Let the Circle Be Unbroken follows the lives of the Logans, a black family living in the Jim Crow-era south. Their oldest son, Stacey, struggles with growing into a man in a world where black boys like himself are wrongfully accused of crimes by the authorities. Suzella, his cousin, deals with additional difficulties because of her mixed-race and her ability to pass for white. The experiences of the Logan family as portrayed in this award winning children’s novel highlight themes of perseverance, racism, and the importance of family.

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