Lions and snakes, ships and cities, rich mountain forests, crowded markets places, hurricanes, droughts, witches, terrorists, and the strength of human bonds. All just a part of growing up for one little girl.
"Worlds Away" is the compelling tale of a childhood split between East Africa and the United States during the early 1960s. An American girl must find a balance between two homes that could not be more different Her endless curiosity and search for answers lead the reader through a series of remarkable experiences that paint the portrait of a turbulent time and an exotic land. "Worlds Away" brings to life a period of global change, the struggles of an emerging country, and the conflicting emotions of a growing child.
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Published January 7, 2013
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