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4 edition of Growing Up Arab-American found in the catalog.

Growing Up Arab-American

Stories by Arab and Muslim Youth

  • 21 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by Youth Communication .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teens / Nonfiction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPlastic comb
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12340157M
    ISBN 101933939370
    ISBN 109781933939377

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Growing Up Arab-American: Stories by Arab and Muslim Youth Plastic Comb – January 1, by Youth Communication (Author) › Visit Amazon's Youth Communication Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Author: Youth Communication. A frank and entertaining memoir, from the daughter of Edward Said, about growing up second-generation Arab American and struggling with that identity.

The daughter of a prominent Palestinian father and a sophisticated Lebanese mother, Najla Said grew up in New York City, confused and conflicted about her cultural background and identity/5(80). ""In her engaging memoir, "Looking for Palestine," Najla Said explores the cultural confusions of growing up Arab-American in thes and '80s New York City."--"Elle"/5(80).

A frank and entertaining memoir, from the daughter of Edward Said, about growing up second-generation Arab American and struggling with that identity. The daughter of a prominent Palestinian father and a sophisticated Lebanese mother, Najla Said grew up in New York City, confused and conflicted about her cultural background and identity/5.

Raesah Et'Tawil, a Palestinian American who is currently a senior at the University of South Alabama, grew up in Mobile, where she had the distinction of being the only Arab American in the area. Because of this, she said, her parents emphasized the importance of Arab culture at home.

Looking For Palestine: Growing Up Confused In An Arab American Family. By Najla Said “I am a Palestinian-Lebanese-American Christian woman, but I grew up. A frank and entertaining memoir, from the daughter of Edward Said, about growing up second-generation Arab American and struggling with that identity.

The daughter of a prominent Palestinian father and a sophisticated Lebanese mother, Najla Said grew up in New York City, confused and conflicted about her cultural background and identity.

A frank and entertaining memoir, from the daughter of Edward Said, about growing up second-generation Arab American and struggling with that identity.

The daughter of a prominent Palestinian father /5(6). Looking for Palestine: Growing Up Confused in an Arab-American Family by Najla Said The daughter of a prominent Palestinian father and a sophisticated Lebanese mother, Najla Said grew up in New York City, confused and conflicted about her cultural background and identity.

Book Summary A second-generation Arab American and daughter of an outspoken Palestinian advocate describes her struggles with her identity growing up Author: Najla Said. Growing Up America brings together new scholarship that considers the role of children and teenagers in shaping American political life during the decades fo Find Books Buy Books.

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saving.4/5. I found this book interesting, uncomfortably informative, addictive and necessary. “Looking for Palestine” is a memoir/coming-of-age by the young Najla Said, an actress, writer and daughter of the brilliant Edward Said (a Columbia professor and prominent advocate of Palestine independence), and Mariam Said (artist, writer and activist).

I’ve seen Najla’s play of the same name, but her. Growing Up Arab Random. When we're rich in so many aspects of life, why can we not express ourselves. #arablife #arabmoments #arabs #complete #culture #featured #food #funnymoments #growinguparab #hornofafrica #life #lifemoments #middle-eastern #middleeast #northafrica #northafrican #problems #random #traditions #s: Said’s aching memoir explores her coming-of-age as a Christian Arab-American on New York’s Upper West Side.

Her father, Palestinian-American scholar and human-rights activist Edward Said, was. This book's excessive uses of vulgar words and crude humor make it impossible to enjoy reading.

I'm sure many 7th grade boys would love to own a copy of Grow Up, but personally I found the constant pervy sex jokes to be more annoying than anything main character was a self-absorbed immature little creep who is near-impossible to care about or even like, and the writing style of Grow /5.

Light Recollections of Growing Up Arab in America Book review: The Wrong End of the Table, by Ayser Salman (Amazon / Book Depository) If you’ve ever felt like you’ve been at the wrong end of the table – whether you were born in an Iraqi dictatorship or hail from Lexington, Kentucky – this is for you.

Najla Said (Brigitte Lacombe) Najla Said: "My Arab-American story is not typical in any way" Author Najla Said talks about her book, her struggle with anorexia and growing up. The first book in this bestselling series (which includes follow-up A Torch In the Night) sees rebel Laia go undercover as a slave at a renowned military academy to rescue her captured older Author: Nivea Serrao.

Joseph Geha (bornZahle, Lebanon), professor-emeritus at Iowa State University, is the author of two books, Through and Through: Toledo Stories, one of the first books of modern Arab-American fiction, and Lebanese Blonde, a novel.

He has also published poems, plays, essays and short fiction in periodicals and anthologies such as Esquire, Growing Up Ethnic in America, and The New York tion: Professor-emeritus at Iowa State University. Growing Up Cajun invites you to explore Cajun traditions, the history behind the Slap Ya Mama name, Cajun lore, and some of the most prized recipes in Louisiana―all flavored with Walker family stories/5(16).Looking for Palestine | A frank and entertaining memoir--from the daughter of Edward Said--now in paperback.

The daughter of the famous intellectual and outspoken Palestinian advocate Edward Said and a sophisticated Lebanese mother, Najla Said grew up in New York City, confused and conflicted about her cultural background and identity.

Russell Baker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning autobiography about growing up in America during the Great Depression. “ has taken such raw, potentially wrenching material and made of it a story so warm, so likable, and so disarmingly funny a work of original biographical art.”—4/4(24).