Look to the Hills: The Diary of Lozette Moreau, a French Slave Girl is a historical fiction book in Scholastic's Dear America. The book was Patricia McKissack's third book in the series. It was published in April 2004 and was followed by I Walk in Dread.
- "To the Bookies — Alpine, Alvernys, Carmella, Katie, Mary, and Willa"
- "January 5, 1763
"You come when you are called. You stay where you are told....You have no say in your life." I scoffed. Belle was just envious of the freedom I enjoyed. When I accused her of being jealous, Belle looked at me squarely in the face. "You are confused, child," she said. "You are not better off....You must lift your head and look to the hills." "Why look to the Hills?" I asked. "Looking will make you curious about what's on the other side of them...." Lately I've been thinking about Belle, and I want to see what's on the other side of those hills. Is freedom really there?"
- Main article: List of Look to the Hills characters
- Main article: Patricia C. McKissack
Patricia C. McKissack (born August 9, 1944 in Smyrna, Tennessee) is an American children's writer. She is the author of A Picture of Freedom, Color Me Dark, and The Royal Diaries title Nzingha: Warrior Queen of Matamba.