A Place for Us: A Greek Immigrant Boy's Odyssey to a New Country and an Unknown Father

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Chandler House Press, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 419 pages
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A Place for Us begins as nine-year-old Nicholas Gage and three of his sisters escape from their wartorn Greek village and board a ship to America to meet the father they have never known. Eleni's children must adjust not only to a startling new American lifestyle, but also to a 56-year-old man who suddenly finds himself a single father. 27 black-and-white photographs.

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Review: A Place for Us: A Greek Immigrant Boy's Odyssey to a New Country and an Unknown Father

User Review  - Francie - Goodreads

This book is an excellent glimpse into the life and culture of a Greek immigrant family. The author clearly loves his family and shares openly the experiences of their lives. I was also impressed by ... Read full review

Review: A Place for Us: A Greek Immigrant Boy's Odyssey to a New Country and an Unknown Father

User Review  - Karen Batshaw - Goodreads

Very interesting in describing the greek immigrant experience Read full review

About the author (2004)

Nicholas Gage, a native of Greece, lives in North Grafton, Massachusetts.

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