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Terzian’s book, The Immigrants’ Daughter, is a memoir about growing up in Cairo, in a conservative immigrant community. She lived there during and after World War II, Israel’s independence and Egypt’s transition from kingdom to republic, before she traveled around and became “an imported American”. The Immigrants’ Daughter has won a USA Best Books 2006 Award and Dan Poynter’s 2012 Global E-book Award, both in multicultural nonfiction. The book is available in paperback and digital format online. Copies can also be ordered through brick-and-mortar bookstores or from regular book distribution channels. Visit Terzian’s websites at www.maryterzian.com or www.authorsden.com/
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