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Keesha's House by Helen Frost
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Jul 28, 09

bookshelves: fiction, novel-in-verse
Read in July, 2009

In this world that is not always fair or safe or logical, sometimes a young person just needs a place to go that is. Enter Keesha's house, where seven different young people find each other, safety, comfort, and a free bed. The stories of the seven are told in short poem pieces. The plots are realistic - neither all happy nor all sad, just real. Helen Frost also introduces a few short pieces from the adults involved with the seven young adults - these adult-voice poems give context to the world of the kids.

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