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    This September I will be honoring Hispanic Heritage Month by reading Hispanic authored books across many genres Although the official month does not begin until September 15 I have a wide varied lineup of books planned out and decided to get off to an early start Enriue's Journey The Story of a Boy's Dangerous Odyssey to Reunite with His Mother by Sonia Nazario was originally a series of Los Angeles Times artic

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    Stuff I already knew The USMexico border sucks and there are lots of shady people making lots of money off of it People leave their countries and come to the US because they are dirt poor and can't support their familiesStuff I didn'

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    Book rating social relevance 5 stars writing 1 starLourdes a single mother of 2 children makes the decision to leave her homeland of Honduras for the United States to support her family She leaves behind Belky daughter 8 years old and Enriue son 5 years old in the care of two different relatives Eleven years later Enriue sets out

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    Everyone in the US should read this book in order to understand the dangerous journey that Central American immigrants make in order to work in the US This is not a book that tries to persuade you to feel one way or another about immigration It is simply about one boy´s journey through Mexico on top of trains an

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    I learned a lot about illegal immigration from reading Sonia Nazario's Enriue's Journey Nazario a distinguished journalist for the Los Angeles Times very much takes a features approach in her writing emphasizing the human stories and motivation

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    Well I hated itIt's kind of hard to say that because of the book's subject matter It makes me feel like I'm sayin

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    Enriue's Journey completely challenged my views on immigration and helped me identify the challenges that I face as a teacher Sonia Nazario begins the book by providing a background of information on the immigration policies of the 80's and 90's She then takes us to Honduras where a mother is about to leave her children so that she can come to the US and have a better life in order to provide a better life for her chi

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    This is not a book It's a report It's straight forward reporting and I admire her efforts to get the full experience but the ongoing repetition of the same kind of details to make her point was overkill for the general pu

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    I live in Oaxaca Mexico and have lived in Veracruz and Chiapas three places where refugees pass through from Central America to the north of Mexico or to the United States These locations figure prominently in Nazario's amazing book I read it some years ago just after I had moved to Mexico Shortly afterward I visited California and was eating in a big Mexican restaurant in SF Because I had just recently read Enriue's Journey I talked to

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T her he becomes lonely and troubled When she calls Lourdes tells him to be patient Enriue despairs of ever seeing her again After eleven years apart he decides he will go find herEnriue sets off alone from Tegucigalpa with little than a slip of paper bearing his mother's North Carolina telephone number Without money he will make the dangerous and illegal trek up the length of Mexico the only way he can – clinging to the sides and tops of freight trainsWith gritty determination and a deep longing to be by his mother's side Enriue travels through hostile unknown worlds Each step of the way through Mexico he and other migrants many of them children are hunted like animals Gangsters control the tops of the trains Bandits rob and ki I can t believe how gruesome violent and nearly hopeless the journey is from South America to America I mean I thought all hispanic people snuck in with a few dangers The

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Enriues Journey

A true story from award winning journalist Sonia Nazario recounting the odyssey of a Honduran boy who braves hardship and peril to reach his mother in the United StatesIn this astonishing true story award winning journalist Sonia Nazario recounts the unforgettable odyssey of a Honduran boy who braves unimaginable hardship and peril to reach his mother in the United States When Enriue is five years old his mother Lourdes too poor to feed her children leaves Honduras to work in the United States The move allows her to send money back home to Enriue so he can eat better and go to school past the third gradeLourdes promises Enriue she will return uickly But she struggles in America Years pass He begs for his mother to come back Withou Book rating social relevance 5 stars writing 1 starLourdes a single mother of 2 children makes the decision to leave her homeland of Honduras for the United States to supp

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Ll migrants up and down the tracks Corrupt cops all along the route are out to fleece and deport them To evade Mexican police and immigration authorities they must jump onto and off the moving boxcars they call El Tren de la Muerte The Train of Death Enriue pushes forward using his wit courage and hope and the kindness of strangers It is an epic journey one thousands of immigrant children make each year to find their mothers in the United StatesBased on the Los Angeles Times newspaper series that won two Pulitzer Prizes one for feature writing and another for feature photography Enriue's Journey is the timeless story of families torn apart the yearning to be together again and a boy who will risk his life to find the mother he lov Enriue s Journey completely challenged my views on immigration and helped me identify the challenges that I face as a teacher Sonia Nazario begins the book by providing a