I Am A Girl But Most Days I Feel Like A Question MarkMakeda June Kirkland Is Eleven Years Old, Adopted, And Black Her Parents And Big Sister Are White, And Even Though She Loves Her Family Very Much, Makeda Often Feels Left Out When Makeda S Family Moves From Maryland To New Mexico, She Leaves Behind Her Best Friend, Lena The Only Other Adopted Black Girl She Knows For A New Life In New Mexico, Everything Is Different At Home, Makeda S Sister Is Too Cool To Hang Out With Her Any And At School, She Can T Seem To Find One Real FriendThrough It All, Makeda Can T Help But Wonder What Would It Feel Like To Grow Up With A Family That Looks Like Me Through Singing, Dreaming, And Writing Secret Messages Back And Forth With Lena, Makeda Might Just Carve A Small Place For Herself In The World
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- 336 pages
- For Black Girls Like Me
- Mariama J. Lockington
- 01 February 2017 Mariama J. Lockington