Tagger by Mary A. Monroe
Graffiti was his life - and soul

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Luis, 14, is finding his soul through a dangerous, criminal addiction — graffiti
Freshman Luis Arteaga, 14, can’t stay awake in class at Sunrise High School because he’s up most nights until early morning working on graffiti drawings for his Black Book.
Once Luis teams up with a crew called Skills, headed by The Beast and Grill, his life gets more and more out of control until he’s forced to move to his dad’s home in a small midwestern river town called Cave-in-Rock, rich in mystery and heritage. Luis feels he is being called to the cave to do something — but what?
This is Luis’ fascinating story, inspired by true events.
“Original Grafffiti art designs by Artist Job Narvaez, who inspired this novel”
Free materials available at . . .
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Tagger is the final book of the exciting trilogy about students from Mr. Martin’s Drop Out Prevention Class, by the author of Miracle at Monty Middle School and Krazy White Girl.
 

About Mary A. Monroe

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Mary Alice Monroe is the NY Times best-selling author of ten adult novels, including: The Beach House, Sweetgrass,and Skyward. The sequel to The Beach House, Swimming Lessons, released by MIRA Books is the inspiration for Mary Alice's first children's book, Turtle Summer: A Journal for my Daughter, a companion book to that adult novel. Monroe draws themes for her books from nature and the parallels with human nature and she is actively involved with several environmental groups. She is on the board of the South Carolina Aquarium (home of the SC Sea Turtle Hospital). Her experiences with wildlife provide the inspiration for her novels and children's book. Her books are sold worldwide.
 
Published March 23, 2011 by Authorhouse. 176 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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