Daydreams by Linda Amnawah

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Daydreams is the story of four girls who grow up in a poor urban environment. The piece begins when they enter the first grade in their local parochial school. Their lives evolve from there. The reader will follow them as they handle the expostulations life deals out to them as they grow into womanhood.Throughout their lives they are always there for each other. They celebrate their joys and mourn their sorrows together. As adults, who have careers and families, they come to the realization that their most important part of their lives has always been and will always be their life long friendship.

About Linda Amnawah

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Amnawah received her Bachelor's degree from Barnard College in Spanish and Education in 1976. She received two Masters' degrees from Teachers' College, Columbia University in Spanish and Special Education. She has a degree in Administration from Bank Street College of Education. She has taught in the New York City public school system since 1977.
Published April 24, 2001 by iUniverse. 120 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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