Jacinto's vividly idiomatic, achingly honest first-person story of his move from his barrio in Puerto Rico to East Harlem...

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THEY CALL ME JACK: The Story of a Boy From Puerto Rico

Jacinto's vividly idiomatic, achingly honest first-person story of his move from his barrio in Puerto Rico to East Harlem establishes him as a tremendously warm and observant young person -- never merely a pipeline for sociological platitudes.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1973