• Letters to a Young Sister

  • By: Harper Hill
  • Narrated by: Kevin R. Free
  • Length: 9 hrs and 30 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (44 ratings)

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Letters to a Young Sister

By: Harper Hill
Narrated by: Kevin R. Free
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Publisher's Summary

Winner of two NAACP awards for his writing, best-selling author Hill Harper is an acclaimed actor known for his role on CSI: NY. A Brown University and Harvard Law School alum, Harper is also a passionate public servant. In this book he offers comforting advice for today's youth through his own wisdom as well as that of such luminaries as Michelle Obama and Angela Bassett.
©2008 Harper Hill (P)2008 Recorded Books, LLC

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Keep writing young brother.

There is something remarkable about this young man. He has touched and saved many lives just as his Grandfather Dr. Hill touched and saved mine. May he continue and teach and to love and may more and more young brothers and sisters learn to emulate, not simply the words that he offers but the undeniable love and concern that is made evident by his powerful words.

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Good

I thought the book was great I loved it I hope I find a book that was good like this one

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Outstanding Read!

I recommend reading this book to every age female. I loved the great amounts of truth that was shared from Michelle Obama and Cera. Hill really took it deep.

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I must for every Black Young Sister...

This book is a I must for every Black Young Sister...especially if they do not have their Father in the their life full time and is giving her these kind of advise, guidance and nurturing. In fact, it should be a course in public school!

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Some truths here.

Yes, the book does at have some good information, but not enough to keep me listen.

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I absolutely love this book. its for all races

What did you love best about Letters to a Young Sister?

I am a 30 yr old listening to this book. i love this book but sometimes he gets a lil too PC and not realistic. I love the way he spoke about saving, that money is not for spending its for accumulating.

What about Kevin R. Free’s performance did you like?

I loved his performance. At times I forgot it wasnt Hill Harper reading to us.

What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

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