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After Tupac and D Foster by Jacqueline Woodson
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bookshelves: african-american, urban, teen, foster-care, queer

This book is nice, and it takes a rare look at middle school girlfriends who really care about each other. Not much happens, though. It takes place in the mid-90's around the time of Tupac's death. Are the kids still interested in Tupac? I don't know, but I'll try them on it, especially since good books for African American middle school girls are still pretty thin on the ground.
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message 1: by Alex (new)

Alex I'm still interested in Tupac. But I don't know that I'm exactly in tune with the interests of African American teens.


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