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I Like You But I Love Me by Common
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This book is for ages 9-12. Kare is a young South African boy who falls for a girl named Free. When he begins to change himself in order to gain her affection, he learns a very important lesson about self-love.

Author Biography

Common is a Grammy award-winning artist widely recognized as one of the most gifted lyricists in hip hop. The critical success of his debut album, Can I Borrow a Dollar? (Relativity) established him as one of the leading voices of ""conscious rap"" music. With the breakthrough success of his recording, Like Water for Chocolate (MCA) and the hit singles, ""The Light"" and ""Love of My Life,"" Common has achieved international acclaim and a devoted fan base. His latest endeavor, Be, received four Grammy nominations, including Best Rap Album. Common is the Founder and President of the Common Ground Foundation which provides support to children with AIDS world-wide. The foundation is also dedicated to students pursuing careers in the Arts. As a spokesperson for Viacom and the Kaiser Family Foundation, Common's voice has reached millions in the fight against AIDS. As one of the most respected emcees in hip hop history, Common encourages youth of all ages, not only to respect a foundation of hip hop, poetry/spoken word, but also to strengthen their power through reading. Common hopes his books will inspire children to think, write, and own the power of their own voice. Common is a native of Chicago's South Side. Lorraine West received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Fashion Institute of Technology with a focus in Illustration. West has a talent for finding unique ways to express intense human emotions and illustrated The Mirror and Me and I Like You, But I Love Me, for Hip Hop Schoolhouse. She is a painter, sculptor, jewelry designer, educator, and mentor dedicated to expressing truth, vision, and beauty through various artistic mediums. Lorraine integrates her art and design skills into the classroom by traveling to schools in New York City and the New England area, motivating young students to follow their artistic passions. Her imaginative jewelry designs have been featured in Elle, Essence, Vibe, and Organic Style.
Release date NZ
July 14th, 2006
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Illustrated by Lorraine West
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Hip Hop School House
Pages
36
Dimensions
155x230x3
ISBN-13
9780976867418
Product ID
1840879

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