Specs: 5 1/2” x 8 1/4” • 96 pp • Excerpts from other Books within this Series, About the Author Section, High / Low Content
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eBook: 978-1-5383-8424-4 • $19.95 | $14.95
Pbk. ed.: 978-1-5383-8422-0 • $11.70 | $9.95
Justice knows how it can go down for African American young men, and it isn't always fair. Still, he's pretty sure living on the straight and narrow will keep him safe. Pining over his crush Ebony, writing rap lyrics, and looking forward to chess games in the park, Justice never imagines he could be labeled a criminal. Then his teacher's phone and wallet are stolen, and Justice finds himself at the center of the investigation. Can Justice prove he's innocent, or will he be wrongly convicted of a crime he never committed?
About the Author:
Kymbali Craig is a writer, actor, musician, spokenword
performance artist, visual artist, and educator.
She is a native of Chicago, Illinois, and Hattiesburg,
Mississippi, and now resides in the Bedford-Stuyvesant
neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. Kymbali was
the artist-in-residence at Paul Robeson High School
in Brooklyn and the creative director of Bailey’s Cafe,
a Brooklyn-based nonprofit. Through her years of
experience working with urban youth as an artist
and educator, Kymbali has cultivated meaningful
relationships with her students, who affectionately call
her “Miss Kymbali” or “Miss K.” This is her first novel.