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A Mother’s Journey through the Eyes of Her Child

Children have unique ways of viewing the world, leaving smiles in the face and in the heart of many

New York, NY – WEBWIRE

The bond between a mother and her child is sacred; a mother will always do whatever is necessary to provide and care for their offspring. Children have extraordinary ways of perceiving the actions of their parents revealed through their curiosity and unworldly comments.

The book “¡Mamá, Cuéntame Porqué Viniste!: Mommy, Tell Me, Why Did You Come Here?” follows the story of an immigrant mother striving to provide her child with a life filled with the possibilities she did not have. The story is being told through the eyes of the child who wonders about why his mother decides to solve hardship by moving to another country. As the child wonders, his bond to his mother grows forever stronger and loving.

The stylistic design of this illustrated children story book may be simple; its simplicity is key to convey the developmentally sensitive message immigrant children and their families are waiting to hear: immigrant mothers and parents find courage in the love for their children to overcome the unthinkable and offer them safety and the promise of a future filled with hope.

¡Mamá, Cuéntame Porqué Viniste!: Mommy, Tell Me, Why Did You Come Here?
Written by Silvia Juarez-Marazzo
Paperback | $7.98
Copies of this short story book are available on Amazon, LitFire and other book retailers.

About the Author

Silvia Juarez-Mazarro is a licensed clinical social worker and is a nationally accredited Adlerian psychoanalyst. She has been awarded the 2014 Connecticut Infant Mental Health Association Jane C. Bourns Award.

Silvia’s passion is to help immigrant mothers integrate their superpowers into their motherhood. To share their amazing immigrant stories with their children and to strengthen their powerful family bond—these are the goals that Silvia Juarrez-Mazzaro has for all the mothers in the world.

This desire was aided thanks to the teachings of Dr. Ed Tronick, Dr. Alexandra Harrison, Marilyn Davillier and Dr. Dorothy Richardson, who continue encouraging her to share her simple but deeply healing illustrated children story books with immigrant mothers and immigrant families.

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 Illustrated Book
 Immigrant Children
 Silvia Juarez-marazzo

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