The Young Landlords

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Puffin Books, 1979 - Juvenile Fiction - 197 pages
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If you were looking for a real ghetto dump, you couldn’t beat The Stratford Arms. There was Askia Ben Kenobi throwing karate chops upstairs, Petey Darden making booze downstairs, and Mrs. Brown grieving for Jack Johnson, who’d died for the third time in a month—and not a rent payer in the bunch. Still, when Paul Williams and the Action Group got the Arms for one dollar, they thought they had it made. But when their friend Chris was arrested for stealing stereos and Dean’s dog started biting fire hydrants and Gloria started kissing, being a landlord turned out to be a lot more work than being a kid.

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It started off kind of weird but then it gets to the point and starts making sence. If you keep reading it goes to all diffrent types of styles like funny weird why did you do that romantic which isnt ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
18
Section 3
30
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About the author (1979)

Walter Dean Myers lives in Jersey City, New Jersey.

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