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- DescriptionBrimming with hardrealities about the choices we make, the friendships we keep, and the unlikely allies we find along the way, this affecting vel helps to fill the gaping hole left by Walter Dean Myers s passing. Booklist A taut, haunting tragedy. KirkusReviews One young man searches for a place to call home in this gut-wrenching, honest vel from New York Times bestselling author Wes Moore and cowriter Shawn Goodman. Elijah Thomas kws one thing better than anyone around him: basketball. But when a sinister street gang, Blood Street Nation, wants him and his team members to wear the Nation s colors in the next big tournament, Elijah s love of the game is soon thrown into jeopardy. The boys gather their courage and take a stand against the gang, but at a terrible cost. Now Elijah must struggle to balance hope and fear, revenge and forgiveness, to save his neighborhood. For help, he turns to the most unlikely of friends: Banks, a gruff ex military man, and his beautiful and ambitious daughter. Together, the three work on a plan to destroy Blood Street and rebuild the community they all call home. This Way Home is a story about reclamation. It s about taking a stand for what matters most, and the discovery that, in the end, hope, love, and courage are our most powerful weapons.
- Author BiographyWES MOORE is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and was a Rhodes Scholar. He was named one of the top young business leaders in America and has appeared on the cover of Time magazine, which featured him in the article The New Greatest Generation. Wes lives in Baltimore with his wife and daughter. SHAWN GOODMAN is a writer and a school psychologist. His experiences working in several New York State juvenile detention facilities inspired him to write. Shawn lives in Ithaca, New York, with his wife and children. Visit him at ShawnGoodman.com.
- Author(s)Wes Moore
- PublisherDelacorte Press
- Date of Publication10/11/2015
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintDelacorte Press
- Weight363 g
- Width142 mm
- Height213 mm
- Spine25 mm
- Format DetailsSewn,Cloth over boards
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