Isaiah has a black mother and a white mother. They both love him very much. But only one can keep him. . . . "A lovely book--warm and compassionate. Reading it, I was reminded of Kramer vs. Kramer . . . it tore my heart out".--Eileen Goudge, author of Garden of Lies.
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Using his major combatants in this novel that explores the complexities of interracial adoption, Margolis tries to manipulate the reader's emotional and ethical responses to this difficult issue ... Read full review
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