What is it like living in a very poor section of town with a small black boy as your best friend, who then dies one day? Have you every built an electric chair for big rats? Be careful it is dangerous. What is life like in school if you are considered poor white trash? What is it like, when on your job, you are considered a liability, and get fired, when you know that you are doing a good job? What is this bond between a person and his pet? Why is it that we live the American Dream, but are still missing something? Could it be Joy? Why are us normal folks so afraid of Special Needs people? What would you do if you were constantly barraged with foul language while you were doing all that you could to help a Special Needs boy? Why did God let another little black boy, who I had learned to love, die? Why is it so hard for young students to show respect for their teachers, who only want to train them on how to make it in this world? Find out in If You Can Take It, You Can Make It.
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|Size: ||2.4 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781630630591 (DRM-EPUB)|
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