Ballad of the Ghetto Child: Bailey's Song

eBook (PDF), 65 Pages
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In this inspiring novella, Bailey Morrison struggled to find out who she was; living what seemed like two socially different lives. The streets of Chicago helped create the tough skin she needed to survive and her private school education gave her the tools she needed to deal with life professionally. Bailey tried her best to avoid living the life that she had seen so many women close to her live. She did everything she could to evade becoming a statistic. Still, she struggled with many of the same issues; family problems, relationship issues, domestic violence, and so much more. Bailey’s story is one of trials, tribulations, and triumph. Ballad of the Ghetto Child is sure to make you laugh, cry, and appreciate life. Most importantly it is sure to inspire all young women trying to find out who they are through trial and error.
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September 28, 2011
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