How refreshing to read a memoir of a magical
childhood where parents are loved and respected.
Robyn Scott proves you do not have to come from a
dysfunctional family to tell a great story. And this
book is all about stories. Twenty-eight chapters of
stories of three generations and the lives they have
chosen to live in one of Africa's most beautiful
There is the story of Botswana with diamond mines, a new democracy and the devastation of AIDS.
There is Grandpa Ivor's story. An irascible yet charming World War II veteran of the South African Air Force who lives in a run-down home with the remains of a broken Cessna in the yard. He was the personal pilot of the first President of Botswana (Sir Seretse Khama) and, during Robyn's ...
Blood at the Root
"A gripping, timely, and important examination of American racism."
- PW Starred Review
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