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Las Niñas Las Nias 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 Nias Portrays Common Situations That Immigrant Families Can Relate To Through Their Own Process Of Cultural Assimilation Each Chapter Is A Different Childhood Memory Celebrating Culture, Life And Change Through Humor And Self Reflection Its Creative Style And Unique Display Of A Child S Perception Will Entice Many Genres Of Readers And Provide Insight 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 Nias 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 Nias Popularity And Triumph Las Nias Represent An Honest And Heart Felt Account Of First Generation Latinas, American Born Girls, Who Grew Up In A Mexican Cultural Cocoon, To Open It And Converge In To Their Outgoing Personalities Into Middleclass Ethnic America The Authoress Provides A Most Candid And Enlightening Perspective Of Growing Up In America In The Latino Barrio Andrea Alessandra

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  • Paperback
  • 132 pages
  • Las Niñas
  • Sarah Rafael García
  • English
  • 01 March 2018
  • 1888205091

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  1. says:

    I finished reading Las Ni as A Collection of Childhood Memories by Sarah Rafael Garcia the night before I was to head out on a short trip to visit my father and tias aunts at El Paso, Texas I m glad I chose this one out of all my unfinished books It was the perfect read to get me in the mood for visiting family.In Las Ni as, Sarah recounts touching girlhood memories shared with her family of three sisters las ni as , their proud parents, and often times the extended family of cousins, aunt I finished reading Las Ni as A Co...


  2. says:

    Each memory reads like a short story It navigates the experience from a child s perspective but carries the reflection of an adult The book was very well written and it explored the issues that many immigrant families assimilating in America go through everyday Like most childhood memories, there were good times, bad times, and sometimes confusing moments My favorite part was when the girls were fighting each other over the bathroom due to diarrhea they got from peanut butter They called it Each memory reads like a short story It navigates the experience from a child s perspective but carries the reflection of an adult The book was very well written and it explored the issues that many immigrant families assimilating in America go through everyday Like most childhood memories, there were good times, bad times, and sometimes confusing moments My favorite part was when the girls were fighting each other over the bathroom due to diarrhea they got from peanut butter They called it peeing ...


  3. says:

    Great book by a talented writer Each memory reads like a short story It navigates the experience from a child s perspective but carries the reflection of an adult The book was very well written and it explored the issues that many immigrant families assimilating in America go through everyday Like most childhood memories, there were good times, bad times, and sometimes confusing moments My favorite part was when the girls were fighting each other over the bathroom due to diarrhea they got f Great book by a talented writer Each memory reads like a short story It navigates the experience from a child s perspective but carries the reflection of an adult The book was very well written and it explored the issues that many immigrant families assimilating in America go through everyday Like most childhood memories, there were good times, bad times, and sometimes confusing moments My favorite part was when the girls were fighting each other over the bathroom due to diarrhea they got from peanut butter They called i...


  4. says:

    Still reading it but they are such wonderful memories of sisters

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