A personal memoir written by a grandmother to her granddaughter that will appeal to readers interested in personal accounts of immigration, particularly stories from the Philippines. It is about overcoming racial and gender discrimination, and making it in America, of being in love, and of the pain of losing a husband. In the end, it offers closure and continuation of the journey, dreaming new adventures and following a different road.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)|
About the Author
Metty Vargas Pellicer aka Fiameta Vargas, Fiameta Pellicer was born in the Philippines. English is a second language. Her first book was about her travel adventures, Hello, From Somewhere. She lives in Atlanta with Scarlett, her 27-year-old cockatiel who asks anyone who whistles to her, "Did you fart?".