5 edition of Alfredo and his dream found in the catalog.
Alfredo and his dream
Ethel Westmark Bailey
by Nazarene Pub. House
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Journalist Alfredo Corchado provides an opportunity in his latest book, Homelands: Four Friends, Two Countries, and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration. In it, he shares the experience of coming to America using his own story and those of three friends; Corchado follows them over the course of three decades."/5(11).
In this gripping memoir, Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa tells his amazing life story--from his impoverished childhood in the tiny village of Palaco, Mexico, to his harrowing border crossing and his transformation from illegal immigrant to American citizen and gifted student at the University of California at Berkeley and at Harvard Medical School/5().
Internationally acclaimed by the critics, Dr. Alfredo Rolando Ortiz is a CONCERT ARTIST, COMPOSER, AUTHOR, EDUCATOR and GOLD RECORD WINNER RECORDING ARTIST.
His performances for audiences of all ages and backgrounds are unforgettable music experiences with exciting Latin American rhythms, traditional, classical and popular music as well as his. Journalist Alfredo Corchado provides an opportunity in his latest book, Homelands: Four Friends, Two Countries, and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration.
In it, he shares the experience of coming to America using his own story and those of three friends; Corchado follows them over the course of three decades."Brand: Bloomsbury Publishing. By Alfredo Corchado Bloomsbury $27; pages. Eventually, his parents would build a life beyond the fields in the United States.
They moved to. "Offering a balance of honest personal anecdotes and clear-eyed assessment, Corchado reveals what immigration is truly about.
A book like this doesn't happen often." - Gary Soto, author of The Elements Of San Joaquin "Alfredo Corchado's soul is fondly and firmly rooted in both the U.S.
and his native Mexico. This is, hands-down, the only dream-interpretation book that has made any sense to me. Betty Bethards (now deceased, I believe) writes that she channeled and communicated with her spirit guides to de-mystify almost common dream symbols/5.