Dreams from My Father (Adapted for Young Adults): A Story of Race and Inheritance New

by Canongate (author)

Suitable for 12 - 13 years

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A revealing portrait of a young Black man asking questions about self-discovery and belonging – long before he became one of the most important voices in America.

The son of a white American mother and a Black Kenyan father, Obama was born in Hawaii, where he lived until he was six years old, when he moved with his mother and stepfather to Indonesia. At twelve, he returned to Hawaii to live with his grandparents. Obama brings readers along while facing the challenges of high school and college, living in New York, becoming a community organiser in Chicago, and travelling to Kenya. Through these experiences, he forms an enduring commitment to leadership and justice. Via the lens of his relationships with his family – the mother and grandparents who raised him, the father he knows more as a myth than as a man, and the extended family in Kenya he meets for the first time – Obama examines the complicated truth of his father’s life and legacy and comes to embrace his own divided heritage.

On his journey to adulthood from a humble background, he forges his own path by trial and error while staying connected to his roots. Barack Obama is determined to lead a life of purpose, service and authenticity. This powerful memoir will inspire readers to reflect on both where they come from and where they are capable of going.

Product Details

Catalogue number

403 in EU Teen November 2021

ISBN

9781838857202

Publisher

Canongate Books Ltd

Date published

October 7th, 2021

Other details

  • 320 pages

Condition

New

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