Robinson's Hood by Jeff Gottesfeld

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Stealing from the rich and giving to the poor takes on a whole new meaning--If Robin hadn't just paid off the Ninth Street Rangers, or if Tyrone and Dodo hadn't hit on him to do their schoolwork, he never would have done what he was about to do.

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Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfeld, Cherie Bennett and her husband, Jeff Gottesfeld, often write on teen themes. This novel is for Berkley; they wrote the Trash series together, while Cherie authored the best-selling Berkley series Sunset Island. Cherie writes both paperback and hardcover fiction-"Life in the Fat Land, Zink"-while her Copley News Service syndicated column, "Hey, Cherie!" appears in papers coast to coast. She is also one of America's finest young playwrights and a back-to-back winner of the Kennedy Center's "New Visions/New Voices" playwriting award. Cherie and Jeff live in Nashville and Los Angeles.
Published January 1, 2013 by Saddleback Educational Publishing. 124 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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His lack of street smarts is similarly unbelievable: Even readers who aren't skeptical when Robin cheerfully asks the local bully, “You all ready for school?” will surely struggle when, out of just slightly more than idle curiosity, Robin goes to a spot where he sees a gang member hiding somethin...

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