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Marge Pellegrino - Author

Marge Pellegrino read Psychology at Marist College, New York. She is a journalist and book reviewer, runs writing workshops and has been Writer in Residence at a number of US elementary and high schools. Her children's books include Too Nice, My Grandma's the Mayor and I Don't have an Uncle Phil Anymore. She lives in Tucson, Arizona.

Marge’s writing won the SouthWest Writers’ Storyteller Award in 2002 and her poetry won a prize in Sandscript literary journal. She also won a AZ Press Club award for a personality profile about Ted DeGrazia written for Tucson Guide in 2008.

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Journey of Dreams
Marge Pellegrino
Beautifully told, this is a heart rending story of one family's fight for survival following the destruction of their home and everything they know by the Guatemalan army. Capturing the desperate fear that the army instil in the small mountain...
Lovereading Price: £5.59 - Saving £1.40 (20%) Featured in: 11+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 18/06/2009
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