Gr 7 Up A compelling portrait of Desmond Tutu's growing up under apartheid. As a child, Tutu questioned the unfair treatment of blacks, but even as that questioning evolved into action, Tutu's style remained that of negotiator. Bentley's writing style is clear, unprejudiced, and defines complex political situations in language understandable to young readers. Well illustrated with black-and-white photographs and including a chronology of events, this biography should be well received by students needing research information on Tutu or simply for reading pleasure. Sylvia V. Meisner, Allen Middle School, Greensboro, N.C.