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If you find this book interesting, you might also want to watch the Academy Award nominated documentary called STREETWISE (Justin Early) is in it.
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A well written and graphic account of what many children go through.Published 7 days ago by Jose Oliveira
This was a great book it had a good story line and plot. The characters flowed together nicely. It has suspense and a very dramatic tone. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Marie Marksbury
This book, by Justin Early, doesn't disappoint. Both heartbreaking and uplifting. This book includes several love stories, both with friends and lovers. I will read this again.Published 15 days ago by Melodyxmas
Wow! What an incredible journey Justin has been on. Justin has done a fantastic job of overcoming adversity and at times this book was a very emotional read.Published 1 month ago by Shelly McCullough
This book was an eye-opening experience for me. Each word, paragraph and chapter broke my heart for each child. Read morePublished 2 months ago by mary
I read this book intentionally. I looked f forward to each time I found to become a part of the memoir. The individuals in this book were so real. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Irma B.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in the struggles of our youth. Justin tells his story in the most real and raw way.Published 2 months ago