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Author Kidd, Sue.

Title The Secret Life Of Bees / Sue Monk Kidd.

Publication Info. New York : Penguin, 2002.

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Description xii, 302 pages ; 23 cm
Indexed In: Publisher's Weekly.
Summary Fourteen-year-old Lily and her companion, Rosaleen, an African-American woman who has cared from Lily since her mother's death ten years earlier, flee their home after Rosaleen is victimized by racist police officers, and find a safe haven in Tiburon, South Carolina at the home of three beekeeping sisters, May, June, and August. The story takes place in 1964 when racial unrest and civil rights were in high mode in the South.
Audience Adult.
Subject Teenage girls -- South Carolina -- Fiction.
Teenage girls.
South Carolina.
Genre/Form Fiction.
Subject Women -- South Carolina -- Fiction.
Racism -- South Carolina -- Fiction.
Bee culture -- South Carolina -- Fiction.
Bee culture.
United States -- History -- 1961-1969 -- Fiction.
United States.
Chronological Term 1961-1969
Genre/Form History.
Subject Women.
Genre/Form Fiction.
ISBN 0142001740