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Las Niñas: A Collection of Childhood Memories. By Sarah Rafael García

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Las Niñas portrays common situations that immigrant families can relate to through their own process of cultural assimilation. Each chapter is a different childhood memory celebrating Latino culture, life and change through humor and self-reflection. Its creative style and unique display of a child's perception will entice many generations of readers and provide insights on the possible challenges that many recent immigrants face with their family's new generation in America.
Part Number: 978-1-888205-09-1
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Feature: Latina biography
Feature: Latino literature
Feature: Latina Fiction
Feature: Mexican American barrio life
Feature 5 Hispanic literature
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Las Niñas: A Collection of Childhood Memories. By Sarah Rafael García ISBN: 978-1-888205-09-1  $19.95

     Las Niñas is a collection of autobiographical childhood memories of three Mexican-American sisters. It recounts their struggles while being raised as the first generation born in America of their Mexican family. Las Niñas portrays common situations that immigrant families can relate to through their own process of cultural assimilation. Each chapter is a different childhood memory celebrating Latino culture, life and change through humor and self-reflection. Its creative style and unique display of a child's perception will entice many generations of readers and provide insights on the possible challenges that many recent immigrants face with their family's new generation in America. The childhood memories lightly touch on issues of immigration, learning English as a second language and assimilating into the American culture. Las Niñas reveals the most humorous, intimate and traumatic events that occurred as Sarita, Chuchen and Nini grew up in their family's new country, ultimately providing the foundation for surviving their father's death at such a young age. The bond among the three sisters allows the reader to feel their family's pride and growth in a dual culture. Nevertheless, the reader's own entertainment and personal relevance will be the greatest contributor to Las Niñas' popularity and triumph.

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