With her own lies, she nearly destroyed her marriage to Pastor Hosea Bush. Why, Jasmine was forced to reveal every secret she’d ever kept from her husband, right down to her real age, weight, and shoe size! She thought she had told Hosea everything.
Archive for June, 2009
The Way We Roll b y Stephanie Perry Moore Discussion Questions 1. Malloy Murray does not want to pledge a sorority. Do you think her mother, the National President of a sorority, understands why? Why do you feel some people are against being in sororities and fraternities? 2. Malloy is mad at her mom [...]
Drama High: Keep It Movin’ #8 by L. Devine DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. If you were Jayd would you get close to Rahima? Why orwhy not? 2. Do you think it was fair of the school to ask Mickey to leave until after the baby’s born? Would you have done the same thing as Mickey? [...]
I had not read the other books in the Chase saga, but, it did not stop me from understanding and enjoying the storyline.
My nephew is the typical teen. He has a cell phone, a computer, the latest game system, an iPod and television with cable. So when he stated to me the other day that he was bored, all I could do was laugh.
In Wilma Brockington’s CINNAMON GIRL BLUES, Beverly, Sasha and Regina journey through life with trials and tribulations. But their friendship is the key to helping them make it
Nine becomes a shell of the man he used to be after his third great love goes bad. Hopefully, The Barbershop Sessions can give him new meaning and the faith in life to be capable of loving again.
In I Didn’t Work This Hard Just to Get Married, through lively and revealing interviews with women from various walks of life, Nika C. Beamon explores the challenges facing single black women who defy expectations.
Segregation and a chain link fence separated twelve-year-old Sally Flowers from her best friend, Ella Ward. Yet a brutal assault bound them together. Forever.