Raymons Run

Josh Huber-2 9/17/13

Read this very good book!

Have you ever wanted a really good book to read that is also insparational? well this is the book for you, it has obstacles for the characters to get over and is very exciting to read!


Raymonds run is electrifying!

You will not reget ever reading this! it could teach you to get over hard times in life!



Now some people like to act like things come easy to them, won’t let on that they

practice. Not me. I’ll high-prance down 34th Street like a rodeo pony to keep my

knees strong even if it does get my mother uptight so that she walks ahead like

she’s not with me, don’t know me, is all by herself on a shopping trip, and I am

somebody else’s crazy child. Now you take Cynthia Procter for instance. She’s

just the opposite. If there’s a test tomorrow, she’ll say something like, “Oh, I

guess I’ll play handball this afternoon and watch television tonight,” just to let you

know she ain’t thinking about the test.

A very good auther wrote this book!

Guarunteed to be a great read!

About the author

Bambara graduated from Queens College with a B.A. in Theater Arts/English Literature in 1959, then studied mime at the Ecole de Mime Etienne Decroux in Paris, France. She also became interested in dance before completing her master's degree in American studies at City College, New York (from 1962), while serving as program director of Colony Settlement House in Brooklyn. She has also worked for New York social services and as a recreation director in the psychiatric ward of Metropolitan hospital. From 1965 to 1969 she was with City College's Search for Education, Elevation, Knowledge-program. She taught English, published material and worked with SEEK's black theatre group. She was made assistant professor of English at Rutgers University's new Livingston College in 1969, was visiting professor in Afro-American Studies at Emory University and at Atlanta University (1977), where she also taught at the School of Social Work (until 1979). She was writer-in-residence at Neighborhood Arts Center (1975–79), at Stephens College at Columbia, Missouri (1976) and at Atlanta's Spelman College (1978–79). From 1986 she taught film-script writing at Louis Massiah's Scribe Video Center in Philadelphia


Hope you enjoy!