Clay Hills
Clay Hills

Clay Hills and Mud Pies. By Annie Mary Pérez.

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These are memories of a youth sleeping in abandoned houses, riding the rails as a youth, serving in World War II, and his future wife growing up on a dairy farm in Mesilla, New Mexico during the Depression. It includes early memories of picking cotton as a child.
Part Number: 978-1481184809
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Feature: Latino literature
Feature: Latino Fiction
Feature: Mexican American barrio life
Feature 5 Hispanic literature
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Clay Hills and Mud Pies. By Annie Mary Pérez. ISBN 978-1481184809. $14.95.

Skeletons abound in this revealing but poignant biography recounting a Mexican American family’s one hundred year history in the United States. Three Memoirs in one, this San Diego Book Awards Finalist is rich with Mexican folklore and Americana. It includes early memories of sleeping in abandoned houses, working for his aunt, who was a bootlegger, riding the rails as a youth, serving in World War II, and finally, marrying her mother in February of 1946. In Book Two she describes her mother’s life growing up on a dairy farm in Mesilla, New Mexico during the Depression. It includes early memories of picking cotton as a child and the first of a series of prophetic dreams.

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