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Sixteen-year-old Bobby and his girlfriend, Na, had planned to put their baby, Feather, up for adoption, but Feather becomes impossible to relinquish.
MacArthur Fellow Angela Johnson is the prolific and award-winning author of several books for children, including Toning the Sweep, which was a Coretta Scott King Award winner, a School Library Journal Best Book, and a Booklist Editor's Choice. Her first novel for Simon and Schuster, Heaven, was also a recipient of the Coretta Scott King Award. Her poetry collection, The Other Side, and her picture book, When I Am Old with You, have both received Coretta Scott King honors. Her most recent additions to the Simon and Schuster list are I Dream of Trains and Just Like Josh Gibson.