January Black Book: See No Color by Shannon Gibney

The new year brings great new Black Books! Our pick for January is See No Color by Shannon Gibney. The debut novel by Gibney offers an unflinching look at the complexities of racial identity and belonging in the context of transracial adoption.

See No Color has received heaps of well-deserved praise, including being named a "Best Teen Book of 2015" by Kirkus Reviews.

Reserve See No Color at your local library, or pick up a copy at your local independent book store. Read along with us this month, submit your comments or question for our book club, and check out the conversation on the Jan. 28 Black Market Reads podcast.

Learn more about the Black Books community reading campaign.