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- ISBN: 1415961255 :
- ISBN: 9781415961254 :
- ISBN: 9780143144182
15 sound discs (ca. 73 min. each) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Library ed.
- Publisher: Westminster, Md. : Books on Tape, p2009.
|General Note:||Compact discs.
|Participant or Performer Note:||Read by Octavia Spencer, Bahni Turpin and Jenna Lamia.|
|Summary, etc.:||In Jackson, Mississippi, in 1962, there are lines that are not crossed. But, suddenly, three women, Aibileen, Minny, and Skeeter, realize that they are suffocating within the lines. Aibileen is a black maid, raising her seventeenth white child. Her best friend, Minny, is the sassiest woman in Mississippi. And Skeeter Phelan is just back from college, a white woman with a degree but, to her mother's chagrin, no ring on her finger. With the civil rights movement exploding all around them, these women start a movement of their own, forever changing a town and the lives of the women in it.|
Kathryn Stockett was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. After graduating from the University of Alabama with a degree in English and Creative Writing, she moved to New York City where she worked in magazine publishing and marketing for nine years. She currently lives in Atlanta with her husband and daughter. This is her first novel.
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|Subject:||Civil rights movements Fiction
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