Author speaks about life, family, culture to Grandview audience
There are 1 comment on the Daily Sun News - Sunnyside, Washington story from Apr 20, 2010, titled Author speaks about life, family, culture to Grandview audience. In it, Daily Sun News - Sunnyside, Washington reports that:
GRANDVIEW - Ten years ago, Elva Trevino Hart wrote a book about her childhood as a migrant, called Barefoot Heart.
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#1 Apr 26, 2010
i rosemary gonzalez am the daughter roberto and
and juanita gonzalez we now reside in corpus
christi texas all of our family now lives here
i am happy you wrote a book about migrants i have
not read it yet but very proud to here you did it
we were migrants also but now we changed are lives
educated ourselves we now own our little chain of tamales shops stores in corpus christi tx check
out on www, grannys hot tamales. good luck and keep up the good work it is never to late to succeed in life.
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