Un granito de mostaza: Laila Ibrahim

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My education de mostaza: PDF/EPUB å and experience in multiracial, developmental psychology and attachment theory provide ample fodder for my novels My passion for early childhood education, child birth and religious education are reflected in my writingI was the founder and director of Woolsey Children s School where I had first hand experience loving children that were Un granito PDF \ not my own There are scenes in Yellow Crocus that were largely influenced interactions I had with children from WoolseyAs a birth doula I had the privilege of witnessing the intensity and joy of childbirth You can see that my birth experiences are reflected in my novels Spiritual themes that cross over multiple religious granito de mostaza: PDF/EPUB Ã traditions come directly from working as the Director of Children and Family Ministries at the First Unitarian Church in Oakland I live in a small co housing community in Berkeley, California, with my wonderful wife, Rinda, our amazing children, Kalin and Maya, and our crazy dogs, Bella and Lucie I m very grateful to be a full time writer starting in I was surprised when the writing bug bit me The idea for the story came to me in , I was with a group of people talking about Tiger Woods Someone mentioned that he identifies as much as an Asian person as an African American person I thought to myself, Of course he does, his mother is Asian You form your core identity in relationship to your primary caregivers It s a basic part of the attachment process Then the image of Lisbeth, a white baby, breastfeeding in the loving arms of Mattie, an enslaved wetnurse came to me in a flash I thought about what it would be like for Lisbeth to dearly love Mattie and then be taught by society that she wasn t a full person I wondered how it would feel for Mattie to be forced to abandon Samuel, her own child, in the slave Quarters Then I imagined what the experience would be like for Miss Anne, the birth mother, to have her own child twist away from her to get into Mattie s arms These characters started to haunt me Various scenes popped into my head Though I had never written anything, I was being called to tell this story For my fortieth birthday, I began the personal marathon of writing my first novel I hope you will come to love these characters as much as I haveAt face value Living Right seems like a big leap from Yellow Crocus, but it deals with the same themes a caregiver loving across a huge societal barrierI LOVED returning to Mattie, Lisbeth and Jordan for Mustard Seed The story of finding faith in hopeless times really resonates for me I plan to return to their families ongoing journey after I finish my current novel Paper WifePaper Wife focuses on Mei Ling, a young Chinese woman immigrating to San Francisco through Angel Island a in the early s Reactionary anti immigration laws in the United States and warfare in China caused people desperate for survival to be misleading about their identities so they could be united with family and have access to work Mei Ling yearns to have a life of integrity though it was built on a foundation of liesGolden Poppies returns to the Freedman and Johnson families It was fascinating to bring them to California, to look at the suffrage movement, and to see how they could keep their connection strong in spite of the very different social worlds they occupied.

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  • 320 pages
  • Un granito de mostaza: Laila Ibrahim
  • Laila Ibrahim
  • 13 October 2019
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10 thoughts on “Un granito de mostaza: Laila Ibrahim

  1. says:

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Mustard seed is a wonderful novel that captured my heart This story conveys how people had created disparities between their skin color and how the slavery in past America had created a harsh background for the dark skinned people.The author has managed to express the strong bond between Lisbeth fair skinned and Mattie dark skinned and Lisbeth s beloved nurse and how they had overcome their obstacles by b I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Mustard seed is a wonderful novel that captured my heart This story conveys how people had created disparities between their skin color and how the slavery in past America had created a harsh background for the dark skinned people.The author has managed to express the strong bond between Lisbeth fair skinned and Mattie dark skinned and Lisbeth s beloved nurse and how they had overcome their obstacles by being together The story coveys about the faith and belief that one should have in one s heart regardless of the skin color.A lovely story

  2. says:

    When Lisbeth Johnson was summoned by her mother to return to her home in Virginia as her father was dying, her thoughts were mixed She had escaped her family home after refusing to marry the man her parents had readied for her a cruel, brutal man and in marrying Matthew had estranged her mother, father and brother Jack But she felt it right to return to her father s side and took her two children, six year old Sadie and nine year old Sammy to visit.Meanwhile, also in Ohio, Mattie Freedman, When Lisbeth Johnson was summoned by her mother to return to her home in Virginia as her father was dying, her thoughts were mixed She had escaped her family home after refusing to marry the man her parents had readied for her a cruel, brutal man and in marrying Matthew had estranged her mother, father and brother Jack But she felt it right to return to her father s side and took her two children, six year old Sadie and nine year old Sammy to visit.Meanwhile, also in Ohio, Mattie Freedman, who was Lisbeth s much loved nurse, plus Jordan and Samuel, Mattie s children, were making their way to Virginia to bring Mattie s sister Sarah back home with them But Sarah refused to leave without her two daughters who had been taken from her three years prior, sold to another plantation, even though they were supposedly free Ella and Sophia were out there somewhere, and Mattie was determined to find them so she could bring her sister and nieces home.But there were still people in Virginia who wouldn t respect the ways of the Negro, using and abusing them for their own benefit What would happen when Lisbeth and Mattie joined forces to free their families from the horrors of the past Mustard Seed is the 2nd in the Yellow Crocus series by Laila Ibrahim and I thoroughly enjoyed it The author s writing brings her surroundings to life the echoes of slavery are still there wherever one looks the mustard seeds kept on each character s person are a symbol of hope to the families I loved Yellow Crocus which I read last year and when I discovered 3 was due for release, I immediately bought Mustard Seed to read before Golden Poppies A wonderful, heart wrenching novel, Mustard Seed is one I highly recommend

  3. says:

    What an incredible book And I mean that sincerely I would give Mustard Seed 10 stars if I could This book is so apropos to what is going on in our country today It gave me a lot to think about personally and a huge amount of uncomfortableness I know that s not a word with the world I live in The story itself takes place in post Civil War in Ohio and Virginia thus showing the differences between North and South after the War I will not go into specifics because I had none when I start What an incredible book And I mean that sincerely I would give Mustard Seed 10 stars if I could This book is so apropos to what is going on in our country today It gave me a lot to think about personally and a huge amount of uncomfortableness I know that s not a word with the world I live in The story itself takes place in post Civil War in Ohio and Virginia thus showing the differences between North and South after the War I will not go into specifics because I had none when I started and think it is well worth going in with no expectations I suggest reading the author s first book first, Yellow Crocus The characters and story will make muchsense But it is a book everyone should read It is a part of US history come to life.Thank you to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for the opportunity to read and provide an honest review of this book

  4. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading the Yellow Crocus , so when I realized that this book was continuation of the story I was really excited to read it and I was not disappointed at all I didn t realize how much I craved to hear the rest of the story and to follow the journey of all these fascinating characters.

  5. says:

    It was a good post Civil War story of injustice, freedom and faith Started slow and some parts of the plot didn t work for me but some parts were entertaining and nail biting The first book, Yellow Crocus was better imho.

  6. says:

    This is the second book in the series after Yellow Crocus It s great to catch up with the family and how things are now When Lisbeth Johnson,who was born into privilege in the antebellum South is called back home by her mother she must go,her father is dying She is estranged from her family, their beliefs are not her own and she made a clean break when she married Her family believes in slavery and all that entails and she knows it s wrong Family is family though,blood is thicker than water This is the second book in the series after Yellow Crocus It s great to catch up with the family and how things are now When Lisbeth Johnson,who was born into privilege in the antebellum South is called back home by her mother she must go,her father is dying She is estranged from her family, their beliefs are not her own and she made a clean break when she married Her family believes in slavery and all that entails and she knows it s wrong Family is family though,blood is thicker than water and attend to her dying father she must Her conscience won t let her deny her family Once home she must face the Confederate family she betrayed by marrying an abolitionist Characters we met in the first book Jordan and Mattie return to Fair Oaks, too, to save the family they left behind, who still toil in oppression Family is not just family by blood,it s also by adoption and marriage Oftentimes,as it s shown in this book the children,even the adult children don t comprehend or appreciate the hardships and sacrifices their parents have gone through to make sure their children have a better life than them.Amazing book I look forward to readingby this author Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 Thank you to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for a review copy in exchange for my honest review

  7. says:

    3.5 5 Interesting story about 3 women returning back to Richmond, Virginia, 3 years after the end of the Civil War Lisbeth Johnson left her wealthy family and plantation behind 18 years earlier when she ended her family endorsed engagement to another plantation owner to marry an abolitionist and fellow Virginian She and her husband left her acrimonious family behind to move to Ohio where he fought under the Union flag and where they are bringing up their young children in a loving and peacefu 3.5 5 Interesting story about 3 women returning back to Richmond, Virginia, 3 years after the end of the Civil War Lisbeth Johnson left her wealthy family and plantation behind 18 years earlier when she ended her family endorsed engagement to another plantation owner to marry an abolitionist and fellow Virginian She and her husband left her acrimonious family behind to move to Ohio where he fought under the Union flag and where they are bringing up their young children in a loving and peaceful environment, living and working in proximity with people of colour including former slaves such as her old nurse, Mattie Freedman and Mattie s family With news of her father dying, Lisbeth takes her children back to visit her family after years of estrangement Coincidentally, Mattie decides to take her two adult children back to Richmond to persuade her cousin to join them, as cousin Sally still remains on the plantation in oppressed servitude despite the supposed freedom to all slaves brought about by the end of the war Through their eyes, we see that cruelty, racism and injustice remains long after the war, fueled by the resentment and anger of plantation owners who had lost money, loved ones and sometimes own limbs and physical health to the ravages of the war and who therefore sought to avenge their losses and pride on those slaves remaining behind, too weak, too intimidated, too stunned to leave And even when they had the courage to leave, the law did little to protect their proclaimed freedom, not when the law was meted out by white plantation owners themselves The history is fascinating, describing a horrible time not very frequently covered in stories It is chilling to learn that the atrocities committed against slaves and former slaves in the South continued long after the Thirteenth Amendment was passed because there were no one to enforce the new law While this book tells an important story, the tone of the book is too factual and unsentimental for a novel Coupled this with some less than realistic plot twists, it makes for a somewhat uneven read I don t think this book is classified as Christian Fiction, although it probably ought to be as there is a fair bit of references to faith and God

  8. says:

    Minority opinionClearly I am in the minority here But for me the storyline and characters were overshadowed by the history particularly in the first half of the book The era is history that hasn t gotten a lot of attention and I found the book informative in that way I just was disappointed that portions of the book seemed focused on educating the reader on the history instead of blending the history into the storyline.

  9. says:

    3.5 rounded up to 4

  10. says:

    I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, Move from here to there, and it would move. First reading Yellow Crocus I was drawn immediately in to love the characters of the book It takes place during the years of slavery and plantation life When I finished the book I instantly wantedand I got it The book Mustard Seeds takes us right where Yellow Crocus left off The twists and turns this family takes is hear warming and with drama I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, Move from here to there, and it would move. First reading Yellow Crocus I was drawn immediately in to love the characters of the book It takes place during the years of slavery and plantation life When I finished the book I instantly wantedand I got it The book Mustard Seeds takes us right where Yellow Crocus left off The twists and turns this family takes is hear warming and with drama and fear This book is a residue of hope faith and horror It reminds us of things we would like to forget about the past but throughout it is a testament to love and honor At times hard to read because of the truth inside, but a truly wonderful book I cannot wait to sink my teeth into the third book

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