Everyone loves a good story. This collection of 31 snapshots of urban life is a window into the lives of young people living with AIDS, domestic abuse, gun violence, drug use and more. Told in the first person, each story invites the reader to empathize with the characters. Every easy-to-read tale is followed by discussion ideas and activities designed to inspire thought and conversation. Like all great fables, each story teaches an important lesson about making the right choices. Share Taneka's Urban Life Tales. No supplies, videos, or VCR to set up, just remarkable lessons on sex, drinking, happiness, young girls and older men, and AIDS plus 27 more no-heads-on-the-desk, hair-twirling, or bored-expressions lessons.My favorite models were low-rider trucks. One night, about 2 a.m., I was about to steal this blue Honda. It had custom chrome rims and all! I went up to the car, got in, and started to take off. As soon as I did, cop cars came from nowhere.
|Title||:||31 of Taneka's Urban Life Tales (Instructor's Manual)|
|Author||:||ARISE Foundation Staff, Susan Benson|
|Publisher||:||ARISE Foundation - 2011-01-08|