Author(s): Judy Blume
Winnie's best friend, Iggie, has just moved away - and Winnie's bored out of her mind without her. So she's determined to be friends with the new family, the Garbers, who've moved into Winnie's old house - especially Glenn, who's kind of cute. But certain people don't want the Garbers to be there, and have started a petition to get rid of them. You see Glenn and his family are black, and Grove Street is stuck in the past. And the toughest thing of all is that Winnie's terrified her parents might sign the petition - and there's nothing she can do to stop them. Iggie's House is a moving novel that tackles neighbourhood prejudice, from celebrated children's author, Judy Blume.
A sensitive yet honest novel about racism, and how you cope with knowing your parents are wrong - reissued with a fabulous new cover look.
For several decades Judy Blume has been winning legions of fans around the world with her stories. More than 82 million copies of her books have been sold, and her work has been translated into thirty-two languages. She receives thousands of letters every month from readers of all ages who share their feelings and concerns with her. Her much-loved books include Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret, Tiger Eyes and Forever, as well as adult novels Wifey, Smart Women and In the Unlikely Event. Judy lives on islands up and down the east coast of America with her husband.