Kinda Like Brothers
When his mother takes in a twelve-year-old foster boy, Jarrett is forced to share his room and his friends with the new boy.
Family Relationships; Foster Care; Single parent; foster home care; foster baby; foster child; foster siblings; foster mother; single mother
Black (African American)
Best Children's Books of the Year, 2015 Choices, 2015 Notable Children's Books, 2015 Grand Canyon Reader Award, 2017
Nominee Sasquatch Reading Award, 2017
mothers and sons; sharing rooms; basketball; patience; secrets; friendship; step team
Booth, Coe, "Kinda Like Brothers" (2014). Diverse Families. 596.