I Am Living in 2 Homes (I Am Book)
James C. Webster
Twins Jay and Nia are children of two worlds and two homes. Readers can follow the siblings as they both address the difficulties of having parents who are no longer together and discover the benefits of having two very different homes to explore and enjoy.
Family Relationships; Racial Diversity; Biracial; Divorce; biracial children; mixed race; divorced parents; separate homes; two homes
male child; female child
African American / White
divorced mother and father
difficulties; twins; city life; country life; confusion; understanding; love
Beauvais, Garcelle and Jones, Sebastian A., "I Am Living in 2 Homes (I Am Book)" (2014). Diverse Families. 401.