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Dig Too Deep
by Amy Allgeyer




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Winner:
2017 Green Earth Book Award, Young Adult Fiction
2017 Sigurd F. Olson Nature Writing Award (SONWA), Young Adult Notable Book

With her mother facing prison time for a violent political protest, seventeen-year-old Liberty Briscoe has no choice but to leave her Washington, DC, apartment and take a bus to Ebbottsville, Kentucky, to live with her granny. There she can at least finish high school and put some distance between herself and her motheror her former mother, as she calls her. But Ebbottsville isn't the same as Liberty remembers, and it's not just because the top of Tanner's Peak has been blown away to mine for coal. Half the county is out of work, an awful lot of people in town seem to be sick, and the tap water is bright orangethe same water that officials claim is safe. And when Granny's lingering cold turns out to be something much worse, Liberty wonders if somebody at the mine is hiding the truth about the water. She starts to investigate and is soon plunged into a world of secrets, lies, threats, and danger. Her searches for answers and justice lead to even tougher questionsshould she turn to violence and end up like her mother? Give up her quest for the sake of keeping the peace? Or keep fighting until the mine is shut down for good?

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Overview

Winner:
2017 Green Earth Book Award, Young Adult Fiction
2017 Sigurd F. Olson Nature Writing Award (SONWA), Young Adult Notable Book

With her mother facing prison time for a violent political protest, seventeen-year-old Liberty Briscoe has no choice but to leave her Washington, DC, apartment and take a bus to Ebbottsville, Kentucky, to live with her granny. There she can at least finish high school and put some distance between herself and her motheror her former mother, as she calls her. But Ebbottsville isn't the same as Liberty remembers, and it's not just because the top of Tanner's Peak has been blown away to mine for coal. Half the county is out of work, an awful lot of people in town seem to be sick, and the tap water is bright orangethe same water that officials claim is safe. And when Granny's lingering cold turns out to be something much worse, Liberty wonders if somebody at the mine is hiding the truth about the water. She starts to investigate and is soon plunged into a world of secrets, lies, threats, and danger. Her searches for answers and justice lead to even tougher questionsshould she turn to violence and end up like her mother? Give up her quest for the sake of keeping the peace? Or keep fighting until the mine is shut down for good?


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  • ISBN-13: 9780807515808
  • ISBN-10: 0807515809
  • Publisher: Aw Teen
  • Publish Date: April 2016
  • Page Count: 272
  • Reading Level: Ages 13-18
  • Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.6 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds


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