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D Foster walks into the neighborhood where the narrator and her best friend Neeka live and opens up a whole new world to them, with Tupac's musical influence as a background. Susan Spain's narration brings the girls' intertwined stories to life as she conveys the emotional turmoil that is part of growing up.
Six kids with learning disabilities are given ARTT (A Room To Talk) by their teacher who realizes they need time and space to open up. Woodson uses a full cast to narrate this story about sharing difficult secrets with friends, and includes an interview with her charming 10 year old son.
Through Dion Graham's heartfelt performance, Lonnie Collins shares hopes for peace in letters to his beloved sister, heightening the lyrical narrative of Jacqueline Woodson's story.