In My Sister's House: A Novel

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And everyone is surprised that the new family is “colored.” But Dit is impressed with Emma’s intelligence and determination and he begins to reconsider his views about race and justice. Based on the real journey taken by the author’s great-aunt and great-grandmother, this exciting book recreates the hardships and adventures the two women faced as they learned to rely on each other and the kindness of strangers to find food and shelter along the trek.

Pages: 242

Publisher: One World/Ballantine (January 29, 2010)


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