Hard Time: A Real Life Look at Juvenile Crime and Violence
From teens who are incarcerated for crimes to teens who have been the victims of crime, Janet Bode and Stan Mack present compelling and astounding portraits, examining why crime and violence are such a big part of young lives today. An "American Bookseller" Pick of the Lists. An ALA Quick Pick and an ALA Best Book for Young Adults.
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Review: Hard Time: A Real Life Look at Juvenile Crime and ViolenceUser Review - #juice - Goodreads
Moore, Jeffrey English, P:1 03-30-2014 The authors of this book Janet Bode and Stan Mack wrote this book to tell a story from the point of view of a juvenile delinquent. The authors visit local ... Read full review
Review: Hard Time: A Real Life Look at Juvenile Crime and ViolenceUser Review - Trevon Bierria - Goodreads
Hard Time is a book of individual stories told by juveniles. These are children and teens who have committed crimes, and are incarcerated. One of the juveniles tells a story about how he shot and ... Read full review