We Beat the Street

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We Beat the Street is an American autobiography aimed at young adults written by The Three Doctors and award-winning author Sharon M. Draper in April 21, 2005. It was a New York Times bestseller[citation needed] and was praised by many book critics.[1]

The novel shares the experiences of Dr. Sampson Davis, Rameck Hunt, and George Jenkins as well as other professional authors.

Though the book has a completely different theme, it has a major similarity and reference to The Pact (a longer and more notable award-winning novel).

The Bond was another companion book, published by the Penguin Group instead of the usual Riverhead Books.


  1. ^ Draper, Sharon; Dr. Sampson Davis; Dr. Rameck Hunt; Dr. George Jenkins (April 20, 2006). We Beat the Street. Puffin. ISBN 978-0-14-240627-4.