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Gabriella

Gabriella
This is a story of a young girl's determination to achieve the American Dream. Life throws obstacles in her way, but she never gives up, intent on achieving her heart's desire. But Gabriella learns that there's a price to pay for greatness and that sometimes the simple things are all you need.
Our Price: €9.99
ISBN/EAN9781781997628
Stock: 0
Publisher: Poolbeg Press Ltd
Pub. Date: March 1 2020
Author: Bell, Caragh
Format: Paperback
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All she needed was one person to take notice - one person who could catapult her into the big time. Gabriella Alvarez dreams of being the next Coco Chanel. Born in The Bronx of Puerto Rican descent, she lives with her mother and beloved grandmother, Lita, who recognises the young girl's talent and teaches her to sew. When Gabriella gains a coveted scholarship to the famous Parson's School of Design on Fifth Avenue, she is thrilled. However, she lacks the connections to hit the big time. Then fate intervenes and her life changes forever...
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