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You Hear Me?: Poems and Writing by Teenage Boys
by Betsy Franco
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 076361159X, Paperback)Teenage boys speak out—without the filter of adult sensibility—in a compelling collection of poetry and prose.
In a powerful collection of more than seventy uncensored poems and essays, more than fifty teenage boys from across the country explore their many-layered concerns: identity, love, envy, gratitude, sex, anger, competition, fear, hope. Here, unadorned and without the filter of adult sensibility, is the raw stuff of their lives, in their own words. Isn’t it time to listen?
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An anthology of stories, poems, and essays by adolescent boys on issues that concern them.
An edition of this book was published by Candlewick Press.
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