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Tanuja Desai Hidier’s groundbreaking novel, Born Confused, was named an ALA Best Book for Young Adults and became a landmark work, recently hailed by Entertainment Weekly and RollingStone.com as a contender for one of the best YA novels of all time.
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Born in 1918 at Bolenge in the Belgian Congo, the daughter of American missionaries, Bonjenji (Erva Zuckerman) experiences two very different worlds as she grows up in the era between two World Wars. By the time she is twelve, she will say goodbye to Africa and travel around the world, arriving in Washington, D.C. in 1931. Her parents look forward to going home, but she is leaving the only.
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I remember when I first found Tanuja Desai Hidier’s young adult novel Born Confused. It was 2002, and I snatched it off a book exchange table before it could turn out to be a mirage. Finally, a book about a girl like me! I could relate so much to Dimple’s parents’ particular brand of criticism and demands and Dimple’s own burgeoning interest in her inherited culture while not giving.