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Don't Forget the Parsley

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Marie Claire Lim Moore builds on her first memoir, Don’t Forget the Soap, offering more entertaining stories about her family in this follow up. Like her first book, Don’t Forget the Parsley is a collection of anecdotes from different points in Claire’s life: stories from her second-generation immigrant childhood in Vancouver and New York City mix with recent expat experie ...more
Hardcover, 122 pages
Published February 10th 2016
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Lynai
Feb 06, 2016 rated it really liked it
More than two years ago, I read Don’t Forget the Soap, and was fascinated by the author’s family’s experiences as immigrants in America. I can still easily recall parts of the book that I really enjoyed and I have learned a lot from the author’s mom especially the advice on keeping the balance. I think this is one advice from the book that I have really taken to heart. In this sequel, Don’t Forget The Parsley, Marie Claire Lim Moore continues to regale me with her anecdotes and lists, and this t ...more
Ana Valenzuela
Feb 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
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A great collection of stories about growing up Filipino in a different country. There are so many things to pick up from this book: family life lessons, career lessons, friendships, and litmus tests (which the author is so into).

Truly blessed to have a sneak peek to Lim-Moore's family, which has more memories than hearts can hold.
Katrina Camille
Feb 23, 2016 rated it liked it
Don’t Forget the Parsley is collection of family and personal anecdotes by Marie Claire Lim Moore. She writes freely about her charmed second-generation immigrant childhood in Vancouver and, later, New York, her Yuppie experience in Miami and Brazil, and her expat family life in Singapore and Hong Kong with her husband and children. She is a wife, mother, daughter, corporate executive, and writer who is very much a product of her colorful upbringing.

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Marie Claire Lim Moore is a Filipina-Canadian-American working mother and author of Don't Forget the Soap. After spending the early part of her childhood in Vancouver, Claire moved to New York City and attended the United Nations International School. She went on to study at Yale, climb the corporate ladder at Citi and travel around the world. She met her husband, Alex, while working in Sao Paulo, ...more
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