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  • Harlem Summer | Walter Dean Myers

    Harlem Summer

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 53 mins)
    • By Walter Dean Myers
    • Narrated By Brandon Gill
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    Myers is at his clever best in this witty and action-packed, coming-of-age story of a teenager's summer during the Harlem Renaissance and his run-ins with famous gangsters, writers, and musicians. It's 1925 and Mark Purvis is a 16-year-old with a summer to kill. He'd rather jam with his jazz band (they need the practice), but is urged by his parents to get a job. As an assistant at The Crisis, a magazine for the "new Negro", Mark rubs shoulders with Langston Hughes and Countee Cullen.

  • Darius & Twig | Walter Dean Myers

    Darius & Twig

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Walter Dean Myers
    • Narrated By Brandon Gill
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    Darius and Twig are an unlikely pair: Darius is a writer whose only escape is his alter ego, a peregrine falcon named Fury, and Twig is a middle-distance runner striving for athletic success. But they are drawn together in the struggle to overcome the obstacles that Harlem life throws at them. The two friends must face down bullies, an abusive uncle, and the idea that they'll be stuck in the same place forever in this touching and raw new teen novel from Walter Dean Myers.

  • All the Right Stuff | Walter Dean Myers

    All the Right Stuff

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 26 mins)
    • By Walter Dean Myers
    • Narrated By Brandon Gill
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    Paul DuPree is working at a soup kitchen in Harlem the summer his father dies, just trying to get by. But Elijah, the soup man, won't stop talking about the social contract and asking Paul questions about heavy-duty things. Paul has never thought about this stuff. He'd rather hang out with Keisha, an unwed teen mom whose basketball skills rival his own. Then Sly, a notorious Harlem big shot, shows up. Paul is both intrigued and intimidated by Sly and his conspiracy theories, and for once he starts contemplating how you really get ahead in life.

  • Juba!: A Novel | Walter Dean Myers

    Juba!: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 25 mins)
    • By Walter Dean Myers
    • Narrated By Brandon Gill
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    New York City's Five Points district in 1846 is a volatile mixture of poor blacks and immigrants from Europe. William Henry Lane is a teenager working odd jobs to make ends meet, but he really loves to dance. Watching the other dancers in Five Points and practicing when he can, he gets so good that he begins to call himself "Master Juba".

  • A Storm Called Katrina | Myron Uhlberg

    A Storm Called Katrina

    • UNABRIDGED (15 mins)
    • By Myron Uhlberg
    • Narrated By Brandon Gill
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    School Library Journal calls this moving tale by Myron Uhlberg a "remarkable homage to New Orleans". A Storm Called Katrina follows Louis Daniel, a 10-year-old boy from New Orleans’ Ninth Ward who loves to play the horn just like his idol, Louis Armstrong. The morning after the devastating hurricane rips through his neighborhood, Louis - with his beloved cornet in tow - must brave the rising flood waters and seek shelter with his family at the Superdome.

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