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Keesha's House


Book Description
An unforgettable narrative collage told in poems

Keesha has found a safe place to live, and other kids gravitate to her house when they just can't make it on their own. They are Stephie - pregnant, trying to make the right decisions for herself and those she cares about; Jason - Stephie's boyfriend, torn between his responsibility to Stephie and the baby and the promise of a college ... More
Book Information
PublisherFarrar Straus & Giroux
BindingPaperback (10 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages128
ISBN-10B004TE7376
Publication Date02/20/2007
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About Helen Frost (Author) : Helen Frost is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Helen Frost include Tiranosaurio rex / Tyrannosaurus Rex (Dinosaurios Y Animales Prehistor... more
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8/8/2011 Melanie Warren tagged as: I recommend, I read

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11/21/2007 Lynndy Bennett tagged as: I read

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5/4/2007 Cynthia Winfield said: Seven teens' compelling narratives intertwine as they cross paths at Keesha's house. So beautifully told in poetry, readers often do not recognize constraints of poetic forms until author's note at end. Kids love it.
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