SOMETHING ABOUT AMERICA
Cambridge, MA : Candlewick
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is home now. But it wasn't always. Many of the memories of
Kosova have faded but her scars haven't. She wears them everyday.
But she has been in America so long that she feels like a real American.
She can hide the scars but she can't hide the fact that her father doesn't
feel as if he belongs in this new country.
National characteristics, American -- Juvenile poetry.
Children of immigrants -- Juvenile poetry.
Serbian Americans -- Juvenile poetry.
Immigrants -- Juvenile poetry.
Children's poetry, American.
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