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Ask Me No Questions by Marina Budhos
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Nov 22, 2007

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bookshelves: young-adult, one-day-reads, politics, family, school
Recommended for: Anyone who wants to better understand what it might be like to be an illegal alien in this country
Read in November, 2007

Though not the most fascinating book on Earth regarding immigration and illegal aliens, this book proved to be worth its overall story. Marina Budhos' tale of Nadira and Aisha's plight to help get there family residency in the U.S. is an emotional and educational one. For many who see the issue as so very one-sided (us vs. them), Budhos puts a very human face to such a controversial issue.

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