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We Could Be Brothers Hardcover – November 1, 2010
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However, the messages (about self-motivation, school, friendship, and coming of age) are relevant and timely. Despite these weaknesses, the majority of middle-grade students will still find themselves engrossed in the action. Though this reviewer wishes African-American boys could find novels that provided not just a (cliché) call to brotherhood, but storylines about characters who seem like real boys growing up in a real city seeking to enact real change on a less grandiose stage, the voices of Crease and Pacino will, at least, ring more true than that of Romeo's in the ears of kids who doen't usually read, but who are seeking high-interest novel. We Could Be Brothers is a start. It's a bright spot on a horizon that has been dark for too long.
Great book for students in socioeconomically mixed schools.