|Author:||Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis,Barbara Pollak|
|Publisher:||Xlibris Corp (January 27, 2001)|
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Author Biography: Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis was born in Manila, Philippines
Author Biography: Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis was born in Manila, Philippines. Her formal schooling was interrupted by World War II when the Philippines was captured and occupied by the Japanese Army. Ultimately, she earned her . degree in Chemistry, and her P. in Soil Science, and is now on the faculty at Northwestern University s McCormick School of Engineering. She has three grown children and four grandchildren.
Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis, daughter of a Filipino father and Irish mother, grew up in the Philippines
Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis, daughter of a Filipino father and Irish mother, grew up in the Philippines.
by Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis. This is a true story of childhood in the Philippines during the four years of World War II in the Pacific. The story is written for children between the ages of eight and twelve years, but adults may find some resonance with it, as well as insights into the ability of children to adjust to difficult circumstances. Pooh, the narrator, is a pre-adolescent girl of an interracial marriage who feels that she is a stranger in her own country.
Pocket Stones : A Child's Story of World War II in the Philippines. By (author) Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).
Personal Name: Lewis, Barbara-Ann Gamboa. Lewis, Barbara-Ann Gamboa Childhood and youth. Personal Name: Lewis, Barbara-Ann Gamboa Family. Personal Name: Pollak, Barbara. Rubrics: Scientists Biography. Download now Pocket stones : a child's story of World War II in the Philippines Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis ; illustrated by Barbara Pollak. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
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A World War II Childhood. Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis & Barbara Pollak. A powerful biography of a young girl growing up in the Philippines in the early 1940s during the Japanese occupation. Publisher Description.
Barbara Korte has published on the literature of World War I and the British short story. A project commencing in January 2006 is devoted to the impact of the short story on the British perception of the Great War. Ann-Marie Einhaus is working on a PhD thesis on the British short story of World War I in the light of British cultural memory, and has previously treated the First World War for her MA thesis on women's Great War poetry. Barbara Korte has published on the literature of World War I and the British short story.
Author: Barbara Pollak (Illustrator) Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis. Title: Pocket Stones: A World War II Childhood. No user reports were added yet. Be the first! Send report: This is a good book.