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Title:
Brown Baby: A Memoir of Race, Family and Home
Written by:
Nikesh Shukla 
Read by:
Himesh Patel 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
8 hours 11 minutes 
Published:
March 01 2021 
Available Date:
March 01 2021 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781529068283 
Genres:
Non-fiction; Historical; Memoirs 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Macmillan audio 
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From Nikesh Shukla, the editor of The Good Immigrant, comes a motivating memoir that explores themes of racism, feminism, parenting and our shifting ideas of home.

How do you find hope and even joy in a world that is racist, sexist and facing climate crisis? How do you prepare your children for it, but also fill them with all the boundlessness and eccentricity that they deserve and that life has to offer? In Brown Baby, Nikesh Shukla explores themes of racism, feminism, parenting and our shifting ideas of home. This memoir, by turns heart wrenching, hilariously funny and intensely relatable, is dedicated to the author’s two young daughters, and serves as an act of remembrance to the grandmother they never had a chance to meet. Through love, grief, food and fatherhood, Shukla shows how it’s possible to believe in hope.

'So honest, I found myself, engulfed, consumed. I could feel myself in the room with Nikesh.'
Nadiya Hussain, author of The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters

'A wise and wonderful book from the hugely talented Nikesh Shukla.'
Meera Syal, award-winning author of Anita and Me

'Brown Baby is fizzing with humanity, life and light.'
Deborah Frances-White, The Guilty Feminist

'A masterpiece ... Exquisitely written and so empowering, this is the book on fatherhood I have been waiting to read my whole life.'
Nikita Gill

'Heartbreaking and brilliant.'
Rachel Edwards