Ginger Brown: Too Many Houses
When her parents get a divorce, six-year-old Ginger lives for a while with each set of grandparents and begins to understand her mixed background and her new family situation.
Family Relationships; Racial Diversity; Divorce; Interracial; divorced parents; interracial family; biracial child
African American / White
divorced mother and father
moving; living with grandparents; school; apartment; emotions; acceptance
Wyeth, Sharon Dennis; Wright, Cornelius Van; and Hu, Ying-Hwa, "Ginger Brown: Too Many Houses" (1996). DIVerse Families. 436.