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Neufeld, John. "Review." New York Times Book Review (January 26, 1969): 26. The review praises Hunter's vivid description of the inner city but finds the book's ending unrealistic and contrived.

Sutherland, Zena. "Review." Saturday Review (October 19, 1968): 37. This review identifies Lou's struggle to achieve self-acceptance as a central theme in the novel.

Thompson, Judith, and Gloria Woodard. "Black Perspective in Books for Children." In The Black American in Books for Children, edited by Donnarae MacCann and Gloria Woodard.

Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1972.

This brief commentary applauds Hunter's depiction of inner city culture from a black point of view.

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