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DeWandus Johnson author of Crc Baby Cry Or Not. This work of fiction is about a young girl raised by her mother, Jackie who happens to be deaf and mute. Jackie is angry at the world and takes it out on her daughter. Who in times turns to the streets and ends up hanging with the wrong crowd. DeWandus also was involved in the street life at a very young age, so he can relate to this book and it shows in his writing. The book comes to life right in front of you. DeWandus pours his soul into this book and it truly shows. I think you will find a conversation with him very fascinating.
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