This is a great book but it is useless as a college textbook because it does not have "real" page numbers--a student has no way to create citations.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is an amazing book. The author sugar-coats nothing - not the people he's writing about, not the mechanisms created to deal with homelessness, not the almost inevitable long... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Susan Hill
Jonathan always delivers the most cruel realities in a respectful and sensitive manner.Published 2 months ago by Amazing Grace
we should all read this book to have a better sense of why some of our brothers and sisters are homeless.Published 3 months ago by Andrea Galipeau
A valuable book. It will alarm, depress, and inform you. It's dated, obviously, but still relevant.Published 8 months ago by Newman
The only reason I bought this book was for a class requirement, otherwise I would never of even acknowledged it's existence. terrible book.Published 9 months ago by Corey
I had to read this for a class and found it interesting and insightful. Book was well written but I wouldn't read it if it wasn't for a class.Published 17 months ago by Afton and Mark S.
Rachel and Her Children was published in 1988 and based on events around Christmas 1985 when Jonathan Kozol decided to take a look at the Martinique Hotel where 3 floors were... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Lynn Ellingwood