A Girl Named Maria
“She was found abandoned in the lavatory of a little cafeteria in Bogota, Colombia, and the police who picked her up named her Maria Consuelo. The toddler quickly bonded with her new mother in Washington, D.C. She struggled with a severe learning disability, despite a superior IQ, and blossomed into an award-winning young artist. Her impulsive behavior led to fits and false starts during adolescence, until she found happiness at twenty-one with David and his extended family. Their love and lives ended in the curve of a rural road in Florida.” “In this gripping story, Maria’s mother chronicles her daughter’s struggle with identity and the search for a birth family that may have included a twin brother.”
Status: 1 in stock (can be backordered)
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.
DC#: 362.734 K
1 in stock (can be backordered)