My Family Divided: One Girl's Journey of Home, Loss, and Hope

My Family Divided: One Girl's Journey of Home, Loss, and Hope

Before landing a spot on the megahit Netflix show Orange is the New Black; before wowing audiences as Lina on Jane the Virgin; and before her incredible activism and work on immigration reform, Diane Guerrero was a young girl living in Boston. One day, while Guerrero was at school, her undocumented immigrant parents were taken from their home, detained, and deported. Guerr Before landing a spot on the megahit Netflix show Orange is the New Black; before wowing audiences as Lina on Jane the Vi...

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Title:My Family Divided: One Girl's Journey of Home, Loss, and Hope
Author:Diane Guerrero
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Genres:Childrens
ISBN:1250134862
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:256 pages pages

My Family Divided: One Girl's Journey of Home, Loss, and Hope Reviews

  • Laura
    Apr 06, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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  • Sally Kruger
    Aug 10, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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    Immigration is a hot issue in politics today. Diane Guerrero, an actor in Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, and Superior Donuts, shares her story about overcoming the devastation of her parents' deportation. Diane's parents and her brother arrived in the U.S. from Columbia b...

  • Ms. Yingling
    Apr 18, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

  • Christie
    Aug 16, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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    Immigration is a hot issue in politics today. Diane Guerrero, an actor in Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, and Superior Donuts, shares her story about overcoming the devastation of her parents' deportation. Diane's parents and her brother arrived in the U.S. from Columbia b...

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  • Lonna Pierce
    Aug 17, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

  • Kiley
    Jul 23, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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  • TL
    Jul 09, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

  • ALEXA
    Jun 29, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

  • Jennifer Kelley
    Jul 30, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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  • Brandi
    Apr 27, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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  • Tracey
    Jul 25, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

  • Lanie
    Jul 24, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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    Immigration is a hot issue in politics today. Diane Guerrero, an actor in Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, and Superior Donuts, shares her story about overcoming the devastation of her parents' deportation. Diane's parents and her brother arrived in the U.S. from Columbia b...

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  • Shannon
    Aug 15, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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  • Laura Joakimson
    Aug 05, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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    Immigration is a hot issue in politics today. Diane Guerrero, an actor in Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, and Superior Donuts, shares her story about overcoming the devastation of her parents' deportation. Diane's parents and her brother arrived in the U.S. from Columbia b...

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  • Mompop
    Jul 25, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

  • Jubilee Vera
    Jul 30, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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    Immigration is a hot issue in politics today. Diane Guerrero, an actor in Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, and Superior Donuts, shares her story about overcoming the devastation of her parents' deportation. Diane's parents and her brother arrived in the U.S. from Columbia b...

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  • Shannon
    Jul 22, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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  • Allison Volz
    Aug 16, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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  • Kimberly Larsen
    Jul 19, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

  • Kim
    Jul 05, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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    Immigration is a hot issue in politics today. Diane Guerrero, an actor in Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, and Superior Donuts, shares her story about overcoming the devastation of her parents' deportation. Diane's parents and her brother arrived in the U.S. from Columbia b...

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  • Gaby Luttrull
    Aug 07, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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    Immigration is a hot issue in politics today. Diane Guerrero, an actor in Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, and Superior Donuts, shares her story about overcoming the devastation of her parents' deportation. Diane's parents and her brother arrived in the U.S. from Columbia b...

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  • Quiana
    Aug 13, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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    Immigration is a hot issue in politics today. Diane Guerrero, an actor in Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, and Superior Donuts, shares her story about overcoming the devastation of her parents' deportation. Diane's parents and her brother arrived in the U.S. from Columbia b...

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  • Taija Bell
    Aug 13, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

  • Maywoodbooks
    Jul 31, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

  • Julia
    Aug 11, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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    Immigration is a hot issue in politics today. Diane Guerrero, an actor in Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, and Superior Donuts, shares her story about overcoming the devastation of her parents' deportation. Diane's parents and her brother arrived in the U.S. from Columbia b...

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  • Jackie Gomez
    Aug 10, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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  • Sofie
    Jul 28, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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    Immigration is a hot issue in politics today. Diane Guerrero, an actor in Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, and Superior Donuts, shares her story about overcoming the devastation of her parents' deportation. Diane's parents and her brother arrived in the U.S. from Columbia b...

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  • MayorEmma
    Aug 07, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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    Immigration is a hot issue in politics today. Diane Guerrero, an actor in Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, and Superior Donuts, shares her story about overcoming the devastation of her parents' deportation. Diane's parents and her brother arrived in the U.S. from Columbia b...

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  • Jillian Searle
    Aug 02, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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  • Tiana
    Aug 06, 2018

    I won a copy via Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.:) ---- Confession: Didn't know this was the edition for younger readers when I entered the giveaway.. my bad haha. The good: Her personal story is compelling, my heart broke for he...

    It was really heartbreaking to read Diane Guerrero?s story, though you could certainly tell it had been condensed down into this version friendly for a younger audience. It?s a story that shares the real experiences of many folks in our country, and I think the way it?s told make...

    ARC provided by publisher at ALA Midwinter Actress Diane Guerrero's father and mother came to the United States from Colombia in the 1980s in order to make a better life for themselves and for their son. They came on a ninety day tourist to visit a sister and did not leave. Whil...

    I have been reading stories of immigrants (Refugee by Alan Gretz,) and this is a non-fictional memoir by a TV star (Orange is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, etc.,) who relates her experience of coming home to an empty house the day both parents were deported. She was 14. While one may...

    I remember when the adult version of this book came out. Recently, I saw this middle grade version at a bookstore and figured I'd read it for my students. I can't wait to put it on my shelf at school. Guerrero's language is perfect for young teens, and while her story will resonate mos...

    It was boring but had a good message about what Trump is doing now in America ...

    This first hand account of the immigration experience would be a good read for any middle schooler. ...

    maybe 3.5 (I really like the family photos). ...

    incredible! MUST READ!! ...

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