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The Road to Paris
By Nikki Grimes "Home is a painful word to spell. Paris has been sent from one mean foster family to another, never feeling welcome, never fitting in. Having her brother by her side made it tolerable, but now the system has ripped them apart. When Paris moves in with the Lincolns, she expects the worst. This family is different, though. With daily acts of love and inclusion, the Lincolns slowly earn her trust and worm their way into her heart. She misses her brother, of course. And as a biracial girl in a predominantly white town, there are constant reminders of her outsider status. Still, maybe, just maybe, Paris has finally found a place she can call home. But the minute this possibility seems within reach, Paris is asked to make a difficult decision about where she truly belongs." © 2006 Paperback 153 pages


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We Beat the Street: How A Friendship Pact Led to Success
By Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt, with Sharon M. Draper "Growing up in street-tough Newark, New Jersey, was not an easy experience. They were all smart and they all had loving families, but every day they had to struggle against peer pressure, gang violence, rampant drug use, and the challenges of being young and black." © 2005 Paperback 194 pages


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The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman
By Ernest J. Gaines "Miss Jane Pittman is one of the most unforgettable heroines in American fiction, a woman whose life has come to symbolize the struggle for freedom, dignity and justice. Ernest J. Gaines's now-classic novel -- written as an autobiography -- spans one hundred years of Miss Jane's remarkable life, from her childhood as a slave on a Louisiana plantation to the Civil Rights era of the 1960's. It is a story of courage and survival, history, bigotry, and hope -- as seen through the eyes of a woman who lived through it all. A historical tour de force, a triumph of fiction, Miss Jane's eloquent narrative brings to life an important story of race in America -- and stands as a landmark work of our time." © 1971 paperback 259 pages


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Some Friend
By Marie Bradby "Finding a friend isn't easy. Especially when there aren't many kids age eleven in your neighborhood. Being a friend is even harder. In Pearl's neighborhood Lenore is everyone's friend of choice. She has her hair straightened and curled at a real beauty shop, her own pink phone, and a canopy bed. The most Pearl hopes for is to be included as one of Lenore's followers. "Then outcast Artemesia comes into Pearl's life. Artemesia is everything Pearl dreams of being -- a dancer and an artist. But when Lenore makes it clear she can't stand Artemesia, Pearl does the worst thing possible. And she still hasn't got a friend. " Or has she?" © 2004 Paperback 245 pages


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Fast Sam, Cool Clyde, and Stuff
By Walter Dean Myers "When Francis (shortly to be known as Stuff) moved to 116th Street, he didn't know anyone, but that didn't last long. Cool Clyde, Fast Sam, Gloria, BB, Angel and Maria, Chalky and Carnation Charley - they grew close that one eventful year, and nothing was ever like it again. That was the year that modern science got them all in jail; the year Stuff fell in love and was unfaithful; the year Cool Clyde and Fast Sam won the dance contest - almost. "In this funny and energetic book, Walter Dean Myers brings to life with warmth and good humor an unusual group of boys and girls, who together grow to know the meaning of friendship." © 1988 paperback 190 pages


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