True Colors, by Natalie Kinsey-Warnock

True colorsSummary:  On a cold, wintry day in December of 1941, she was found wrapped in a quilt, stuffed in a kettle near the home of Hannah Spooner, an older townswoman known for her generosity and caring.  But Blue finds it hard not to daydream about her mother, and over the course of one summer, she resolves to finally find out who she is.  Her search leads her down a road of self-discovery that will change her life forever.

Alfred A. Knopf

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One Response

  1. This was a fun read. I liked Quilt Walk better. I could relate to the characters in this book, but the writing style was better in Quilt Walk. Also i have read a lot of books with this same plot and this is not the best one i’ve read. No for the Newbery.

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