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snitch

peter corradi

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ISBN 10: 1442112433 / ISBN 13: 9781442112438
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2010
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: snitch

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Snitch is a gripping novel of a young adult who is the sole witness to a brutal crime committed by fellow school mates and is faced with a moral dilemma. caught between the iron fist of peer pressure and the pull of societal mandates he is an adolescent in distress, compounded by a home life that is broken and dysfunctional. Does he remain silent and let this heinous crime go unpunished or does he step forward and be targeted as the worst of all possible things--- a SNITCH? From the exuberance and joy that young people feel to the plummeting mood swings and insecurities, SNITCH captures adolescence with a you-are-there feel. Loosely based on a true story and actual events it is filled with plot twists and turns that are gauranteed to have you on the edge of your seat. SNITCH is as timely as it is thrilling and an absorbing read for young adults. It gets into the mind and heart of adolescence to tell a story of a real moral sruggle.SNITCH is as relevant as it is compellingly entertaining.

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Peter Corradi worked with young adults and the adolescent for close to four decades. He was the principal of a junior high school, middle school and elementary school for over twenty years. Along with his years in public education Mr. Corradi was an adjunct professor at Long Island University, the Assistant Director of the Neighborhood Youth Corps. In New York City, an educational columnist for the Bronx Home News, and a beloved youth mentor and advocate. His broad experience working with youth gives his novel a startingly authentic tone.

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