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Pearson Media Group Approves of Judith Valles’ Collection of Native Original Proverbs

Beliefs passed from generation to another hold the foundation for most societies. The ones compiled in this book are as invaluable and could be used time and again that Pearson Media group has decided to sponsor it for writing a screenplay that will be submitted to top Hollywood film producers.

Anaheim, California – WEBWIRE
“As My Mother Would Say” by Judith Valles
“As My Mother Would Say” by Judith Valles

Pearson Media Group has long helped brilliant authors transmute visions and dreams into reality since 1990 by quickly adapting to or raising the standards in the film industry. Their success has skyrocketed over the last years and they plan to take on new heights this 2020 by working with top cinematographers in bringing various authors’ laudable works, such as this one, to television screens.
Judith Valles was the first Latina mayor of San Bernardino and her family has a long history of fighting against the racism and segregation of the brown people in San Bernardino. With that, the old wisdom she inherited is clear in her book.
As My Mother Would Say is about being raised in a conservative Mexican Family that valued the traditions and sayings of Mexico. The proverbs or “dichos” were a daily dose of teachings from Valles’ mother. Some might be absurd or unexplainable. They believed she made them up as situations arose and it was not until they began using the “dichos” as adults that other people they met could relate. People coming from close-knit communities can agree to this practice of passing down long-held beliefs from the elder to the youth.
While some of the “dichos” may not sound intellectual, they are amazingly cogent. They aren’t simply listed but even better, Valles’ gives a context on each one. They can even be applied to more specific undertakings like management and leadership.
Readers have pressured the author into writing a book to follow up with the story that details the struggles that their parents endured when they came to this country at the age of 12 and 14. According to Valles, there are more “dichos” that did not make it in the first book. The saying that has guided the author throughout her career has been “Lo cortés no quita lo valiente” which translates to “Courtesy does not take away your courage.” It takes courage be polite instead of telling some to go to Hell.
It’s a little book filled with great proverbs that will have you thinking. This is one of those that you can pick up anytime and read through more than once.
“As My Mother Would Say”
Written by Judith Valles
Published by Book Vine Press
Published Date: January 10, 2019
Paperback: $6.49
About the Author
Judith Valles, has over 45 years’ experience as an educator from teaching to college presidencies, the first Latina president of a college or university in California as well as the first Latina to be elected Mayor of a city with over 100,000 residents in the U.S. She has retired several times but has not been successful at it. She has been consulting and often called upon to be a speaker at different conferences. She lives in San Bernardino, California, her hometown.

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