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"Sometimes the strongest people in our families aren’t whom you would expect; for Yasmin, it was her Ita. In this beautifully written memoir, we learn of the generations of strong women in the author’s life, and the pain of grief in losing her grandmother. This relatable story shows that some scars can be beautiful, however, some scars linger and still hurt, while life goes on.
This book highlights: life on La Frontera, Mexican identity, non-traditional families, absent fathers, and grief."
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