Buy this book. I can’t tell you just how incredibly well-written and honest it is! Buy it now. “StreetChild” by the incredibly inspirational Justin Reed Early.
“Street Child is not for the faint of heart.”
Nicole Broduer, THE SEATTLE TIMES (Article)
“Street Child is TRIUMPHANT! ”
Todd Holland, Multiple Emmy Award winning Director (30 Rock, Malcolm in The Middle)
“Prepare to be forever changed!”
Larry Flick, Host, SiriusXM Radio
About the book:
Street Child: A Memoir is the inspiring story of a young boy who escapes his increasingly dysfunctional and violent middle class home. Remanded into state custody at ten years old, he embarks on a journey through the foster care system only finding safety and solace from unlikely heroes on the seedy downtown streets of Seattle and San Francisco – where children are victims and victims are considered criminals. While dodging serial killers and predators, including a juvenile court judge who oversees his custody, these children develop familial bonds while protecting each other in an increasingly dangerous – yet invisible world. By telling these authentic stories with often times devastating outcomes, he articulates the stark reality of life on the streets for countless young people.
Many of the children in Street Child were featured in the movie STREETWISE which was nominated for an Academy Award.
Street Child is a journey no child should ever endure.
Street Child is a powerful depiction into these homeless children’s lives during their most desperate times of survival. Their sweet camaraderie, funny antics, and intimate relationships move your heart and soul into a new understanding and personalization of their noble plight.
Author Justin Reed Early cultivates hope while bringing new life to his childhood friends. The children portrayed in Street Child are authentic – the stories are real.
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