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"Warmly engrossing...Sanders writes with wit and authority in this unusual gem of a love story."
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Clover is a 10-year old black girl from a small town in South Carolina, whose life changes forever when her father dies and she is forced to forge a new relationship with the white stepmother she hardly knows. A beautiful, trenchant story of family lost and found, ...
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"Warmly engrossing...Sanders writes with wit and authority in this unusual gem of a love story."
CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Clover is a 10-year old black girl from a small town in South Carolina, whose life changes forever when her father dies and she is forced to forge a new relationship with the white stepmother she hardly knows. A beautiful, trenchant story of family lost and found, CLOVER is a unque and heartfelt reading experience for all ages.

After her father dies within hours of being married to a white woman, a ten-year-old black girl learns with her new mother to overcome grief and to adjust to a new place in their rural black South Carolina community.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Clover Hill, a shrewd 10-year-old South Carolina orphan, is raised by her stepmother, a white woman frowned upon by Clover's black kinfolk. ``Infusing her first novel with black vernacular as convincing as Alice Walker's, imaginative metaphors that rival Maya Angelou's and humor as delicious as Zora Neale Hurston's, Sanders has created a refreshing new voice,'' said PW. May
Library Journal
Clover is just ten years old when her beloved father dies, leaving her alone in their rural South Carolina town. Alone, that is, with her new white stepmother, who had married Clover's father on the last day of his life. Despite her peculiar ideas on food and other matters, Sara Kate stays on and does her best to be a mother to Clover as both struggle with grief and readjustment. This is a simple tale, simply told, and it clearly portrays Clover's emotional ups and downs. The dialog is often self-conscious and unnatural, and neither of the main characters is as fully developed as one might wish. Nevertheless, this is a very appealing novel that will fit comfortably into the hands of fiction readers, particularly those with a regional interest.-- Ann H. Fisher, Radford P.L., Va.
School Library Journal
Clover, a black 10-year-old who is wise beyond her years, is devastated when her beloved father is killed in an automobile accident shortly after marrying Sara Kate, a white woman. With clear, simple vision, unencumbered by adult emotions and experiences, Clover learns to deal with death, dying, and racial relationships. Readers will appreciate the keen humor and the picture of Southern life related by a child through the customs, cooking, and culture. They will also get a sense of race relations in the 1980s. Those who enjoyed Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird Harper, 1961 and Will Tweedy in Cold Sassy Tree Ticknor & Fields, 1984 will love Clover. In addition, the requirement that students read an American novel by a modern writer can be satisfied by this beautifully executed book. --Carol Clark, R. E. Lee High School, Springfield, VA
Reviews

“Striking . . . Clover, a 10-year-old black girl from a small town in South Carolina, chronicles her bewildering but gradually deepening relationship with her white stepmother following her father’s tragic death only hours after the marriage . . . The author has staked out an impressive new territory here, replete with peach farmers, textile workers, drunks and crazy people, with the newly middle class as well as the terminally poor . . . Clover is very much the genuine item.” —The New York Times Book Review

“Sanders sews these family scenes together like a fine quilt maker, delicately fashioning scenes that include distant relatives and old friends with all their peculiarities and local customs.” —The Washington Post Book World

“A moving portrait of the extended black family in a rural setting. In lean but rich prose, [Sanders’s] characters come to life against a backdrop of peach orchards, roadside produce stands and languid summer afternoons.” —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“Warmly engrossing . . . Sanders writes with wit and authority in this unusual gem of a love story.” —Chicago Tribune

“A gentle, wise, emotionally satisfying winner. The character’s are brought to life seemingly effortlessly.” —The Cleveland Plain Dealer

“Charming . . . Rich in language and character observation . . . Sanders’ achievement lies in the freshness of Clover’s voice and the old-timey eccentricity of her vision.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer

“Reads like a gentle little dream . . . Imaginative metaphors and a refreshing new voice join forces to deliver images that stand with the best visionaries, with equal doses of humor and playful jabs at racial barriers.” —Richmond Times

“The writing is artful and quick.” —The Dallas Morning News

“It won’t take long for Sanders’ perceptive, gently humorous story to grow on readers. Her writing is ripe with metaphor, and she is clearly at home with her characters, their speech and custom.” —The Orlando Sentinel

“The premise is an intriguing one, and the child’s voice is lively and engaging.” —Vogue

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“Striking . . . Clover, a 10-year-old black girl from a small town in South Carolina, chronicles her bewildering but gradually deepening relationship with her white stepmother following her father’s tragic death only hours after the marriage . . . The author has staked out an impressive new territory here, replete with peach farmers, textile workers, drunks and crazy people, with the newly middle class as well as the terminally poor . . . Clover is very much the genuine item.” —The New York Times Book Review

“Sanders sews these family scenes together like a fine quilt maker, delicately fashioning scenes that include distant relatives and old friends with all their peculiarities and local customs.” —The Washington Post Book World

“A moving portrait of the extended black family in a rural setting. In lean but rich prose, [Sanders’s] characters come to life against a backdrop of peach orchards, roadside produce stands and languid summer afternoons.” —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“Warmly engrossing . . . Sanders writes with wit and authority in this unusual gem of a love story.” —Chicago Tribune

“A gentle, wise, emotionally satisfying winner. The character’s are brought to life seemingly effortlessly.” —The Cleveland Plain Dealer

“Charming . . . Rich in language and character observation . . . Sanders’ achievement lies in the freshness of Clover’s voice and the old-timey eccentricity of her vision.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer

“Reads like a gentle little dream . . . Imaginative metaphors and a refreshing new voice join forces to deliver images that stand with the best visionaries, with equal doses of humor and playful jabs at racial barriers.” —Richmond Times

“The writing is artful and quick.” —The Dallas Morning News

“It won’t take long for Sanders’ perceptive, gently humorous story to grow on readers. Her writing is ripe with metaphor, and she is clearly at home with her characters, their speech and custom.” —The Orlando Sentinel

“The premise is an intriguing one, and the child’s voice is lively and engaging.” —Vogue

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780945575269
  • Publisher: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
  • Publication date: 1/3/1990
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 194
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 7.32 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Dori Sanders was born in York County, South Carolina. Her father’s farm, where her family still raises Georgia Belle and Alberta peaches, is one of the oldest black-owned farms in York County. In the growing season she farms the family land, cultivating peaches, watermelons, and vegetables, and helps staff Sanders’ Peach Shed, her family’s farmstand. Clover, her first novel, was followed by the novel Her Own Place and a cookbook, Dori Sanders’ Country Cooking. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 1999

    Spectacular

    This book is one of the best that I've read so far. It will help you to understand what it's like to live with a white when your black or the other way around. Clover is a wonderful novel that is an easy-to-read book. If you don't read the book Clover, then you'll never know what you're missing out on.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2005

    Wonderful Book

    I loved this book. It is a beautiful and sometimes sad story about an African American girl and her White mother. Sanders writes about relationship issues in a subtle, not in your face, way. I love Sanders' down to earth style, and, after talking with her at a book signing, found her to be a truly delightful and friendly person. I would recommend any of her books.

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2014

    Will not read

    I am not going to buy this book. I cannot judge the potential of this book because of all the inappropriate remarks from others which have nothing to do with this book. Why can't you have someone monitor these disgusting remarks and delete them.

    5 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2014

    Windy's bio

    Name: Windstorm (Windy)------ age: 5----- look: elegant Saddlebred mare with refined looks, and a light chestnut coat. She has a star and a long slender neck that is lifted high. She has a long tail and lifts her legs high, for she is a showhorse. Rider: none yet------ personality: smart and kind, lovrs people and horses, great in the show ring.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2014

    Team Clove

    Team Base here! -Kaitee

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2014

    Cora's Bio

    Gender: &female
    <p>
    Species: Human
    <p>
    Appearance: native american, really dark dark dark brown chest long hair, chocolate skin, usually wears a grey pair of hiking boots that are really hard in the front, brown chaps, skinny jeans (not because she cares what she looks like but because its goo when riding to not have pants that move.), t-shirts usually one color, her hair she usually wears in two braids, open, or french braid style over the shoulder if she is going to ride if not or without a helmet she has them open, in a bun, or in a ponytail.
    <p>
    Personality: She hates make-up and dresses, but does sometimes mess with her hair, usually when she is nervous you will see her playing around with her hair. She is rather sarcastic once you get to know her but can be shy when you first meet. She loves animals (sometimes more than humans) especially horses. She is still waiting for her mount.
    <p>
    Riding: everything and nothing, she takes the things in riding that dont hurt the horse, so she mixes them, but she does know how to focus on one thing. She doesn't use a whip or spores (? I ride in german so I don't know everything) and tends not to use a bit.
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    Mount: waiting though likes King.
    <p>
    Crush: no it comes when it comes
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    Her rper lives in Switzerland so she has six hours time differnce. So she might not be on in the afternoon.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2014

    Thorn's Biography

    Name: Thorn <p> Gender: &female (Mare) <p> Apperance: Golden Brown with a Dark Brown mane & tail, Amber eyes <p> Mate: Nalari (Missing?...) <p> Foal: Storm <p> Other: Only had one Rider...Before, she was wild. She was only close to Nalari, she never wants to be close again, afraid of loosing them. <p> &#1046 <p> Storm: Almost the exact copy of her father, a pure black mare with blue eyes. Will grow up to be a very fast race horse.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2014

    Kate and Basil Bios

    Name Kate Gender Female Description Candy Brown Hair with sharp green eyes. She usaly wears a short sleeved plaid shirt and jean shorts. Basil Tall sharp black arab with blue eyes

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2014

    Colton, Dolly, & King's Bios

    NAME|| Colton Staimer ((pronounced Stay-mer))<br>
    AGE|| 17<BR>
    GENDER|| &male <p>
    LOOKS|| Pretty tall, standing at 6'2, and tanned from daily farmwork. Messy sand colored blond hair and mischevious green eyes<br>
    CRUSH|| Currently, no<br>
    STATUS|| Single<br>
    MOUNT|| Dolly<br>
    SPECIES|| Human<br>
    PERSONA|| Clever and snarky, loves getting into mischief. Colton is very embara<c>ssed about his height though<br>
    RIDING STYLE|| Western<br>
    ATTIRE|| A plain colored tee-shirt, blue jeans, and tan cowboy boots. Plus an off white cowboy hat<br>
    FRIENDS|| Maya<p>
    NAME~~ Dolly<br>
    AGE~~ 4<BR>
    GENDER~~ Mare/&female <br>
    LOOKS~~ Metallic chestnut with four short white socks and a crooked white blaze on her face. Her eyes are standard brown<br>
    BREED~~ Karabakh ((pronounced Kar-a-bak))<br>
    CRUSH~~ She likes being with Captain.... If that's considered a crush.....<br>
    FOALS~~ No, she'd probably annoy them to death<br>
    RIDER~~ Colton<br>
    RIDING STYLE~~ Western<br>
    PERSONA~~ Her inappropriate behavior is from Colton, as she pays a lot of attention to his actions, often copying them<br>
    STRONG SUITS~~ Excellent roper. Not very good at jumping or barrel racing though<p>
    NAME: King<br>
    AGE: 3<BR>
    GENDER: &male <br>
    LOOKS: A pale gray Lipizzaner stallion with two white socks and white mane and tail. His eyes are calm brown<br>
    CRUSH: none<br>
    FOALS: None<br>
    RIDER: Though he belongs to Colton, he has no rider<br>
    RIDING STYLE: Mostly English<br>
    PERSONA: Very proud and confident<br>
    STRONG SUITS: Excellent Dressage horse

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2014

    Azulas' bio

    Name: Azula --+-- Age: 3 --+-- Personality: Very kind and sweet, but is very protective of friends or family. She can be shy on occasion but other then that is very loud and outgoing. She is also very stubborn and funny. --+-- Description: A dark brown/ dark reddish brown mare with white stockings and splotches on her back, side, legs, muzzle with white diamond on her forehead. She has brown glimmering eyes and a black mane/tail --+-- Likes: Swimming, apples, grazing, and mainly just having fun. --+-- Rider: None --+-- Style: Jumping mostly. She can do/try anything else --+-- Mate: Nope --+-- Crush: Yep.....:) --+-- Foals/Colts: None --+-- Anything else just askkkkkkkk:)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2014

    Maya and Captain's Bio

    Name: Maya (She's a human) <br>
    Gender: Female <br>
    Age: 16 <br>
    Looks: She has wavy honey-blonde hair that goes down to her chest, and dark blue eyes. She'a 5'6", and is usually seen wearing jeans and a button-up plaid shirt and riding boots or cowboy(girl?) boots. <br>
    Personality: Meet her, she's nice usually. Just don't mess with her horse. <br>
    Status: Single <br>
    Other: Her horse is Captain and she rides both English and Western. <p>
    Name: Captain's Dismay, most commonly known as Captain <br>
    Gender: Male/Stallion <br>
    Age: 3 almost 4 years old <br>
    Looks: Captain is a blue roan thoroughbred, about the nomal size of any thoroughbred. He uses both western and english techniques. <br>
    Personality: Captain is very playful, and he is protective of Maya, but if he likes you, or any horse, he's very open and friendly. <br>
    Crush: Nope <br>
    Mate: Nope <br>
    Foals: Nope <br>
    Other: He has been with Maya since he was just a colt, so they are very close.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2014

    Jake's Bio

    Name:Jake•
    Horse:Dapple•
    Looks:Tall tan and well musculed. Black hair and green eyes. Often wears a white cowboy hat. Jeans and a white t-shirt•

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2014

    Dapple, Lucy and Blake's bio!

    Dapple: An ex-racehorse who is grey with lighter spots and blue eyes. She is part thouroghbred part Icelandic and is extremely gentle. She rides both western and english and her rider is Jake. <p>
    Lucy: A brunette who loves horses. She has a silver neclace of a horse head that stands out against her tan skin. She usually wears a plaid shirt and jean shorts. Her horse is Blake. <p>
    Blake: A thourobred that is a reddish brown with brown eyes and an interupted stripe. His rider is Lucy. Go meet him and Dapple in the paddock!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2014

    Ella's bio

    (Shes a human)
    <p>
    Has no horse but would like one
    <p>
    Age:13
    <p>
    Anything else ask!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2014

    Winters bio

    ((Name winter.)) ((Age 4)) (( appearance black with white socks and white spot on forehead. Black mane and tail.)) ((Rider none yet))

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2014

    Emily's Bio

    Name: Emily Grace Hawthorne
    <p>
    Age: about 16
    <p>
    Looks: She has light blue eyes, and a playful sprinkle of freckles on her nose. She has a slim, dancer's figure.
    <p>
    Dress Type: she usually wears a tee shirt, along with American Eagle skinny jeans, and a pair of light blue lace up riding boots. Her hair is usually put up in a messy but still cute bun, and her bangs are held back by an Under Armor headband.
    <p>
    Personality: funny, sweet, smart and caring.
    <p>
    Horse: none, yet.
    <p>
    Crush: maybe.. :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2014

    Nobleheart & Co's Bios

    Nobleheart ||
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    4 years ||
    <br>
    &male / Stallion ||
    <br>
    A jet black roan with same-color mane and tail. He has a set of white stockings to the knees, a splash of white on the muzzle, and a white blaze down the face with liquid indigo eyes. ||
    <br>
    He is crushing.... on Azula... ||
    <p>
    Prymoa ||
    <br>
    3 years ||
    <br>
    &female / Mare
    <br>
    A cream-colored buckskin with a black mane and tail. Sh has a whte star on her forehead, a set of whit legs, and a splash of white on the muzzle. Her eyes are deep brown. ||
    <br>
    Nobleheart's younger sister ||
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    Erm... crush...? ||
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    Cata McClen ||
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    18 years ||
    <br>
    &female ||
    <br>
    Chest-length nutmeg brown hair, usually worn in a shoulder ponytail. Her skin is scarred and tan from hard work and accidents; her eyes are a sharp mint green and she has dimples when she smiles. She is short in stature, standing at 5'3" tall with a moderate weight. Her ears aren't pierced and she hates makeup. She prefers to wear t-shirts and bootcut jeans, always seen in a pair of boots. In cold weather, she wears a thick tan work jacket. She has a black cowboy hat, a present from her deceased dad that she recieved on her 14th birthday. ||
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    Meh. Her love is for horses. ||
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    She is a former jockey. ||

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2014

    Cloud

    Cloud || 3 years || Mare || Chestnut brown horse with white diamond mark on forhead and white spots on her back. She has grey eyes and Black mane and tail || Crush: Never know ||

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2014

    Flight & Domino

    A dog and cat sat in a corner. Flight licked Domino. They wished for a home.

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