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In his short-story collection "The Circuit," Francisco Jimenez recounts his experiences growing up as the son of migrant farm workers in California who are illegally in the country. He also describes his experiences in s... More »

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"Breaking Through" is an autobiographical novel which tells the story of 14-year-old Francisco Jimenez, his brother Roberto and his mother after their capture by immigration police. Jimenez tells of the struggle to keep ... More »

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"Breaking Through" is a book written by Francisco Jimenez. It is the sequel to his earlier autobiographical tale, "The Circuit", and it continues the story of the author's youth as an immigrant from Mexico, according to ... More »

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"13 Ghost Stories," a collection of stories written by Marianne Carus and illustrated by Youngsheng Xuan, has received mostly positive reviews. As of May 2015, the book has been reviewed by three customers on Amazon.com ... More »

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"Breaking Through" is an autobiographical novel which tells the story of 14-year-old Francisco Jimenez, his brother Roberto and his mother after their capture by immigration police. Jimenez tells of the struggle to keep ... More »

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"The Ransom of Red Chief" by O. Henry is a short story about two criminals who kidnap the son of a prominent citizen and hold him for ransom. The boy is so obnoxious that the kidnappers pay the father to take the boy bac... More »

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The happiest boy in the world in the short story "The Happiest Boy in the World" is the character of Jose, Julio's son. The story was written by N. V. M. Gonzalez from the Philippines. More »

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