A Year in Saigon: How I Gave Up My Glitzy Job in Television to Have the Time of My Life Teaching American Kids in Vietnam

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Education - 254 pages
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In a touching, compelling, and often hilarious memoir, former television celebrity Katie Kelly (a regular on the Today Show) shares the experience of giving up the good life to teach English to unrecognized victims of the Vietnam War--Amerasian children. 8 pages of photographs.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

An affecting account of a year working with Amerasian children in Saigon, by the former WNBC (New York) critic and Today Show regular. Throughout, Kelly reminds us of how good she's had it: a picture ... Read full review

A year in Saigon: how I gave up my glitzy job in television to have the time of my life teaching Amerasian kids in Vietnam

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A former television critic and teacher, now a freelance journalist, tells of the year she spent trying to help young Amerasians in Vietnam. After Kelly visited Vietnam in 1988, she decided to return ... Read full review


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