An orphaned boy in contemporary Senegal must decide between doing what is right and what is easy as he struggles to keep a promise he made to his dying father in this captivating debut novel laced with magical realism.Eleven-year-old Mor was used to hearing his father’s voice, even if no one else could since his father’s death. It was comforting. It was also a reminder that Mor had made a promise ...
Age Range: 8 - 12 years
Grade Level: 3 - 7
Lexile Measure: 0760
Hardcover: 448 pages
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers (June 6, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.4 x 8.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 620634
Format: PDF ePub Text djvu book
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Newly orphaned Mor struggles to protect and support his family (his two younger sisters) in his home in Senegal. While his aunt wants to bring them to the city and separate them (sending Mor to a religious school and his sister out to service), Mor i...
er before he passed: keep your sisters safe. Keep the family together. But almost as soon as they are orphaned, that promise seems impossible to keep. With an aunt from the big city ready to separate him and his sisters as soon as she arrives, and a gang of boys from a nearby village wanting everything he has—including his spirit—Mor is tested in ways he never imagined. With only the hot summer months to prove himself, Mor must face a choice. Does he listen to his father and keep his heart true, but risk breaking his promise through failure? Or is it easier to just join the Danka Boys, whom in all their maliciousness are at least loyal to their own?One Shadow on the Wall is about love and loss, family and friendship, and creating your own future—even if it’s hard to do.