What’s That Book? Torn Between Worlds by Nancy Blodgett Klein

Darlene Foster, a Canadian published writer of many children’s books, is recommending my new book, Torn Between Worlds.

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Title: Torn Between Worlds 

Author: Nancy Blodgett Klein

Genre: Young Adult Fiction

What’s it about? A story about a 12-year-old Mexican girl who, with her father, comes to the United States illegally, in search of a better life. Isabel´s sixth-grade teacher suggests she keep a journal, where she can pour out the feelings she used to share with her mother. She encourages her to take the newspaper home to improve her English and learn about world events and politics. Isabel is horrified by the events that take place on September 11, 2001 in the US, witnesses a political demonstration in Oaxaca, Mexico where people are killed, and is forced to flee to Madrid, Spain to keep her and her mother safe from…

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