Forgotten Memories

Forgotten Memories

by Art Rodriguez


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Forgotten Memories by Art Rodriguez

Travel with Art Rodriguez as he takes you through his teenage years. You will see that even though life appears confusing and harsh at times, it does get better. You will enjoy his stories of growing up in San Jose, California. He will take you for a stroll and as he does, you will experience with him fun times and hard times. You will enjoy this sequel to East Side Dreams and Those Oldies but Goodies. Take a scroll with Art Rodriguez as he shows you, life does get better. If Art Rodriguez can make it, so can you! This story will help you get through life's difficult times!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780967155579
Publisher: Dream House Press
Publication date: 12/28/2006
Edition description: Revised
Pages: 166
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Art Rodriguez, San Jose, California was born and raised in San Jose. He owned a dumpster company and had sold it in 2005. He has written four books and translated one into Spanish.Art Rodriguez has been honored by The New York Library System to be on the "2001 Books for the Teenage List" for East Side Dreams. He was also given "The Mariposa Award-Best First Book" at the Latino Literary Hall of Fame. First place for young adult at the 2006 Latino Literary Hall of Fame. Art Rodriguez has written, East Side Dreams, The Monkey Box, Forgotten Memories and had East Side Dreams translated into Spanish, SueNos del Lado Este.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The autobiography Forgotten Memories by Art Rodriguez, the narrator Art reminisces about the good ol’ times in the streets of Los Angeles. He starts the book by envisioning a certain night in his past full of recklessness with his friend Philip, where he goes on about all his crazy adventures with his group “the wild boys”. This book reflects a journey with a troubled teen becoming a man, as well as how the juvenile court system works. I would personally give this book a four out of five because of how it engages reader in its honest context. I took a lot out of this novel like what it means to grow up with an abusive father and how it can affect you in the long run. I would recommend this book to teens everywhere who can relate to growing up in rough environments and becoming an adult too young.