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Bruce Brooks was born in Virginia and began writing fiction at age ten. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1972 and from the University Of Iowa Writer's Workshop in 1980. He has worked as a newspaper reporter, a magazine writer, newsletter editor, movie critic, teacher and lecturer.
Bruce Brooks has twice received the Newbery Honor, first in 1985 for Moves Make the Man, and again in 1992 for What Hearts. He is also the author of Everywhere, Midnight Hour Encores, Asylum for Nightface, Vanishing, and Throwing Smoke. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.
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Very well written sad but detailed. Jerome is an amazing character that you will never get tired of. The endPublished 13 months ago by m.and
The book was not as pictured and I was looking for that specific edition but it did end up working for the class it was intended for.Published 23 months ago by Iesha Thompson
Helpful tool. I use these books in the classroom frequently to teach the key elements of the books we read.Published on February 13, 2012 by glak
Children are taught that they should tell the truth, no matter what. But is that how things really are? There's truth, and there's diplomacy. Read morePublished on July 11, 2007 by Tabitha
The first thing this book has going for it is its narrator. Jerome is bright and witty. He is a black kid in junior high school who lives with his mother and two brothers. Read morePublished on February 12, 2007 by A. Luciano
I was very surprised that a lot of peole thought that this book was bad.I thought that the book was gripping but I guess that is just my oppinion. Read morePublished on November 16, 2006