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Raymond's Run

Summary: Toni Cade Bambara's inspiring short story, "Raymond's Run" proves the adage that "you can't judge a book by its cover." Squeaky is a ten-year-old tomboy who keeps a constant eye on her older yet mentally disabled brother. While Squeaky loves to run, shows a tough veneer, and doesn't make many friends, Bambera also shows Squeaky's more private softer side, proving that she is just as good as any other girl.
The Unique Girl

How often do you see a girl who loves running, and wherever you go, you'll see her little brother Raymond, prancing around, pretending to drive a stage coach? Well, in the story of Raymond's Run by Toni Cade Bambara, a unique girl called Squeaky isn't like every other ten year old girl. She doesn't go around spinning on her tippy toes or playing the scales on a piano back and forth. Instead she has more of a boy's attitude.

Average girls like to play piano, do ballet, study, and act feminine. This type of girl you could find them almost anywhere, from supermarkets to umpire state building. Though Squeaky is entirely the opposite, and in my opinion it's alright. Since all girls is unique in a different way, if everybody is exactly the same, think how dull the world could be. Like me, I always...

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