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Waiting for Sheila

appointed to be observed December 18, 1745

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        StatementMethuen
        PublishersMethuen
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1980
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 115 p. :
        Number of Pages76
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100416005713
        Series
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Tengo devours these books and they begin to open his eyes to some of the inequalities taking place right before his eyes. Tengo's mother is afraid to send him away to school because her older child died shortly after leaving the farm to attend classes.

However, Tengo's mother manages to convince a sister to ask her employer for some old schoolbooks. And I was never socialized much with other animals, so my behavior is sort of unpredictable in that regard. In fact, Tengo discovers that his old friend Frikkie and his uncle misunderstand the history of their own country, allowing them to continue discriminating against Tengo and members of his race.