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An Eye-Opening Story of Poverty in America…Heartland by Sarah Smarsh

My Review: It is possible that I have overdosed on stories about indigence and the cultural divide, so for me, Sarah Smarsh’s message was strong yet her story felt repetitive. ¬†Smarsh tells us about her family and how their extreme … Continue reading

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Green by Sam Graham-Felsen

My Review: It is the 1990s and Dave, son of Harvard educated hippies, is one of only a few white kids in his Boston middle school. ¬†Having a difficult time connecting with the other students, he becomes drawn to Marlon, … Continue reading

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