Reviews - What do customers think about I'm Late the Story of Leneese and Moonlight and Alisha Who Didn't Have Anyone of Her Own?
Should Be In Classrooms!!! Jan 12, 2007
This is a remarkable, straight forward and unpredictable book that I think should be placed in classrooms throughout the U.S. The story of two fourteen year old girls both on the wrong road of life touches upon self esteem, peer pressure, child neglect, along with a variety of problems attached to teenage pregnancy. It is a great book for adolescent AND adult book clubs and should be included in youth programs to ignite fruitful discussions that are related to today's youth. I'M LATE is a quick read that speaks loudly and deeply to parents, teens, counselors and teachers. It should be read together in diverse settings. This is a WAKE UP for all those caregivers that sleep while their children run the streets and a great slap in the face for all those teens that think that having a baby is such an easy thing to do. I want to say AMEN and THANK YOU to Mari Evans for speaking the truth so righteously, beautifully, and so to the point. --ABSOLUTELY MARVELOUS!!!