Scarborough

Scarborough

eBook - 2017
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In Scarborough, a low-income urban neighborhood, three kids struggle to rise above poverty, abuse, and a system that consistently fails them. The adults in their lives either rise to the occasion or fall by the wayside; together, they make up a troubled yet inspired community that refuses to be undone.
Publisher: LaVergne :, Arsenal Pulp Press,, 2017
ISBN: 9781551526782
Characteristics: text file,rda
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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lydia1879
Feb 02, 2018

Do you ever read the acknowledgements of a book because you love it so much and you don't want it to end? Because, yeah, I just did that.

I think I cried in this book four separate times. The fact that this is a debut novel FLOORS me.

This book is a story about a community, Scarborough, in Toronto and it's told from multiple perspectives. I could say "this book is redemption and love and resileniece all at once" but that doesn't really make a point, because Hernandez takes many people in a community and makes you know them, and all their little struggles and strife and how they rise against the day-to-day grind.

Hernandez takes a community and paints it with a mother's love, warts and all. This has First Nations representation and disability representation and queer representation...ALL the representation. All of it.

tw: child abuse, domestic abuse, substance abuse

I loved Laura, Sylvie, Bing, Marie and I'm a mess because her writing was so good I read it in two days.

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