By Julia Press Simmons
Begonia's carefree global has been became the wrong way up. pressured to turn into the top of her loved ones she has to exchange her paintbrush in for a switchblade, and her love of artwork right into a love affair with the hood. mendacity, stealing, and turning tips, Begonia will do any and every little thing she will be able to to guard her sisters from the ugliness of the realm. although, it is just not enough... while her more youthful sister Violet, eager to break out the hell her existence has turn into is seduced via an up and coming nook boy, and their child sister Daisy is riddled with ailment that may be deadly if no longer cared for, Begonia is stuck among the challenging knocks of the streets and the nightmare of her domestic lifestyles. From the significantly acclaimed writer of Strawberry Mansion comes the story of Begonia Brown. Raised within the unforgiving streets of North Philadelphia, Begonia Brown is unquestionably a fabricated from her surroundings, younger, ruthless, and criminally minded.
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She shook her head. Now that’s just stupid, Bee. Who in the hell are you going to get to buy that shit. The first of the month has come and gone, and all of those welfare checks are just as good as spent. Daisy was singing the Barney song by the time they arrived at Mrs. Lenora’s house. The door was open so Begonia walked right in. As usual the place was filled with the smell of good food and nice music. Mrs. Lenora stood at the sink washing dishes. Daisy wiggled and kicked so that Begonia could set her down.
Don’t worry about what I’m going to do, Vy. ” Chapter Two Violet headed downstairs to do what she was told. I feel just like one of those Ethiopian kids with the flies buzzing all around them, she thought. Her stomach growled as she dressed Daisy and continued to growl after she dropped her off at Ms. Lenora’s house. She headed straight to the diner. Oh my God, she thought as hunger pains tore through her stomach. She had to bite her bottom lip to keep from hollering out. The cramps stopped her in her tracks.
Ms. ” He brushed the back of his hand against Violet’s cheek, and she jerked her head away. ” “You don’t know me, Kyle. ” Kyle turned onto Ridge Avenue and parked right in front of Strawberry Mansion High. ” Violet was pissed. She was tired of everyone thinking she was an angel just because she didn’t cut the hell up like her sister. Her arms were folded tightly across her chest. I should have walked to school, she thought. Kyle turned the ignition off. “Let me find out you running things. ” He leaned back and pulled a pack of Newports out of his pocket, lit a cigarette and smiled.
Begonia Brown: A Philadelphia Story by Julia Press Simmons