A Voyage From Cambodia in 1975Book - 2001
They left their homelands during the worst moments in history-and arrived in America ready to reach for their dreams. These are their stories…Dear Nary,I can't believe all that has happened since I last saw you. I met my father's family for the first time ever! We have so much fun together. My aunt and my cousin Kathy took me shopping, and the other day I ate fried chicken! I've never tasted anything so good.But I can't forget about the horrible things I saw before I left Cambodia. All those poor, injured children we cared for in the refugee camp…And the worst thing is, Grandmother says I probably won't see my father ever again. But I know in my heart that I will. I just know it!If I close my eyes and think really hard, I can almost imagine that you are here in Ohio, too. Maybe someday you will be…Your friend, Chantrea
Publisher: New York : Berkley Jam Books, 2001.
Branch Call Number: J FICTION Pastore Clare
Characteristics: 184 p. ;,21 cm.
Alternative Title: Chantrea Conway's story
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