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Sistahs and folks of the neighborhood

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Published by Howie Pub. in Columbus, OH .
Written in English



  • Ohio


  • African Americans -- Ohio -- Social life and customs,
  • Ohio -- Social life and customs

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Edition Notes

StatementKathleen Ayne.
LC ClassificationsE185.93.O2 A96 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3686817M
ISBN 10188527548X
LC Control Number2003050823

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The book transitions back forth between Secret's point of view and Isis's point of view. My favorite character was Secret because she wasn't playing when it came to getting her coins!!! And I loved the fact that she took on the role of mother to her little sister This was my first book by this author and I will say she did a great job/5. Just 'being' black is a crime. time in their efforts to curtail crime and targeting shoplifters along the neighborhood’s popular shopping strip. The Sistahs on the Reading Edge book club.   Cajun Pock-Pock Easter Tradition by Ginger Keller Gannaway. Evan & Mama Gerry Chubby fingers clutch a pale pink and green boiled egg. Concerned eyes flick back and forth from the egg to the bowed head of the chubby-fingered 4-year-old girl’s 8-year-old brother, a boy with destruction in his eyes. The boy firmly holds a bright blue egg, and as he quickly raises his egg a few inches above his. Featured: Women's Health and Tomatoes by Carole Weaver; The Pyramid Discourses by Re-Cord-El; Sistahs and Folks of the Neighborhood by Kathleen Ayne; Hem, the Duckbill Dinosaur by Helene E.