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She's seventeen. She's been abused. She has a child. And she's HIV-positive.
She is Ana, and this is her story. It begins the day she is born infected with HIV, transmitted from her young mother. Now she barely remembers her mamá, who died when Ana was only three. From then on, Ana's childhood becomes a blur of faint memories and secrets—secrets about her illness and about the abuse she endures.
Ana's journey is a long one. Shuffled from home to home, she rarely finds safety or love. And then she meets a boy. Berto is one of the only people Ana trusts with all her secrets. That trust puts Ana on a path to breaking the silence that has harmed her and leads her to new beginnings, new sorrows, and new hope.
Jenna Bush has written a powerful narrative nonfiction account of a girl who struggles to break free from a vicious cycle of abuse, poverty, and illness. Based on Jenna's work with UNICEF and inspired by the framework of one girl's life, it is also the story of many children around the world who are marginalized and excluded from basic care, support, and education. Resources included on this audiobook share how you can make a difference to children in need and how you can protect yourself and others.
A portion of proceeds to benefit the U.S Fund for UNICEF.
Jenna Bush shares her mother's love of reading and teaching. Jenna taught elementary school in Washington, D.C. after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin in 2004 with a degree in English. She has also written articles for CosmoGIRL! and the New York Times. Her first book, #1 New York Times bestselling Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope, is based on her work with UNICEF.
Jenna Bush comparte el amor que su madre siente por la lectura y la enseñanza. Jenna enseñó en escuelas primarias en Washington, D.C. después de graduarse en la Universidad de Texas, en Austin, en el 2004, con una licenciatura en Letras Inglesas. Ha escrito artículos para CosmoGIRL! y el New York Times. Su primer libro, # 1 en la lista de libros más vendidos del New York Times, La Historia de Ana: Un camino lleno de esperanza, está basado en su trabajo con UNICEF.
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