some earthquakes in Oklahoma lately, but nothing like
the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti back in 2010.
I remember the news coverage and the outpouring of
charitable support for Haiti, but after awhile we all
moved on. But imagine losing your mother, your home, and
your plans for the future, all in an instant. Thatís
what happens to cousins Magdalie and Nadine in Hold
Tight, Donít Let Go. They have to adapt to life in a
makeshift tent in a refugee camp, but at least they have
each other. That is, until Nadine is able to move to
Miami. Magdalie is torn between trying to reunite with
Nadine and building a new future for herself in
|SUBJECTS: Cousins -- Fiction.
Earthquakes -- Fiction.
Haiti -- Earthquake, Haiti, 2010 -- Fiction.
Haiti -- Fiction.
Port-au-Prince (Haiti) -- Fiction.
Refugee camps -- Fiction.
Separation (Psychology) -- Fiction.