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Mira Jacob's touching, often humorous, and utterly unique graphic memoir takes readers on her journey as a first-generation American. At an increasingly fraught time for immigrants and their families, Good Talk delves into the difficult conversations about race, sex, love, and family that seem to be unavoidable these days.Inspired by her popular BuzzFeed piece 37 Difficult Questions from My Mixed-Raced Son, here are Jacob's responses to her six-year-old, Zakir, who asks if the new president hates brown boys like him; uncomfortable relationship advice from her parents, who came to the United States from India one month into their arranged marriage; and the imaginary therapy sessions she has with celebrities from Bill Murray to Madonna. Jacob also investigates her own past, from her memories of being the only non-white fifth grader to win a Daughters of the American Revolution essay contest to how it felt to be a brown-skinned New Yorker on 9/11. As earnest and moving as they are sometimes laugh-out-loud funny, these are the stories that have formed one American life.
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Conversations -Unlimed acces book

Mira Jacob's touching, often humorous, and utterly unique graphic memoir takes readers on her journey as a first-generation

American. At an increasingly fraught time for immigrants and their families, Good Talk delves into the difficult conversations

about race, sex, love, and family that seem to be unavoidable these days.Inspired by her popular BuzzFeed piece "37 Difficult

Questions from My Mixed-Raced Son," here are Jacob's responses to her six-year-old, Zakir, who asks if the new president

hates brown boys like him; uncomfortable relationship advice from her parents, who came to the United States from India one

month into their arranged marriage; and the imaginary therapy sessions she has with celebrities from Bill Murray to Madonna.

Jacob also investigates her own past, from her memories of being the only non-white fifth grader to win a Daughters of the

American Revolution essay contest to how it felt to be a brown-skinned New Yorker on 9/11. As earnest and moving as they

are sometimes laugh-out-loud funny, these are the stories that have formed one American life.

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