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The Other Half of My Heart


  03:12:00 am by dkarlin, Categories: Book
The Other Half of My Heart

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When Minerva and Keira King were born, they made headlines: Keira is black like Mama, but Minni is white like Daddy. Together the family might look like part of a chessboard row, but they are first and foremost the close-knit Kings. Then Grandmother Johnson calls, to invite the twins down South to compete for the title of Miss Black Pearl Preteen of America. Minni dreads the spotlight, but Keira assures her that together they'll get through their stay with Grandmother Johnson. But when grandmother's bias against Keira reveals itself, Keira pulls away from her twin. Minni has always believed that no matter how different she and Keira are, they share a deep bond of the heart. Now she'll find out the truth.


Comment from: Shantalle Boateng [Visitor]
Shantalle Boateng

I love this book. Period <3333

10/28/13 @ 17:52
Comment from: Francine [Visitor]

hello fellow bloggers my name is Francine I find this book very fascinating the thing that catches my attention is that there twins but are two different colors they are very close but at the same time there very disconnected I find this book to be adventures and moving

02/25/14 @ 20:50
Comment from: Francine [Visitor]

I’m back to tell more from the inside of the other half of my heart keira and Minerva are now eleven years old and there grandmother is forcing them to entre in the black pearls of America pageant they agree to go but what they don’t know is that keria has a little stage fright what should she do stay tuned

02/25/14 @ 20:58
Comment from: Francine [Visitor]

the girls are now at their grand mothers house they are forced to sleep in the attic where heir mother once sleep as a girl I wish I was them right now I wont to experience what it fells like to have a twin and I wont to know how it fells to be born on an airplane

02/27/14 @ 20:37
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