Black enough : stories of being young & Black in America

Title Black enough : stories of being young & Black in America
Names Zoboi, Ibi Aanu.
Baptiste, Tracey.
Booth, Coe.
Clayton, Dhonielle.
Colbert, Brandy.
Coles, Jay.
Giles, L. R.
Henderson, Leah.
Ireland, Justina.
Johnson, Varian.
Magoon, Kekla.
Onyebuchi, Tochi.
Reynolds, Jason.
Stone, Nic.
Tamani, Liara.
Watson, Renée.
Book Number DB094320
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Books
Annotation Seventeen short stories explore what it is like to be young and black, and emphasize that one person's experiences, reality, and personal identity are different from someone else's. Contributors include Ren e Watson, Kekla Magoon, Jason Reynolds, and Justina Ireland. Strong language. Commercial audiobook. For senior high and older readers. 2019.
General Notes This recording is available courtesy of Recorded Books. It has been converted to digital talking book format by the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress.
Narrator Butler, Ron.
Turpin, Bahni.
Length 11 hours, 17 minutes
Local Subject Juvenile and young adult - JY
Short stories - SS
Young Adult book - YA
Fiction - FI
Female narrator - FN
Male narrator - MN
Unrated - UN
WTBBL Book Club - WBC
LC Subject African American teenagers - Fiction
African American youth - Fiction
Youth, Black - United States - Fiction
Young adult fiction
Short stories
Talking books
Downloadable books
Audience Notes 8 NLS/BPH
Contains strong language. NLS/BPH
For senior high and older readers. NLS/BPH
Call Number 813.0850806 YFI
Language English
Contents Half a moon / Black enough / Warning, color may fade / Black. Nerd. Problems / Out of the silence / The ingredients / Oreo / Samson and the Delilahs / Stop playing / Wild horses, wild hearts / Whoa! / Gravity / The trouble with drowning / Kissing Sarah Smart / Hackathon Summers / Into the starlight / The (r)evolution of Nigeria Jones /
Released 2019
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : HarperCollins 2019
Original Publication Reissue of: [S.I.] : HarperCollins, 2019. 9780062885265
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