By Jim Wooten
With great heart, ABC News correspondent Wooten tells the story of Nkosi Johnson, the South African boy who became a lightning rod for change in a country that was largely denying the AIDS problem. At 8, Nkosi became the first HIV-infected child to attend public school; at 11, he was a fund-raiser for AIDS causes. Even stronger than Nkosí's tale is the case Wooten makes for the connection between apartheid's destruction of black families and the escalating AIDS epidemic. This is a book not to be missed.