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