What's Mine and Yours
Naima Coster’s beautiful second novel is a family saga set against the landscape of a small Southern city as two seemingly different families are bonded together over the course of their lives.
When a public school on the poorer side of the county closes, students begin to join their peers at a much higher-performing school that is nearly all white — setting into motion a chain of events that tie them all together in unexpected ways. Although the schools were never officially segregated, controversy and panic splits the town as the schools integrate. As this brings the two families together, the bonds between the families and the bonds within them become complex, deep, and inextricably knotted, and will echo for generations.
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