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Posted December 6, 2011
A LESSON LEARNED
I WILL RECOMMEND THIS BOOK TO ANY ONE TO READ BUT MOST OF ALL I WHOULD RECOMMEND A TEENAGE GIRL TO READ IT BECAUSE WE ARE ALWAYS FINDING OUR SELVES GETTING CAUGHT WITH A BOY OR TALKING TO A BOY AND PARENTS DO NOT ALLOW THAT. I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT TEACH YOU HOW TO DEAL WITH BOY PROBLEMS WITH YOUR MOM AND OUR PARENTS ALL WAYS FIND THEIR WAY TOO MAKE US GO AWAY TO A FAMILY MEMBERS OR WE GET ON PUNISHMENT. THIS BOOK TAUGHT ME HOW TO DEAL WITH MANY SITUATIONS IN LIFE . I WANT YOU ALL TO KNOW THAT PARENTS IS ALL WAYS RIGHT.THANKS MR. DOHERTY I WHOULD NOT HAVE WRITTEN THIS WITHOUT YOUHOPE YOU GUYS LOVE MY REVIEWMARQUITA BEECHAM.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 2, 2010
Reviewed by Kira M for TeensReadToo.com
Life in a Puerto Rican barrio has its ups and downs. The community is close-knit, but the money is scarce.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
With bad influences in the forms of peers, pressure from boyfriends, and the loss of friends, things can get difficult. Each teen has their own way of dealing with things - and this is a book of their stories.
An eye-opening collection of short stories that doesn't put rose-colored glasses on the reality of at-risk teenagers. The stories are believable and touching, the teens in the book are easy to relate to, and the author does a great job of painting the small-town barrio.
Readers who like realistic fiction and books with stories told by teens will enjoy reading this book.