Kinda Like Brothers by Coe BoothKinda Like Brothers by Coe Booth

Kinda Like Brothers

byCoe Booth

Paperback | September 29, 2015

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Jarrett doesn't trust Kevon. But he's got to share a room with him anyway.

It was one thing when Jarrett's mom took care of foster babies who needed help. But this time it's different. This time the baby who needs help has an older brother - a kid Jarrett's age named Kevon.

Everyone thinks Jarrett and Kevon should be friends - but that's not gonna happen. Not when Kevon's acting like he's better than Jarrett - and not when Jarrett finds out Kevon's keeping some major secrets.

Jarrett doesn't think it's fair that he has to share his room, his friends, and his life with some stranger. He's gotta do something about it - but what?

From award-winning author Coe Booth,Kinda Like Brothers is the story of two boys who really don't get along - but have to find a way to figure it out.

Coe Booth is a graduate of The New School's Writing for Children MFA program, and a winner of the L.A. Times Book Prize for Young Adult Fiction. She is the author of Tyrell and Kendra, and was born and still lives in the Bronx.
Title:Kinda Like BrothersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 7.57 × 5.28 × 0.65 inPublished:September 29, 2015Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545224977

ISBN - 13:9780545224970


Editorial Reviews

Praise for Coe Booth's Kinda Like Brothers: "Excellent." -Booklist "Realistic and engaging . . . A solid story about dealing with problems that threaten to overwhelm and the importance putting one's own personal pain aside to understand the pain of another." -School Library Journal Praise for Coe Booth's Bronxwood: " Readers who have been with Tyrell from the beginning as well as those meeting him for the first time will be utterly invested in his future." -Kirkus Reviews" Tyrell tells his own story in language that never misses in its gritty authenticity." -Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books " A compelling tale of a teen still trying to make the right choices despite the painful consequences." -School Library Journal " Booth paints a vivid picture of urban African American life." -VOYA