Living Up the Street: Narrative Recollections
In a prose that is so beautiful it is poetry, we see the world of growing up and going somewhere through the dust and heat of Fresno's industrial side and beyond: It is a boy's coming of age in the barrio, parochial school, attending church, public summer school, and trying to fall out of love so he can join in a Little League baseball team.
His is a clarity that rings constantly through the warmth and wry reality of these sometimes humorous, sometimes tragic, always human remembrances.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DBPeeples - LibraryThing
This is a good book talking about Mr. Soto's life. It starts at childhood with him and his brother and sister and the things that go through as children. Some parts of the book will really have you ... Read full review
Review: Living Up The StreetUser Review - Haynes - Goodreads
Living Up The Street was a great book. I really liked this book because it shows of how a family grows up from poor to medium independence with wife and children. Also I like the way that its similar to how you live in real life and how kids grow up from pain in neck to mature or even robbing men. Read full review