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Sing in the morning, cry at night

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Almost everyone in town blames eight-year-old Violet Morgan for the death of her sister, Daisy. Owen, the girls' father, cannot cope and turns to drink, practically abandoning his family. Their mother, Grace, falls victim to the powers of grief. Meanwhile, Violet forms an unlikely friendship with Stanley Adamski, a motherless outcast who works in the mines as a breaker boy. When a blizzard hits on 4 September 1914, and Grace goes into premature labour at home, she is forced to rely on Violet while Owen is off being saved' at a Billy Sunday Revival.'
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Grouped Work ID c18fb481-7928-607b-049e-18a3fba908ac
Full title sing in the morning cry at night
Author taylor barbara j
Grouping Category book
Last Update 2018-05-24 23:05:25PM
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display_description In early 20th century Pennsylvania, a few months after her sister's mysterious death, eight-year-old Violet befriends a motherless schoolmate, Stanley, who works as a breaker boy in the mines. Meanwhile, Violet's father and mother find other ways cope with their grief.
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series Sing in the morning cry at night
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subject_facet Children -- Death -- Fiction, Grief -- Fiction, Miners -- Pennsylvania -- Scranton -- Fiction, Sisters -- Fiction
title_display Sing in the morning, cry at night
title_full Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night, Sing in the morning, cry at night / by Barbara J. Taylor
title_short Sing in the morning, cry at night
topic_facet Children, Death, Fiction, Grief, Historical Fiction, Literature, Miners, Sisters