The Color Of Water-James McBride
James McBride's bestselling 1995 memoir describes his life growing up in a large, poor American-African family led by his white Jewish mother, a rabbi's daughter born in Poland who settled in Harlem to marry a black Baptist preacher and raise 12 children.
Publisher: Riverhead Books 1997 291 pages
USED PAPERBACK in Very Good condition with light discoloration to page edges
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