The life story of a daughter, her parents, her grandparents, a teenage pregnancy, and a white dress that belonged to each of them. Her writing is tender, but strong, eloquently guiding the reader through the lineage of how hopes are born and sometimes dashed, how neighborhoods gentrify, how mistakes are made and lives are created. Red at the Bone is life-affirming and another incredible novel by Jacqueline Woodson. —Al Woodworth, Amazon Book Review
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