David T. Barnard - Religion - 2004 - 192 pages
In this imaginative reinterpretation of the story of King David, one of the most complex characters of ancient Scripture is brought to life. "While remaining faithful to ...
Juvenile Fiction - 2003 - 171 pages
When David, an African American teenager, and his family leave the South for a new life up North, he finds that although there is integration, bigotry still exists.
Lorenz B. Graham - Juvenile Fiction - 1969 - 246 pages
A Negro family's hopes for a peaceful existence in North Town are shattered when their teenage son becomes involved with the police after being attacked by a gang and the town ...
Lorenz B. Graham - Juvenile Fiction - 1976 - 245 pages
In spite of the difficulties it might bring, David Williams, now a full-fledged doctor, returns to establish his practice in the Virginia town where he had lived as a boy.