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Anyla and the CuLangBiz Kids Tyeasha Stennis
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781633180208
MR. WRONG AND THE RATS-RELOADED- "Sweet Ray, Sonya, Shuntay & Tina" Time Will Reveal short story 2 Author Black Coffee
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ISBN: 9780984470167
MR. WRONG AND THE RATS-RELOADED "Sweet Ray, Sonya, Shuntay & Tina" Time Will Reveal short story #2 88 pages ============ Have you ever met a person and from the onset, you knew there was something absolutely wrong with them? According to Ebony Brown’s first assessment of Raymond White, he was one such person. And his hood rat trustees, Shuntay, Sonya and Tina, she was convinced had the self esteem of a rice cake. Truth is, some folks are ruined before they’re even old enough to take responsibility for themselves. So when they view their own lives as f*cked up, they can’t find worth in the lives of others either. That was Raymond White. Not only did his mother deem him a was ...
Red Sky John Olin
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ISBN: 9781620309995
In the conclusion of the trilogy, Professor Beal sends Davy, now a high school senior, to East Africa to find a small tribe of mountain people, the Te’uk, whom he had contacted and studied as a young man. Davy is caught up in the fate of a boy his age, Lokole, who has suffered deep trauma. Davy and Lokole travel through the fictional country of Burando, witnesses to genocide, arms trading, and the smuggling of blood minerals from Conga. This is the third book of the Adventures of Davy Match, preceeded by 'Babaru of the South Seas' and 'The Chocolate Dam'.
The Chocolate Dam John Olin
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ISBN: 9781620309988
In the second Adventure of Davy Match, Davy, now sixteen, is invited by Professor Beal to join an archeological dig in Anatolia. The professor gets into a jam with a rare letter on archeology he’s “borrowed” from the British Museum, and Davy is sent off to Kurdistan to lay low, with this letter— written by the hand of Benjamin Franklin. On a mountaintop, by the enormous head of an ancient God-King, he meets Gül, a mysterious Kurdish girl, who instructs him to go to the town of Hasankeyf on the River Tigris, a town doomed to be flooded by the construction of a hydro dam. Gül challenges him to help her find the grave of her missing brother, a Kurdish fighter.