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Story of Immigrant Mothers Told in a Children’s Book

Author’s book aids Latin American mothers in explaining to their children the purpose of their migration to America.


Monroe, Connecticut – WEBWIRE
Mommy, Tell Me, Why Did You Come Here?
Written by Silvia Juarez-Marazzo
Mommy, Tell Me, Why Did You Come Here? Written by Silvia Juarez-Marazzo

Mommy, Tell Me, Why Did You Come Here? is a story of unconditional love and hope. Through this book, immigrant parents can better express their origin and motives for journeying to the United States. The concept of migration is difficult to explain among children, but this book definitely makes it a lot easier.

Mommy, Tell Me, Why Did You Come Here? is a cuento—a short illustrated story for children—by Silvia Juarez-Marazzo. The book encapsulates the various reasons why Latin American mothers go to the United States. It was displayed in LitFire’s booth during the Feria Internacional del Libro de Guadalajara. The event was from November 26 to December 4, 2016, at the Expo Guadalajara in Jalisco.

This enthralling story begins with an illustration of a mother holding a baby. It then progresses to the baby asking several questions about why his mother is in America. The story develops in a sensitive and heartfelt manner, revealing a variety of reasons as to why immigrants go to America. The reasons are centered on the safety, peace, and abundance offered by the United States.
 
Mommy, Tell Me, Why Did You Come Here? is a story of unconditional love and hope. Through this book, immigrant parents can better express their origin and motives for journeying to the United States. The concept of migration is difficult to explain among children, but this book definitely makes it a lot easier.
 
 
Mommy, Tell Me, Why Did You Come Here?
Written by Silvia Juarez-Marazzo
Paperback | $21.99
Kindle | $3.99                                                              
 
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com and other online book retailers.
 
 

About the Author

Silvia Juarez-Marazzo, 2014 Connecticut Infant Mental Health Association Jane C. Bourns Award recipient, is a licensed clinical social worker and nationally accredited Adlerian psychoanalyst.


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 Silvia Juarez-Marazzo
 Short Illustrated Story
 Latin American Culture
 Latin American Immigrants
 Christian Books


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