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The subtitle of this book translates as ‘my life’ and that’s exactly what it is. Narrator Manny Hernandez tells the reader the details of his life without leaving out any of the... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Latinxs in Kid Lit
Manny Hernandez is a young man growing up in the projects. His father is an alcoholic who struggles getting and keeping a job, so he relies on his kids to make ends meet. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Red Dragon Rose
Such a great book! I bought it for my english class but now I feel in love with it its a classic i dont ever want to sell it.!Published 9 months ago by Rocio Arellano
read this for a class on adolescent literature and was really impressed with the author's poetic use of metaphor. reminded me of a lot of southern lit.Published 21 months ago by Kindle Customer