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eBook Where Do I Go from Here? ePub

by Valerie Wilson Wesley

  • ISBN: 0590456067
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: Valerie Wilson Wesley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic (November 1, 1993)
  • ePub book: 1454 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1397 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 235

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She is the author of the Tamara Hayle mystery series

She is the author of the Tamara Hayle mystery series.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Struggling against prejudice and financial disadvantages at Endicott Academy, Nia, an African-American teenager.

read for the young adult. i think that you should read this book! 0. Report. A great interesting, realistic novel for book lovers!

Nia and Marcus, two of the very few African American students at a snooty prep school, struggle to find out what they want to do with their lives. read for the young adult. A great interesting, realistic novel for book lovers! By Thriftbooks. com User, October 26, 1999. Imagine having to leave your home and go off to a school where there are not many of your kind. Nia had to go through that.

Valerie Wilson Wesley writes mysteries, children's books and paranormal romances under the pen name Savanna Welles. I love your writing style and miss your stories. Can you direct me to where I can purchase this book. No matter what format it's in, I want it in my library. Thank you and continue to inspire your readers with great and thrilling mysteries. August 23, 2019 at 12:35 PM. Have you ever thought to make your books into Murder Mystery series. shows like they do on the Hallmark Channel?

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Information about the book, Where Do I Go from Here? .

Information about the book, Where Do I Go from Here? (Point): the Children’s, Mass Market Paperback, by Valerie Wilson Wesley (Scholastic Inc, Jan 01, 1996). Book Description: Struggling against prejudice and financial disadvantages at Endicott Academy, Nia, an African-American teenager, finds a friend and mentor in Marcus, whose disappearance leaves Nia confused and determined to find him. Reprint. Slj. Vy. Ab. More books like Where Do I Go from Here?

Praise for Valerie Wilson Wesley DYING in the DARK This is a. .Valerie Wilson Wesley provides a fabulous private investigative tale with .

Praise for Valerie Wilson Wesley DYING in the DARK This is a well-written, fast-paced whodunit. The story is compelling without being too graphic or gory, and the plot twists are believable. Wesley makes good use of her Newark setting here, piquing interest with details of the city's rebirth. Depth is added to the mystery plot through the ongoing theme of Tamara's love and concern for her teenage son and the issues he faces as an African American male. Valerie Wilson Wesley provides a fabulous private investigative tale with a deep social and psychological underpinning.

Valerie Wilson Wesley, an African-American writer, is the author of the Tamara Hayle Mystery Series. Her first novel, Where Do I Go From Here?, was written in November, 1993 and has recently received the American Library Association’s "Best Books for Reluctant Readers" citation. The series feature Tamara Hayle, a tough and witty Newark single mother who makes her living as a private investigator. The mean streets of Newark, New Jersey, in the 1990s and the rough gangsters and thugs who live there come to life in these racy, gripping novels. One of her most recent books The Devil Riding was released in hardcover in June 2000.

Nia and Marcus, two of the very few African American students at a snooty prep school, struggle to find out what they want to do with their lives.

Comments

Renthadral Renthadral
Imagine having to leave your home and go off to a school where there are not many of your kind. Nia had to go through that. The novel, Where Do I Go From Here?, by Valerie Wilson Wesley, is about a black girl who had to leave and go to a highschool where she feels like an outsider. Nia wasn't nich nor was she white like many other people at her school. Nia found a friend, Marcus Garvey Willians, who was like her. Even though Marcus is black he has found a way to fit in and still be himself.
I give is novel five stars because it is interesting and realistic. As one of the characters, Nia has to be the most exciting. Nia wasn't interesring because she was blowing up someone's house or anything. The story was just as exciting as an action packed book, but in a different way. Nia was interesting because of the kind of person she was. At the end Marcus helped Nia realize the importance of her life, and also gain a new respect for it.
Seevinev Seevinev
The story is about a girl named Nia who feels like an ousider at her all white school. And the only friends she has is a boy named Marcus Garvey Williams. But when he suddenly dissapears, Nia gets in a fist-fight with a student defending his name. Now Nia dosn't no what to do with her life now that she is suspended. Do you think Nia is going to get her life back on track? To find out that question read, "Where Did I Go From Here". I really liked this book because the author really knows how to relate to people and she was really straight forward and didn't hold anything back. Books related to this is "Bud Not Buddy". Because his parents left him when he was a baby and now since he lives with his grandmother he dosn't know what to do with his life eathier just like Nia.
Arashilkis Arashilkis
Things at Endicott Academy were never freat but thy wern't exactly horrible, either. Nia didn't really feel comfortable at the academy. She didn't fit. This book is belivably intresting and satisfying! Tis novel by Valerie Wesley is a fun, entertaining...read for the young adult.i think that you should read this book!