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Coming to the U.S. from South Asia
Burnt Bread and Chutney by
Call Number: E184.37.D45A3 2003
261 pages. Carmit Delman's mother is a member of a tiny, ancient community of Jews living in Western India. Her father is American, a Jewish man of Eastern European descent. They met while working in Israel. Their daughter, Carmit, writes about her family's history, and her story of growing up in America with an uncommon heritage.
The Mango Season by
Call Number: PS3613.A45M36 2003
229 pages. While visiting her family in India, Priya plans on announcing her engagement to an American man. But when she arrives in India, she learns that her parents have selected a husband for her. She must choose between her own desires and her parents' wishes.