Dancing with Elvis

Dancing with Elvis It s 1956, and ever since she and her mother rescued Angel Musseldorf from her abusive parents, Frankilee Baxter has been miserable In addition to being pretty, popular, and talented than Frankilee, Angel moves in, steals Frankilee s clothing, and begins dating the boy Frankilee likes At the same time, Frankilee s community is struggling with the issue of school integration.What keeps Frankilee going is her fantasy about Elvis Presley rescuing her from life in Clover, Texas But this restless teenager is a realist and doesn t wait around for things to get worse She devises a plan to get rid of Angel, begins a local Elvis fan club, and works to promote integration What Frankilee doesn t bargain for is becoming involved in a burglary, an elaborate kidnapping scheme, and a shooting.With humor and heart, Dancing with Elvis tells of one young woman s coming of age in the South during a time of change in America s history. Read Dancing with Elvis by Lynda Stephenson – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 323 pages
  • Dancing with Elvis
  • Lynda Stephenson
  • English
  • 07 November 2017
  • 0802853005

10 thoughts on “Dancing with Elvis

  1. Karimah says:

    i loved this book

  2. Lauren says:

    This could ve been a much better story, I was a little surprised at the end though I wasn t too fond of either character to be honest, they where both brats and Frankilee kept whining the whole book I don t know if this was a deliberate mistake or not but when she talks about the movie Singin in the Rain she says Fred Arstaire is in the movie, that is wrong, it was Gene Kelley This author obviously had a very good story ready to be told, but this wasn t what it turned out to be I thought This could ve been a much better...

  3. P. says:

    Frankilee is gutsy right up until the point where she really needs to be, and then she chickens out There are at least 2 huge examples of this in the story She made me very frustrated.However I liked the way that Stephenson presented characters that didn t magically come around to approving of integration just because people spoke out about it a realistic portrayal of obstinacy begat by tradition And the hypocrisy of just wanting integration so that the white school s football team could fi Frankilee is gutsy right up until the point where she really needs to be, and then she chickens out There are at least 2 huge examples of this in the story She made m...

  4. Joyce says:

    liked Frankilee s voice naivete, and laughed out loud at some of her descriptions opinions enjoyed seeing a slice of small town Texas ca 1954 especially impressed with black house help s perspective on integration white boys is MEAN to black boys , and moved by the Negro community s ...

  5. Emma Murzic says:

    Dancing with Elvis was a funny fast read The main character Frankielee has been an only child for 17 years and now she is forced to put up with a overly talented Angle Mussledorf, who Frankielee and he...

  6. Virginia says:

    I think it was a very good book It was hard to put down I think the author does a good job at describing the time period and brings up the social challenges that were present during that time period It made me laugh too I would recommend it.

  7. Amanda says:

    What I liked about this novel was the period it was set I enjoyed it simply for the snap shot of the time frame The story was good, not terrible or anything, but it wasn t something I m likely to re read either.

  8. Emma Bottom says:

    I loved this book It was sooo good But there was a LOT of cussing and a few things weren t really apropiete for my age A rally good book though

  9. Maureen Miller says:

    Although a Young Adult book, I really had a good time reading it Four stars may be a bit high but fast, easy, fun feels good to be young again.

  10. Donna says:

    I loved this story The heroine, Frankilee, is such a funny, loveable character She was REAL The plot was very original and has a very interesting twist.

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