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La Hija del Ganges: La Historia de una Adopcion (Spanish) Paperback – 27 Jun 2006


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Asha Miro has been living in Barcelona since 1974. Formerly a music teacher, she now collaborates on several cultural television programs and actively supports adoption organizations throughout Spain. Already a bestseller in Europe, "Daughter of the Ganges" has also inspired a documentary and a major European cartoon series with seven-year-old Asha as its protagonist.

Please visit the author's website at www.asha-miro.com.

Jamal Mahjoub is Sudanese/British. His first novel, Navigation of a Rainmaker, was published in 1989. He won the Guardian/Heinemann 1993 short story competition.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8c0735b8) out of 5 stars 1 review
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HASH(0x8c2622cc) out of 5 stars Awful formatting in the e-read version, for that price it should be a decent formatting to say the least. 2 Aug. 2015
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The book deserves four stars, but the e-publishing is really low quality and overpriced, full of typographic mistakes, for that price they should have paid attention to formatting. All letter ñ in the book are capitalized, which is disturbing when reading them in the middle of a word, also word splitting happens in the middle of sentences, and not when breaking lines, and end notes numbers are not in superscript so they appear as full size numbers in the middle of a sentence, also quite disturbing
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