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A Mother’s Unyielding Will For Her Child

A tale with the potential of transforming one’s outlook about immigrants worldwide.


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A powerfully emotional tale that provides its readers with a different take on the daily struggles of immigrants.
A powerfully emotional tale that provides its readers with a different take on the daily struggles of immigrants.

The relationship between a mother and her infant is worth preserving, this is because the bond between mother and child will always make the mother do anything and everything possible to provide for her children and take care of them. Children are precious and wonderful in the remarkable ways they perceive their parents’ behavior exposed by their interest and innocent observations.

“Mommy, Tell Me, Why Did You Come Here?” is a novel by therapist now author Silvia Juarez-Marazzo and it is a children’s book that has lessons and values that should be shared with every family, as it depicts the struggles of a mother’s efforts in raising a child in a foreign land. A powerfully emotional tale that provides its readers with a different take on the daily struggles of immigrants.

The stylistic nature of this illustrated children’s storybook is clear cut, but its simplicity is important as it conveys a developmentally sensitive message that migrant children and their families are waiting to hear.

Readers of this eye-opening novel have commented on a greater degree of respect for the immigrant communities worldwide and an increase in creating more powerful familial bonds with their children.

Mommy, Tell Me, Why Did You Come Here?
Written By      :           Silvia Juarez-Marazzo
Paperback        :           $9.90
E-Book            :           $2.99
Copies of this short story book are available on Amazon, Litfire, and other book retailers. Grab a copy of this children’s book to teach others about the hardships faced by immigrant families.
 
About the Author
Silvia Juarez-Marazzo is a certified professional social worker and a nationally certified Adlerian psychoanalyst. She was awarded the 2014 Connecticut Infant Mental Health Association Jane C. Bourns Award. Silvia’s passion is to help immigrant mothers incorporate a powerful bond within their families.
 


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 Silvia Juarez-marazzo
 Children’s Book
 Immigrant Families
 Parenting
 Childrens Fiction


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