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Ready & ABLE Teens: Ebony's Bad Habit
     

Ready & ABLE Teens: Ebony's Bad Habit

by A'ndrea J. Wilson
 
Has a good girl gone bad or is it just a classic case of opposites attract?

Ebony Pearson has not had an easy life. After her mother dies from AIDS, Ebony is forced to leave her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia and move to Rochester, New York to live with her aging grandmother. Being a survivor, she quickly takes on a part-time job and becomes like a mother to

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Has a good girl gone bad or is it just a classic case of opposites attract?

Ebony Pearson has not had an easy life. After her mother dies from AIDS, Ebony is forced to leave her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia and move to Rochester, New York to live with her aging grandmother. Being a survivor, she quickly takes on a part-time job and becomes like a mother to her younger sister Kayla. Determined to make something positive out of her life, Ebony joins ABLE (Adolescent Black Leaders & Entrepreneurs), vowing to keep her grades up and her nose clean . . . that is until she meets Jaylen Tisdale.

Jaylen is cute, fun, has a nice car, and is seemingly supportive; however, the word on the street is that he is nothing but trouble. Ebony's best friend Fawn is certain that Jaylen is bad news and is willing to sacrifice everything to protect Ebony, including their friendship. In the midst of school, work, problems at home, an upcoming talent show, a budding relationship, and a dying friendship, Ebony just wants to escape . . . and thinks she might have found the perfect way to do so.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013906136
Publisher:
Divine Garden Press
Publication date:
02/29/2012
Series:
Ready & ABLE Teens , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
146
File size:
59 KB

Meet the Author

A�ndrea J. Wilson, Ph.D. is the author of both fiction and nonfiction books, including the novel, Wife 101, and the young adult series, Ready & ABLE Teens. She holds a Bachelor�s of Science in Psychology, a Master�s of Science in Counseling Psychology; Marriage and Family Therapy, and a Doctorate in Global Leadership; Educational Leadership. A�ndrea works as a college professor, as well as conducts workshops on a variety of personal and professional topics. Dr. Wilson is the Founder and President of Divine Garden Press, a publishing company that specializes in fiction and nonfiction books addressing marriage and family issues. She is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and is frequently involved in community service activities. A native of Rochester, New York, she currently resides in Georgia. Please visit her online at www.andreawilsononline.com or email her at .

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