"While this topic may not be on most tweens' radar, the kinds of problems addressed, from unfair curfews to unsafe streets, are surely familiar to many, and the book's straightforward examination may empower them to take positive action. (glossary, index) (Nonfiction. 10-14)"
Dyer believes that kids have an important stake in how public space is used because they do not have their own truly private spaces.
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