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Told primarily from the point of view of Laurel's elder daughter, Charlotte, the novel shifts in time from the early 1990s to the founding of the institute in the 1930s to the present day. With language both beautiful and accessible, Greenidge examines that time in each person's life when we realize the things we thought were normal may be anything but.
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By N. Madsen on 04-12-16
I heard about this book listening to Heidi Durrow's podcast, The Mixed Experience. Ms. Durrow interviewed the author and I was intrigued. The idea of an African-American family raising a chimpanzee as a member of their family seemed unreal. This story is one of humor and sorrow. And, it is one that I wholeheartedly recommend.
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