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Birdie/Jesse tries to find her niche in this new world of eye shadow and gossip and boys, but she also wants to remain true to herself and find a common ground between her white and black heritage. She sets out to find her sister and reconnect with that part of her that has been lost for so long; the search takes her far from the settled, safe life she had in New Hampshire to a far more ambiguous, and unsettled, existence, one in which her own definitions of herself become muddled, and her search for her sister leads ultimately to a search for her own true identity. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This is an amazing read. I downloaded it for my husband for a college class and stated it out of idle interest. That was 3 days ago.Published 1 month ago by Nancy Taylor
It was a refreshing change to read a book written in the late 1990s before iPhones, Google, and driving apps were available. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ahammerquilts
I had to read this book over the summer entering 11th grade. I was not disappointed. I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more books from Danny Senna.Published 3 months ago by Ido K.
a poignant perspective of racial inequality throughout the life of a "passing" white mixed girl running from her parents' mistakes until she takes her life into her own... Read morePublished 3 months ago by brandi bramblett
I just finished reading Caucasia and it was one of the best books I have ever read. I am recommending it to everyone. There were only two drawbacks in the book. Read more
I liked Caucasia a lot. It worked particularly well to follow The Glass Castle in our book group--interesting parallels. I am excited to hear the discussion in a couple weeks.Published 9 months ago by S. McCracken
Cole and Birdie reminded me so much of Paige and Pinch from More Like Wrestling (Danyel Smith)...Published 11 months ago by The Prissy Snob