As Fast As Words Could Fly
Mason Steele is proud of his father's work with a civil rights group and writes handwritten notes about his father's work. He is very excited when his father comes home with a typewriter for him, which he quickly learns to use. Mason puts his new skill to good use when he is sent to an all-white school as part of victory in a desegregation lawsuit. Then Mason finds a way to really make a difference.
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