After Tupac & D Foster
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In the New York City borough of Queens in 1996, three girls bond over their shared love of Tupac Shakur's music, as together they try to make sense of the unpredictable world in which they live. RL 4.7 750L
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BradyRhys thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 16
Nancy J Mata thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over
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“Everyone’s got a purpose and it’s just that they gotta figure out what it is and then go have it.”
"It's because we black and we kids and he's black and he's just a kid-even though he's twenty-three--and every single song he be singing is telling us a little bit more about what could happen to us and how the world really don't care..."
"And then it made sense to me - crazy-fast sense in a way it hadn't before. D walked out of her own life each time she stepped into one of those other places. She got off the bus or walked up out of the subway and her life disappeared, got replaced by that new place, those new strangers - like big pink erasers." pg 18
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This is a compelling story about three 11 year old girls living in Queens, New York who experience a variety of changes in their lives as they progress from childhood to womanhood. The two girls, Neeka and the narrator, meet D Foster who changes their world as they listen to the lyrics of the motivational artist known as Tupac. Together these girls grow up together helping each other out just like all good friends do.
This book is an informative book for children to learn to be a follower before a leader. Three friends come a long way from following the strong influences Tupac had on their lives.
This book is about 3 young girls that become friends. D is a foster child who has different privileges than the other 2 girls such as being able to roam. These girls become closer as the books goes on because of their connection to Tupac. Tupac influences them to get things together and D finds peace within herself after Tupac surviving from a shooting. D soon leaves the girls to go back with her mother which is around the time Tupac is shot a second time and dies. The girls have lost their biggest idol.
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