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Golden Poppies From The Bestselling Author Of Yellow Crocus And Mustard Seed Comes The Empowering Novel Of Two Generations Of American Women Connected By The Past And Fighting For A Brighter Future It S Jordan Wallace And Sadie Wagoner Appear To Have Little In Common Jordan, A Middle Aged Black Teacher, Lives In Segregated Chicago Two Thousand Miles Away, Sadie, The White Wife Of An Ambitious German Businessman, Lives In Tolerant Oakland, California But Years Ago, Their Families Intertwined On A Plantation In Virginia There, Jordan S And Sadie S Mothers Developed A Bond Stronger Than Blood, Despite The Fact That One Was Enslaved And The Other Was The Privileged Daughter Of The Plantation S OwnerWith Jordan S Mother On Her Deathbed, Sadie Leaves Her Disapproving Husband To Make The Arduous Train Journey With Her Mother To Chicago But The Reunion Between Two Families Is Soon Fraught With Personal And Political ChallengesAs The Harsh Realities Of Racial Divides And The Injustices Of The Gilded Age Conspire To Hold Them Back, The Women Find They Need Each Other Than Ever Their Courage, Their Loyalty, And The Ties That Bind Their Families Will Be Tested Amid The Tumult Of A Quickly Changing Nation, Their Destiny Depends On What They Re Willing To Risk For Liberation

About the Author: Laila Ibrahim

My education and experience in multiracial, developmental psychology and attachment theory provide ample fodder for my novels My passion for early childhood education, child birth and religious education are reflected in my writing.I was the founder and director of Woolsey Children s School where I had first hand experience loving children that were not my own There are scenes in Yellow Crocus

10 thoughts on “Golden Poppies

  1. Chelsie Chelsie says:

    Such an amazing novel, and series The Golden Poppies is the third in the Lizabeth and Mattie series If you have not read Yellow Crocus and Mustard Seed you need to purchase and read them immediately before reading The Golden Poppies This series has followed and white woman and her family, as well as a black female and her life on the plantation, then as an escaped sl

  2. Kristie Kristie says:

    I m not sure why this series is not listed as a series This is the third book about Lisbeth and Mattie Yellow Crocus Lisbeth is born into privilege and Mattie is her enslaved wet nurseMustard Seed 1868, continues Lisbeth Mattie s storiesGolden Poppies 1894, the story continues with Lisbeth Mattie s children

  3. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    Her books are so easy to read, thorough enjoyment.

  4. Linda Linda says:

    I really enjoyed reading this engaging book To see the history of this 1890 s was great, especially viewing that history through the lenses of women of different races, ages and life experiences That it was set in part in Oakland my home made it especially meaningful.This is the third in a series of books about two intertwined families one black and one white, starting before the Civil War

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  6. Anita Anita says:

    A compelling believable historical novel of family, race and ethnic relationships told from the viewpoints of two women, one white, one black and the lasting bond that developed before the Civil War on a Southern plantation between their mothers, a white child and her slave nurse Against the backdrop of Oakland in the 1890 s, the women s suffrage movement, the racial tensions of Post Civil War America, the

  7. Emily.Stopergmail.Com Emily.Stopergmail.Com says:

    Laila Ibrahim displays in her fifth novel the same talent for telling a good story with moving characters that she showed in her earlier works Golden Poppies is a sequel to Yellow Crocus and Mustard Seed, extending the stories of Mattie and Lisbeth and their descendants It is the 1890s and they have all moved to Oakland, California, a very different setting from Virginia and Ohio where they lived earlier The linke

  8. Jamie Brydone-Jack Jamie Brydone-Jack says:

    This is the first book I have read by this author, and my goodness, what an incredibly beautiful and well written novel From the first pages, I was pulled right into the story and the lives of the four women that it covers There s something so poignant about a book that starts with death How can you not be drawn in and not care about the people who will be impacted by it The author s style is immersive we feel like we are

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