Spin It Like That
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Spin It Like That

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Sixteen-year-old Jasmine Richardson has a love for music. When she gets on the turntables, her gift for spinning and rhyming earn her admiration and respect. She's also talented academically, but her parents disapprove of their daughter's hobby, hoping it's a phase she's going through. Still, Jasmine finds it hard to deny the joy and freedom she feels when she's playing mu...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published May 22nd 2007 by Harlequin Kimani
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Chandler  Connelly
i loved this book. it was a good and life teaching book bout listenibg and not going behind your parents back when they say no the first time
Chandra Taylor
Jul 24, 2010 Chandra Taylor added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
My first book--released June 2007.
Monie
Oct 24, 2008 Monie rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: girls who love there music
Recommended to Monie by: my friend shaela
If you girls out there love your music then you love this book.
this book is about a high school name jasmine and she is 16 years old in the high school.

she loves her music and her favorite thing to do is dj and she would never give up dj for anything.

but until then she met this guy that was not her age and was about 20 years old and helped her with her music company making jasmine famous.

but eveything goes down chaos and dj life is messing up her family support her all the way but she doesn't r...more
Regina
THIS BOOK WAS SO TOUCHING IT WAS SO HEARTWARMEING WITH HER AND HER BROTHER THEY WERE SO CLOSE THAN HE DIED AND THATS THE TAYPE OF RELATIONSHIPE I WANT WITH MY BROTHER TO HAVE A CLOSE BOND WTIH HIM U NEVER NO HE MIGHT BE CONE BECAUSE I FELT LIKE THIS CHARTER AND THIS BOOK WAN HER BROTHER DIED I MEAN I WAS SO CRYING CUS I FELT LIKE HER WAN HER BROTHER PAST I FELT LIKE THAT HAVE COULD BE ME
Shi'Asia
This book is one of the better from the Kimani Tru Series. I loved it from start to end and even cried at the end. Very well written and a good read.
Nancy Hall
This book was great! This was the first book by Chandra Sparks Taylor and it was well worth the read. I am anticipating the release of her next book.
Sky
i heared that it was real good so i wont to read it.
Arlette
LOVE IT.. Third time reading it and can't get enough
Taylor Owens
I Like This Book Very Much! I Even Cried At The End!!
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is any thing more important than family 1 7 Aug 02, 2008 05:04PM  
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Chandra Sparks Taylor is the author of Spin It Like That, which was chosen as a 2009 Popular Paperback for Young Adults by the Young Adult Library Services Association, as well as The Pledge, which is a 2010 YALSA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers, and The Promise.

She is the owner of Taylor Editorial Service, which specializes in editing manuscripts by both aspiring and established authors, and is...more
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