When Whitney's social worker takes her to Foster Home #12, Whitney is certain that the experience will be short-lived. She will be living in Northern California, in a small town surrounded by redwood trees. Most of the men in town are unemployed because logging regulations have caused the town logging company to lay off its workers. As a result, many of the families in town have taken on foster children as a means of income.
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Review of "Home, and Other Big Fat Lies," by Jill Wolfson