Dear haiti, Love Alaine



Publisher: Ink Yard Press in Ontario, Canada

Written in English
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Includes Author"s Note

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages422
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27299786M
ISBN 109781335777096

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“Dear Haiti, Love Alaine” is written by two sisters, Maika and Maritza Moulite. These two sisters grew up in Florida and were raised by their parents who are Haitian immigrants. In the Author’s note, the sisters describe their work as “a love letter to our dear, Haiti.

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But when Alaine's life goes a bit sideways, it's time to finally visit Haiti herself. What she learns about Haiti's proud history as the world's first black republic (with its even prouder people) is one thing, but what she learns about her own family is another.

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Alaine Beauparlant is a year-old Haitian American senior living in Miami with her psychiatrist father. the author of her favorite book Author: Maika Moulite. strength and light and laughter and love.

We set out to write a book that demonstrates this. Dear Haiti, Love Alaine was inspired by our interests in the obligations of family, and our responsibilities to ourselves.

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Parents need to know that Dear Haiti, Love Alaine is a coming-of-age novel written in magical-realist style that includes voodoo as an aspect of Haitian is a year-old high school senior in a Miami Catholic school for gifted children.

Her father, a successful psychiatrist, and her mother, an eminent journalist, are divorced.5/5. Dear Haiti, Love Alaine By Maike Moulite, Maritza Moulite Published by Inkyard Press ISBN Age Range: 13+ Find a copy at Amazon | IndieBound | B&N | Worldcat “A strong offering mixing a romance, mystery, and adventure in a.

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Dear Haiti, love Alaine Book. Dear Haiti, love Alaine. By Moulite, Maika, author. (based on Goodreads ratings) Genre Fiction. Audience Teens years.

Published [] by Inkyard Press, [Place of publication not identified] ISBN Bib Id Description pages ; 22 cm "You might ask the obvious question: What do I, a. Dear Haiti, Love Alaine by Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite. Reviewed by Jolie Ann Mari, Solano County Teen. This book follows the story of Alaine Beauparlant who lives with her father, while her mother pursues a career as a popular host of a political roundtable.

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Dear Haiti, Love Alaine by Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite High School Inkyard pp. g 9/19 $ e-book ed. $ To avoid being expelled after a school presentation accidentally lands a classmate in the hospital, Alaine Beauparlant is sent to Haiti, her parents’ birthplace, to participate in a Author: Nicholl Denice Montgomery.Thanks to "the incident" (don't ask) in her home town of Miami, seventeen-year-old Haitian American Alaine Beauparlant finds herself spending the next two months doing what her school is calling a "spring volunteer immersion project".

It's definitely no vacation. She's toiling away under the ever-watchful eyes of Tati Estelle at her new nonprofit in Haiti. And Alaine's lean-in queen of a. Dear Haiti, Love Alaine was an enjoyable read where I got lost in the story, in the characters, their lives and the world.

When I finished the book, I wasn’t quite ready to leave Alaine, so I hope Maika and Maritza decide to revisit this world and allow us to have more adventures with Alaine.