poor, and even death. We get a glimpse of all of these topics and more in this beautiful, tear jerking story.
My favorite aspect about this book is how well it emotionally connects with the reader; you can truly feel the main characters happiness, sorrow, and heartache throughout the story. The story takes place during the great depression in rural Virginia. Right at the

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