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Give Me Some Truth by Eric Gansworth
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Give Me Some Truth

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Length 14 hours 20 minutes
Language English
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A powerful new book from Eric Gansworth, author of If I Ever Get Out of Here, that speaks the truth on race, relationships, and rock from two unforgettable perspectives. Carson Mastick is entering his senior year of high school and desperate to make his mark, on the reservation and off. A rock band -- and winning the local Battle of the Bands, with its first prize of a trip to New York City -- is his best shot. But things keep getting in the way. Small matters like the lack of an actual band, or the fact that his brother just got shot confronting the racist owner of a local restaurant. Maggi Bokoni has just moved back to the reservation from the city with her family. She's dying to stop making the same traditional artwork her family sells to tourists (conceptual stuff is cooler), stop feeling out of place in her new (old) home, and stop being treated like a child. She might like to fall in love for the first time too. Carson and Maggi -- along with their friend Lewis -- will navigate loud protests, even louder music, and first love in this stirring novel about coming together in a world defined by difference.

Eric Gansworth (Sˑha-weñ na-saeˀ) is Lowery Writer-in-Residence and professor of English at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, and was recently NEH Distinguished Visiting Professor at Colgate University. An enrolled member of the Onondaga Nation, Eric grew up on the Tuscarora Indian Nation, just outside Niagara Falls, New York. His debut novel for young readers, If I Ever Get Out of Here, was a YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults pick and an American Indian Library Association Young Adult Honor selection. He is also the author of numerous acclaimed books for adults as well as a visual artist. Please visit his website at ericgansworth.com.

Eric Gansworth (Sˑha-weñ na-saeˀ) is Lowery Writer-in-Residence and professor of English at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, and was recently NEH Distinguished Visiting Professor at Colgate University. An enrolled member of the Onondaga Nation, Eric grew up on the Tuscarora Indian Nation, just outside Niagara Falls, New York. His debut novel for young readers, If I Ever Get Out of Here, was a YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults pick and an American Indian Library Association Young Adult Honor selection. He is also the author of numerous acclaimed books for adults as well as a visual artist. Please visit his website at ericgansworth.com.

Brittany LeBorgne is a Montreal-based actor best known for her role as Zoe on Mohawk Girls, an award-winning comedy series for Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN.) Brittany grew up in Kahnawake, a Mohawk community on the south shore of Montreal. After gaining some acting experience in Kahnawake’s community theater group, she attended John Abbott College’s theater workshop program, and also holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Concordia University.

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