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I M An Immigrant Too

Author : Mem Fox
ISBN : 1534436022
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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From beloved Australian author Mem Fox comes a timely picture book about how all of our lives are enriched by the vibrant cultural diversity immigrants bring to their new communities. What journeys we have travelled, from countries near and far! Together now, we live in peace, beneath the Southern Star. Inspired by the plight of immigrants around the world, Mem Fox was moved to write this lyrical and rhyming exploration of the myriad ways immigrants have enriched her home country of Australia. Young readers everywhere will see themselves—and their friends and neighbors—in this powerful and moving picture book.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

My Life As An Immigrant

Author : Pebbles Frederick
ISBN : 9781469164823
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 71.99 MB
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Searching for jobs to survive without a green card and trying to nd help as an immigrant. Then desperation comes in when you meet the wrong guy thinking he is going to help you. Watching someone run away with your money when you thought they are helping you le for you proper documents. Having to get arrested by the FBI and sleeping in a jail cell was a nightmare, then comes this tall handsome man into my life and offered to be my husband best man.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Nuestras Voces Latino Plays Volume Two

Author : Marcelo Rodriguez
ISBN : 9781300222996
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 36.78 MB
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Two new US Latino/a plays from venerable theatre company Spanish Repertory Theatre and its MetLife Foundation Playwriting Competition. This bilingual edition collects the plays WILD IN WICHITA and LETTERS TO A MOTHER.
Category: Fiction

Hope And Tears

Author : Gwenyth Swain
ISBN : 9781629791784
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 49.49 MB
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An original collection of voices, filled with hope and tears, chronicles the history of Ellis Island and the people it served. Indians, settlers, immigrants, inspectors, doctors, nurses, cooks, and social workers all played a big part in that history. Author Gwenyth Swain reimagines the lives of those who landed, lived, and worked on the island through fictional letters, monologues, dialogues, and e-mails, basing them on historical documentation and real-life people. In doing so, she creates a moving picture of their struggles and triumphs. Illustrated with poignant and affecting photographs, this is a unique exploration of Ellis Island's history. Includes further resources, bibliography, and source notes.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Multicolored Memories Of A Black Southern Girl

Author : Kitty Oliver
ISBN : 9780813147581
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A telling memoir by an exciting new voice, Multicolored Memories of a Black Southern Girl explores journalist Kitty Oliver's coming of age as she makes the crossing from an all-black to a predominantly white world. Born and raised in an all-black area of Jacksonville, Florida, Oliver was one of the first African American freshmen to enter the University of Florida. Though she chronicles the strains of her transition from Jim Crow to desegregation, this book is much more than a memoir of the turbulent sixties. It is an upbeat journal of self-discovery in the aftermath of that decade, a look at one woman's coming to terms with living an integrated life in America. With humor, poignancy, and lyrical language (reminiscent at times of another Florida writer, Zora Neale Hurston), Oliver shares her passage from the "old world" to the new -- an immigrant's journey indicative of the American experience. Blending past and present, she searches for roots from the Gullah or "Geechee" culture of South Carolina to the urban streets of northern Florida to the multicultural mix of South Florida's diverse ethnic cultures, serving up family stories with large helpings of southern "folktalk," food, and music along the way.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

My Life As An Immigrant

Author : Diana Frederick
ISBN : 9781468507874
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 66.11 MB
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searching for jobs to survive without a green card and trying to find help as an immigrant . then desperation comes in when you meet the wrong guy thinking he is going to help you. watching someone run away with your money when you thought they are helping you file for you proper documents. having to get arrested by the FBI and sleeping in a jail cell for a night was nightmere,then comes this tall handsome man into your love and happen to stand by your husband side as his best man.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

How To Survive America

Author : Steven Fazekas
ISBN : 9781481774727
Genre : Social Science
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While this book is intended for people who wish to immigrate to America, others like: visitors, businessmen and tourists can also benefit from its guidance. Indeed it is a guidebook, a self-help ‘how to do’ that is essential for everyone wanting to know the real America. The author is a seasoned immigrant who had lived in many countries (as an immigrant) prior to coming to America. That experience enabled him to contrast the good, the bad, the ugly and the in-between with the dreams, expectations and illusions of new immigrants coming to this country. Based on personal experiences from the beginning to the end, this book is a must read for all immigrants and visitors coming to America.
Category: Social Science

An American Immigrant S History

Author : Albert Szabo
ISBN : 9781434918765
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A heartwarming tale of human resilience and strength, An American Immigrant¿s History retells the story of Albert Szabo and his wife Edith and their fight against the effects of Hitler and Stalin. Starting in Hungary, the couple must find a way to move west, and they start their quest for the United States. Many obstacles stand in their way, including the constant threats of wars, bombing, and Nazi guards. All the while, the couple finds strength in their stable relationship and the love they have for one another. Using their skills to trick and manipulate guards, the two of them make their way from one city to the next, always maintaining their desire to move west in search of safety and freedom. Forced to do hours of painstaking manual labor, they are often times challenged physically and mentally with the threat of injury or death always lurking close to them. Denied basic human rights, the two of them continually cling to each other and to one of their very few personal items, an alarm clock named Ruthy. Told from the personable and humorous point of view of Albert Szabo, An American Immigrant¿s History captures the detailed story of two individuals who have been misplaced under leaders who do not care about them. With a desire to survive and an insatiable appetite for freedom, Albert and Edith fight their way across the globe in the ultimate story of survival.
Category: Biography & Autobiography