Angie is an Afro-American woman who grows up in Pacific Heights, one of wealthiest areas in San Francisco's, during the 1950's. Despite the racial mix, neighbors respected and cared about each other. The struggles of discrimination and bigotry that is a focus in America was absent from her neighborhood. We watch Angie grow up to be a well-educated, gifted young woman. Her family is well respected and never struggles to make ends meet. This story is an in-depth look at how her life changes, not from outside forces, but from those within her own family. It's a positive affirmation that you make a difference. It is not just a book about Alzheimer's; it's a story about life. This book can change the way you face the challenges in your life.
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|Size: ||199 KB|
|Publisher: ||rbmb publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9780996186216 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|