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Graciela, No One's Child
     

Graciela, No One's Child

by Grace Banta
 
Graciela, No One's Child is a candid, powerful and evocative account of the author's life beginning in Brooklyn, New York and her abduction to Mexico as an infant. Grace vividly describes the extremes she experienced from time spent with Nobel Prize laureate, Gabriela Mistral, to years of slavery in the Mexican hill country of Jalapa. She brings to life harrowing,

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Graciela, No One's Child is a candid, powerful and evocative account of the author's life beginning in Brooklyn, New York and her abduction to Mexico as an infant. Grace vividly describes the extremes she experienced from time spent with Nobel Prize laureate, Gabriela Mistral, to years of slavery in the Mexican hill country of Jalapa. She brings to life harrowing, narrow escapes as she constantly pursues her quest to find her family and to return to the country of her birth. The reader will be richly rewarded by the inspiration found in Grace's numerous examples of strong faith, hope, courage, and determination as she repeatedly encounters seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781519437440
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
01/05/2016
Pages:
236
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)

Meet the Author

Born in Brooklyn, New York and taken illegally to Mexico as an infant, Grace Banta lived her formative years in Mexico. She met and married her husband in Hawaii; they now live in Florida. They have two grown children and three grandchildren.
Graciela, No One's Child is also available in Spanish as Graciela, hija de nadie.

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