The main character, Bonita benefits from her mother's pearls of wisdom about life, such as how to ask questions when you don't understand something. Readers will be charmed by this inspiring story of a teenage girl who embraces the teachings from her loving mother. The author shares this "light-hearted" story about the challenging experiences faced by an adolescent girl growing up in a city.
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