“What resonates most within these essays is Dungy’s self-awareness: She knows who she is and how her identities impact how she’s perceived. If you’ve been searching for an Eat, Pray, Love-esque memoir that isn’t exploitative, Guidebook to Relative Strangers is definitely worth your time.”
“Forthright, entertaining, often potent essays that successfully intertwine personal history and historical context regarding black and white in America.”
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ELLE Magazine names Guidebook to Relative Strangers in a list of
24 Best New Books to Read This Summer
Guidebook to Relative Strangers: Journeys Into Race, Motherhood and History.
Published on June 13
If you want Camille to sign your copy, be sure to leave a note in your purchase order with the desired name. I’ll run over to the bookstore and be sure to personalize your book for you!