We really need to read this book very closely, and grow.
Based on the best selling book of the same name, Fist Stick Knife Gun is the true story of a boy growing up in the Bronx, surrounded by gangs and violence.
It was one of those books you could read over and over again and get more and more out of it.
Fantastic, insightful read - the illustrations are also great. I will recommend this book far and wide.Published 7 months ago by Kristin Louise Duncombe
The book came perfect, no scratch, torn pages, and it was a hard cover whih was amazing. There was only a little wear. But it was fine.Published 9 months ago by diana h
I heard about this book on the Freakanomics podcast. It's quite poignant. I highly recommend it to anyone. word wordPublished 12 months ago by Serpico
This is one of the desk books I have ever read. It is inspiring and thought provoking. Canada is an unsung American hero.Published 12 months ago by Wendy Liz
I read the sample from this book, and bought it right away... I used to be a teacher for 8 years, and I have seen first--hand the trials of violence and and the aftermath of the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Wayne Cash
One of the first bios I read in my field of study, and I refer to it often. Canada's narrative is moving, sincere, and an example of how hope can bloom where there was none.Published 14 months ago by Donna Salazar
Recommended by my English composition college teacher and discussed in class, I loved it. Totally recommend it to everybody to find it and read it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Doina Brownell
Fist Stick Knife Gun is a memoir and an analytic look at inner city violence written by Geoffery Canada, the guy who started the Harlem Children's Zone. Read morePublished 19 months ago by P. Walton