Invisible Child

Invisible Child

“For children like Dasani, school is not just a place to cultivate a hungry mind. It is a refuge. The right school can provide routine, nourishment and the guiding hand of responsible adults.

But school also had its perils. Dasani was hitting the age when girls prove their worth through fighting. And she was her mother’s daughter, a fearless fighter.

She was also on the cusp of becoming something more, something she could feel but not yet see, if only the right things happened and the right people came along.”

I read this series months ago (five parts in all) and I still can’t get it out of my mind. I’m haunted by Dasani and her family, and by all the families like theirs.

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