The Minstrel's Melody by Eleanora E. Tate

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The Minstrel's Melody

'“[A] determined, likable protagonist. Tate creates a strong sense of community, both in Orphelia’s hometown and among the members of the minstrel troupe. Historical elements, such as the use of blackface in theater, are woven almost seamlessly into the narrative. . . . A good read for any fan of historical fiction.” —School Library Journal “Tate spins an enjoyable story that effectively portrays both the trials of a musically gifted child and the difficulties faced by African Americans in a largely segregated society. . . . A smooth weave of entertainment and information.” —Booklist'
'“[A] determined, likable protagonist. Tate creates a strong sense of community, both in Orphelia’s hometown and among the members of the minstrel troupe. Historical elements, such as the use of blackface in theater, are woven almost seamlessly into the narrative. . . . A good read for any fan of historical fiction.” —School Library Journal “Tate spins an enjoyable story that effectively portrays both the trials of a musically gifted child and the difficulties faced by African Americans in a largely segregated society. . . . A smooth weave of entertainment and information.” —Booklist'
Publisher: Open Road Media Teen & Tween ISBN: 9781497646612 Pages: 167