The Future
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Biblioasis International Translation Series, 2024.
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9781771966047
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9h 58m 0s
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eAudiobook
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English

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Catherine Leroux., Catherine Leroux|AUTHOR., & Karie Richards|READER. (2024). The Future . Biblioasis International Translation Series.

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Catherine Leroux, Catherine Leroux|AUTHOR and Karie Richards|READER. 2024. The Future. Biblioasis International Translation Series.

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Catherine Leroux, Catherine Leroux|AUTHOR and Karie Richards|READER. The Future Biblioasis International Translation Series, 2024.

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	In an alternate history in which the French never surrendered Detroit, children protect their own kingdom in the trees.		
	In an alternate history of Detroit, the Motor City was never surrendered to the US. Its residents deal with pollution, poverty, and the legacy of racism-and strange and magical things are happening: children rule over their own kingdom in the trees and burned houses regenerate themselves. When Gloria arrives looking for answers and her missing granddaughters, at first she finds only a hungry mouse in the derelict home where her daughter was murdered. But the neighbours take pity on her and she turns to their resilience and impressive gardens for sustenance.		
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