See No Color by Shannon Gibney

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Young Adult , Fiction

See No Color by Shannon Gibney

Title: See No Color
By: Gibney, Shannon
Published: 2015
Call #: YA Fiction Gibne.S

Alex was so sure of her life.  She did great in school, loved her adopted family and excelled at baseball.  When younger sister begins to question how Alex feels about being mixed when her family is white and then hands her a file her parents have been hiding everything begin to change.  From the file Alex finds not only her adoption information, but letters from her adoptive father.  Alex begins to question everything, where she really fits in – her white family pretending they don’t see the color of her skin isn’t right, but the black kids at school think she’s too white.  Alex doesn’t know who to turn to, or who can really understand what she’s going through. See No Color, sheds light on the transracial adoption experience and is a thought provoking read.


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