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The book A Bronx Masaquerade provides a literary emotonal, book that ispires us to take a stand, and to look at all the oppertunities life has to offer.
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Posted September 2, 2009
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Posted June 5, 2008
not that great
Tyrone bittings is a Bronx teenager who is strugling to decide rather or not he wants to drop out of school. With the support of his friend ,Wsly Boon, he manages to hang on. What he odsent know is he is about to have many more friends as he gets to know them on Mr.Ward's 'open mike friday'. Kids begin to share their life storys threw poetry and communicating with each other. One at a time they open up and reveal themselfs. This book is emotional and semi-boring with some heart brake (if your that kind of person). I recomend it to people who like sad/depressing storys about kids who will not get anywhere yet think they will
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Posted May 13, 2008
a quik review
Bronx masquerade is a book by Nikki Grimes. The book takes place in the inner city with kids that have lived there with problems. There are 18 kids in the book that do a thing called Open Mike Friday. They read poems in front of the class to shear their poems. This is how they talk about their lives and problems to come. The things I really liked about the book Bronx Masquerade is that the book shows different life styles. It really shows how inner city kids are and the hard times they deal with. The kids show how they got where they are, and all the things that are going on today. The book is a good classroom book to show what life is like in the Bronx. One thing I did not like about this book would be it jumps from character to character. I like to stick to one main character for a book that deals with problems like in this book. A book like this one you only want to read once. If I had to rate this book from 1-10 it would be a 5 because I think it was not that good. That is just my thought you should read it for yourself. You might like it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 1, 2012
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