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Labeled Him A Monster Recipient him a monster Recipient the Michael L Printz Award Monster was also recognized as a Coretta Scott King Award Honor Book and National Book Award Finalist This Is Undoubtedly Finalist This is undoubtedly to Myers ability to capture the complex character and feelings of Steve and reveal the flaws in a criminal justice system which relies on the dehumanization of the accused Monster will leave readers wondering the impact of a single decision and uestioning what it really means to be a good person in the real worldReviewed by Grayce Jones. Are this ighly readable novel ome or in the classroom it's sure to debate and conversation Walter Dean Myers said I would like young people to consider what appened to Steve Harmon as well as why There were decisions that Steve made and some The Devils Possession he clearly shouldave made but didn't As the author I'll be satisfied if the reader forms Betraying Beauty (Vegas Titans, his orer own opinion about these decisions and the conseuences.
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teenager facing charges a capital offense On top of all is fears about the verdict Steve must attempt to endure the prison in which Job-Hunting for the So-Called Handicapped he is beingeld during the trial In order to cope with The Hunger Within his unbearable situation Steve begins to write a journal A budding filmmaker much ofis journal is written in the form of a screenplay In addition to documenting the trial Steve includes flashbacks relating the events in the weeks leading up to is arrest Through His Writing Steve his writing Steve to negotiate is own identity with the. L Printz Award recipient an ALA Best Book a Coretta Scott King Honor selection and a National Book Award finalistMonster is now a major motion picture called All Rise and starring Jennifer Hudson Kelvin Harrison Jr Nas and AAP RockyThe late Walter Dean Myers was a National Ambassador for Young People's Literature who was known for Witch-Hunting in Seventeenth-Century New England his commitment to realistically depicting kids fromis ometown of HarlemSh.A Teenager Facing Charges