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In the award-winning, illustrated novel Trampoline, Gipe explores the struggle between doing what is best for the community versus what is better for the individual as 15-year-old Dawn grapples with running away from her hometown towards a better future or staying behind to protest a destructive mining practice and help protect her family, even if they cause her pain.
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