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by Mary Monroe
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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Mary Monroe
  • ISBN:
    1434335747
  • ISBN13:
    978-1434335746
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    AuthorHouse (November 16, 2007)
  • Pages:
    144 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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  • FB2 format
    1650 kb
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    1495 kb
  • DJVU format
    1128 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    516
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Krazy White Girl has been added to your Cart. As a middle-grades teacher for over nine years, Mary Monroe writes about topics that happen in real life to her students - family problems, addictions, abuse - as well as things that are important to young adults - setting and reaching dreams and goals, making friends, having that first crush - and just keeping it real. She is a former freelance writer, who currently teaches ninth. grade reading at a public high school in South Florida, where she resides with her husband and three children.

Krazy White Girl is the second book of the exciting trilogy about students from. Mr. Martin’s Drop Out Prevention Class, by the author of Miracle at Monty Middle School. As a middle-grades teacher for over nine years, Mary Monroe writes about topics that happen in real life to her students ndash; family problems, addictions, abuse ndash; as well as things that are important to young adults ndash; setting and reaching dreams and goals, making friends, having that first crush ndash; and just keeping it real. She is a former freelance writer, who currently teaches ninth grade reading at a public high school in South Florida, where she resides with her husband and three children.

Krazy White Girl book. They all called her Krazy. Fourteen-year-old Nicole Adams of South. Details (if other): Cancel.

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Maureen, a young Black girl torn between the remarkable powers of her mother and the harsh realities of life, comes of age, in a powerful, evocative tale set in a migrant labor camp in the bayous of the Florida Everglades. The New York Times bestselling author of God Don't Like Ugly and God Still Don't Like Ugly, Mary Monroe has been hailed as "a real talent" (San Jose Mercury News) and as one of today's most provocative storytellers.

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Also by Mary Monroe God Ain’t Through Yet God Ain’t Blind The Company . Published by Kensington Publishing Corp. Look what them white folks done to that retarded boy-and ain’t nobody been arrested for it!

Also by Mary Monroe God Ain’t Through Yet God Ain’t Blind The Company We Keep She Had It Coming Deliver Me From Evil God Don’t Play In Sheep’s Clothing Red Light Wives. Look what them white folks done to that retarded boy-and ain’t nobody been arrested for it!

New York Times bestselling author Mary Monroe sweeps readers back to the streets, porches, and parlors of civil rights-era Ohio to bring to life the first steps of an enduring friendship between two girls from opposite sides of the track.

New York Times bestselling author Mary Monroe sweeps readers back to the streets, porches, and parlors of civil rights-era Ohio to bring to life the first steps of an enduring friendship between two girls from opposite sides of the track. Annette Goode is a shy, awkward, overweight child with a terrible secret. Frightened and ashamed, Annette withdraws into a world of books and food. But the summer Annette turns thirteen, something incredible happens: Rhoda Nelson chooses her as a friend.

They all called her Krazy... Fourteen-year-old Nicole Adams of South Florida awakes from a coma and finds her life changed forever. She has to testify at the trial of her mom's boyfriend, Ricaldo, who brutally beat her upon discovering her shameful secret - cutting.After moving in to live with her Aunt Lori and cousin Johnny in New York, Nicole becomes "Niki," and encounters friends like Blondie and Lo, and a new crush, Blake, who help her face her deepest fears. Through teachers Ms. Parker and her P.O.W.E.R. group and Ms. Gonzalez and her Poetry Slam Club, Niki is beginning to heal - until Ashley Williams publicly humiliates Niki, tailspinning her lower than ever.Krazy White Girl is Nicole's story, including her battle with cutting - up front, personal, gripping. Free materials available at...www.marymonroebooks.com Krazy White Girl is the second book of the exciting trilogy about students fromMr. Martin's Drop Out Prevention Class,by the author of Miracle at Monty Middle School.

Agantrius
Sorry you sent me the wrong book. I asked for Mary Monroe, you sent me Mary Alice Monroe. Plus the book wasn't nearly as good as the Mary Monroe books. The book wass written by a 5 yr old. Poor quality writing. You probably STILL havent done anything to insure it doesn't happen again wiith the similar names. After 3 pages, I knew it was a mistake. Very dissatisfied. I had to keep it anyway because it wasn't worth paying to send it back but VERY DISSATISFIED.
Arador
I bought this book because I liked some of the author's previous books. This book...not so much. I had to literally force myself through it. Don't get me wrong, it has a good message and all but I was waiting for the climax and it just didn't happen for me. Krazy white girl just didn't really live up to it's title. I let my 16yr old read it, and she said it was just "ok". It has a positive message, and could be an inspiration to troubled youth but other than that, I really wouldn't bother lending this book to anyone for entertainment purposes.
Worla
Was okay
Tebei
This book leaves you emotional, but wanting to read more to see what comes of the characters. I never read something that could relate to so many different peoples lives. I would recommend you read this book and have tissue handy.
The Sphinx of Driz
I think this book could be an inspiration to anyone going through a situation whether you are black or white young or old. Everyone will take something from this book
Charyoll
I ordered this book by accident but decided I would read it since I paid for it. I was thinking this book was by Mary Monroe that wrote God Don't Like Ugly. When I read it I was very disappointed. It just wasn't that good at all.
Larosa
This was a good read. It was really short and I think it might be intended for teens. It was enjoyable.
This was a great read. I bought it thinking it was a different author but I was surprised and intrigued. I passed it to my daughter and I don't like sharing my kindle but it was worth it!