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Crusader Rabbit and Other Stories


Book Description
Set in locations both exotic and familiar and exploring situations both arcane and mundane, Jess Mowrys collection of stories provide illuminating glimpses into hypocrisy, hatred, hope and joy.
Book Information
PublisherOrchard Academy Press
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages280
ISBN-10159092231X
ISBN-13978-1590922316
Publication Date08/2009
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About Jess Mowry (Author) : I'm the author of Way Past Cool, Phat Acceptance, Voodu Dawgz and Skeleton Key as well as other novels for and about black kids and teens, such as Six Out Seven, Babylon Boyz, Rats In The Trees, Ghost... more
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