The Heritage Keeper

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In 1830, a girl named Fima is left alone in Africa when her mother goes away to help and visit her grandmother. Fima is left to run her mother’s business and to take care of the shop. But she carries a burden much bigger than her home or her mother’s shop, she carries a prize. If she loses it, she and her family will be given terrible luck and there protection will be lost.

This story is very interesting and I couldn’t put it down. It is a little confusing at first, but as you read it more and more, it gets much less confusing. It is an easy read, but I do not recommend it for kids under sixth grade. It can be a little intense for younger readers. I think it is packed together, meaning that it was a lot for a book that size. The author might have been able to put in more detail. It was interesting but I wanted to hear more about Fima. Over all, I give it a high rating because I think it was nicely written, adventurous, and interesting.

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Author Jacqueline Leigh
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 158 pages
Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date 10-Jan-2016
ISBN 9781523309467
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Issue June 2016
Category Tweens


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