At Duke's Place, Jimmy and Kevin find out that the handbook isn't written down. It means listening to Duke and his friends talk about their lives. But how can Duke, a senior citizen, understand what it is to be young now?
In the tradition of his award-winning book Monster, Walter Dean Myers once again breaks new ground with this extraordinary, original, and complex novel about learning to be a man.
©2002 Walter Dean Myers; (P)2002 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.
"Peter Francis James' narration captures the low-income neighborhood perfectly, with characters that range from preachy old men to drug addicts and slick ex-cons." (AudioFile)
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