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St stick knife and finally gun In a stunning pairing acclaimed comics creator Jamar Nicholas presents Canada’s raw and riveting account one of the most authentic and important true stories of urban violence ever to. Fist Stick Knife Gun is yet another book on gang violence I ve been lately readingwatching stuff on this topic It is totally unplan Dangerous Melody (Treasure Seekers yet another book on gang violence I ve been lately readingwatching stuff on this topic It is totally unplan

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Fist Stick Knife Gun

Of my heroes” Geoffrey Canada was a small and scared boy growing up in the South Bronx His childhood world was one where “sidewalk boys” learned the codes of the block and were ranked through the rituals of fi. I m going to echo all of the positive reviews here with one uibble On the last page of his own story view spoilerCanada attributes h

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Long before President Barack Obama praised his work as “an all encompassing all hands on deck anti poverty effort that is literally saving a generation of children” and First Lady Michelle Obama called him “one. HeyTGIF I love to read graphic novels for many reasons one of them is to chill and relax after a long pleasant week of reading serio


10 thoughts on “Fist Stick Knife Gun

  1. says:

    Geoffrey Canada's story is vivid He remembers his childhood so well describes it in great detail and Jamar Nicholas' illustrations really bring it to life This story about Canada's integration into a violent urban life is heartbreaking but I couldn't stop reading It's a great personal story of The Code of the Street I honestly thin

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    HeyTGIF I love to read graphic novels for many reasons one of them is to chill and relax after a long pleasant week of reading seriously good novels One of my daughters told me about Jamar Nicholas she has an interest in art so I checked him o

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    This book was an amazing non fiction story fit into a comic This books genre had action drama and even comedy to it Before i read this book I judged it by its cover thinking it was a childish book with no meaning because it was a comic but by the time I got near the end of the book I noticed I was actually enjoying it because I wouldn't usual

  4. says:

    This was really amazing eye opening and scary Although it is clearly meant to educate the story avoids being preachy and I was comple

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    I'm going to echo all of the positive reviews here with one uibble On the last page of his own story view spoilerC

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    This book has a ya sticker but it is awesome i couldnt put it downIt is about a boy that grows up setting a rank on union avenue he stolen from and held at gunpoint He learns to be tough and stickup for himself

  7. says:

    Excellent adaptation of the book by Geoffrey Canada with art by Jamar Nicholas As the title states there is a progressive escalation of violencea history that too often repeats itself

  8. says:

    Fist Stick Knife Gun is yet another book on gang violence I've been lately readingwatching stuff on this topic It is totally unplanned mostly coincidental but I can't help but notice its recurrence First it was Yummy The Last Days of a Southside Shorty by G Neri and then this book Now just last night I watched the movie Freedom Writers whic

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    This is a graphic novel adaptation of an earlier detailed text only book of the same name I would call this an autobiography but it is not as detailed as autobiographies usually are This autobiography just focuses on violent episodes

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    MmmkayI have to make a confession My ears immediately perk up when I hear or see a book that lends itself to a 'full disclosure on my life whilst in the bleak caverns of violence' In fact that little gem of Truth right there is the reason why I read and reviewed Gang Leader for a Day last yearBut why you might ask Especially if you knew me I mean I'm no Pollyanna by any means but I do like to think of myself as a let's just give p

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