Call Me Henri has been added to your Cart.
Call Me Henri has been added to your Cart. He juggles the demands of teachers with helping his working mother by baby-sitting his three brothers - infant triplets - after school.
Lorraine López's Soy la Avon Lady and Other Stories was selected for the Marmal Prize, and also won the IPPY Award for Multicultural Fiction. Библиографические данные.
Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Lorraine López's Soy la Avon Lady and Other Stories was selected for the Marmal Prize, and also won the IPPY Award for Multicultural Fiction. Call Me Henri: A Novel.
Enrique, a young boy in Peralta Middle School, faces abuse at home and danger on the barrio streets.
Henri of Lorraine-Vaudémont (died Joinville 20 October 1505) was bishop of Thérouanne, and then bishop of Metz from 1484 to 1505. From an aristocratic family, he was son of Antoine of Vaudémont. He was probably born in the early 1430s. He became a canon at Toul and then at Metz. He studied theology at Paris, and became bishop of Thérouanne in 1456. He was administrator of the County of Vaudémont, while his brother Frederick, Count of Vaudémont was on campaign in Catalonia with John II, Duke of Lorraine.
López, Lorraine M. 1956–. Updated About encyclopedia "López, Lorraine M. Something About the Author. Updated About encyclopedia. López, Lorraine M. Born 1956, in Los Angeles, CA; children: Nicholaus. org/ (July 20, 2007), interview with López.
Lorraine M. Lopez is the author of Homicide Survivors Picnic, which was nominated for the 2010 Pen/Faulkner Award
Lorraine M. Lopez is the author of Homicide Survivors Picnic, which was nominated for the 2010 Pen/Faulkner Award. She is also the author of Soy la Avon Lady and Other Stories, Call Me Henri, The Gifted Gabaldon Sisters, and An Angle of Vision: Women Writers and Their Poor and Working-Class Roots.
Gertrude Conaway Professor of English Faculty Director of Latino and Latina Studies. Lorraine M. López teaches in the Creative Writing Program. López’s short story collection, Homicide Survivors Picnic and Other Stories was a Finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Prize in Fiction in 2010 and winner of the Texas League of Writers Award for Outstanding Book of Fiction.
Although López writes fiction, she delivers a hard-hitting, accurate description of life for some teens in this country. Questions? Call us! 88. 85. A must for urban collections.
Lorraine M. López, a Creative Writing professor at Vanderbilt University, is the author of six books .
Her short story collection, Soy la Avon Lady and Other Stories (Curbstone, 2002) won the inaugural Miguel Marmól prize for fiction.