Winnie Barringer’s best friend, Iggie, has moved away. How is Winnie going to make it through summer vacation?
Then the Garber family moves into Iggie’s House, and Winnie is thrilled. The problem is, not everyone is as welcoming as Winnie.
Praise for Iggie's House…
"The purpose is worthy, and the most perceptive aspect of the book is the interpretation of the reaction of the black family."--Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books.