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  • Year: 1994
  • Fallen Angels

    Seventeen-year-old Richie Perry, just out of his Harlem high school, enlists in the Army in the summer of 1967 and spends a devastating year on active duty in Vietnam. The writing of Walter Dean Myers illustrates the universality of the teenage experience in urban America.
  • Hoops

    A teenage basketball player from Harlem is befriended by a former professional player who, after being forced to quit because of a point shaving scandal, hopes to prevent other young athletes from repeating his mistake. The writing of Walter Dean Myers illustrates the universality of the teenage experience in urban America.
  • Motown & Didi

    Motown and Didi, two teenage loners in Harlem, become allies in a fight against Touchy, the drug dealer whose dope is destroying Didi's brother, and find themselves falling in love with each other. The writing of Walter Dean Myers illustrates the universality of the teenage experience in urban America.
  • Scorpions

    After reluctantly taking on the leadership of the Harlem gang, the Scorpions, Jamal finds that his enemies treat him with respect when he acquires a gun--until a tragedy occurs. The writing of Walter Dean Myers illustrates the universality of the teenage experience in urban America.