Table of contents for We beat the street : how a friendship pact helped us succeed / by The Three Doctors (Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt) ; with Sharon M. Draper.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
					
Contents
Introduction
Chapter One: ?YOU DON?T HAVE TO CUT OFF MY FOOT, DO YOU?? (Sampson, age 6)
Hanging Tough: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
Chapter Two: ?OH MAN, YOU?RE IN TROUBLE AGAIN! (Rameck, age 9)
School Problems: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
Chapter Three: ?ISN?T THAT SCHOOL IN THE GHETTO?? (George, age 8)
Influential Teachers: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
Chapter Four: ?WE?RE GONNA JACK US SOME ICEES FROM JACK?S!? (Sampson, age 8)
Temptation and Its Consequences: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
Chapter Five: ?HOW MUCH DO YOU NEED?? (Rameck, age 12)
Dreams and Missed Opportunities: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
Chapter Six: ?ARE YOU GODZILLA OR KING KONG?? (George, age 11)
The Beginnings of a Dream: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
Chapter Seven: ?YEAH, MAN. THEY SAY THE DRIVER?S DEAD.? (Sampson, age 11)
Living and Dying on the Streets: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
Chapter Eight: ?I DON?T EVEN KNOW ANYBODY WHO WENT TO COLLEGE? (Sampson and George, age 12)
Entering Seventh Grade: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
Making Good Grades: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
Chapter Nine: ?YOU KIDS ARE GONNA GET YOURSELF KILLED? (Rameck, 9th Grade)
The Call of the Streets: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
Chapter Ten: ?WHAT?S UP WITH THAT? YOU THINK YOU BETTER THAN US?? (Sampson, 10th Grade)
So Easy to Fall into the Drug Scene: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
Chapter Eleven: ?A STICKY WEB OF BRIGHT PINK SILLY STRING ACROSS THE ASTONISHED TEACHER?S FACE? (Rameck, 11th Grade)
Foolishness and Understanding: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
Chapter Twelve: ?I THINK WE COULD DO ALL THIS?THE THREE OF US?TOGETHER!? (11th Grade)
The Beginning of the Pact: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
Chapter Thirteen: ?IF HE DIES, YOU GET CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER? (Rameck, 11th Grade)
Thanksgiving in Jail: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
Chapter Fourteen: ?HOW DO YOU PLEAD?? THE JUDGE ASKED. ?GUILTY, YOUR HONOR.? (Sampson, 12th Grade)
Never Again: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
Chapter Fifteen: NOT ONLY HAD THEIR SONS SURVIVED, BUT THEY WERE GOING TO COLLEGE (End of 12th Grade)
Strengthening the Pact: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
Chapter Sixteen: ?IT FEELS GOOD, MAN. I LIKE DOING PUSH-UPS WITH MY BRAIN? (Pre-College Summer Program)
The Possibility of Success: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
Chapter Seventeen: THE BOY?S NECK BENT IN AN ODD WAY, AND HIS BODY FELL LIMP (Freshman Year in College)
The End of Violence and the Start of Giving Back: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
Chapter Eighteen: ?YO, YO, YO! CHECK IT OUT! CHECK IT OUT!? (The RapYears)
Rap Stars?: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
Chapter Nineteen: ?FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE HIGH SCHOOL, THE THREE OF US WON?T BE TOGETHER? (End of College)
Hanging in There: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
Chapter Twenty: ?DRIVING WHILE BLACK? (Rameck, Medical School)
The Possibility of Losing the Dream: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
Chapter Twenty-One: ?SOMETIMES YOU GOTTA FAIL IN ORDER TO SUCCEED? (Sampson, Medical School)
Going Back to Where It All Began: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
Chapter Twenty-Two: ?TO FRIENDS? (Graduation from Medical School)
Conclusion

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Davis, Sampson.
Jenkins, George, 1973-.
Hunt, Rameck.
Youth with social disabilities -- New Jersey -- Newark -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
African American youth -- New Jersey -- Newark -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
African American physicians -- New Jersey -- Newark -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
Friendship -- Juvenile literature.
Success -- Juvenile literature.