A Child’S Voyage to New Life: Memoir of a Little Italian Girl

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iUniverse, Dec 7, 2016 - Biography & Autobiography - 146 pages
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Following in his brothers footsteps, Rose Catalanos father decides to leave an Italy that has been ravaged by the war and try his fortunes in the New World. They face the challenges of making their way in a strange land, with no knowledge of English, with strange new foods, customs, holidays, and where laws are formidable. Yet gradually, the family adjusts to life in Toronto. Roses parents find jobs and eventually buy a home, bettering themselves in their chosen country as have immigrants before them.

Against her fathers wishes and traditional Italian family values, Rose finds employment and furthers her education. Soon she meets her husband, and they start their own family. After her children reach school age, she finds responsible caregivers and rejoins the workforce. Her responsibilities increase with each job until she begins to think about starting her own business.

Rose Catalano is an entrepreneur. The life lessons shared in her book reflect her belief that regardless of ones nationality or heritage, there is always someone we can look up to, admire, or be inspired by. A natural storyteller, she shares what she has learned from her mentors, especially her grandmother, in this unique memoir.

 

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Contents

Testimonials
Crossing the Ocean
Acknowledging What
Adopting Ones Own Safety Measures
Nostalgia and the Way Forward
A Daunting Task
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Rose Catalano is a successful businesswoman. She has been honored by the International Women’s Leadership Association as a woman of outstanding leadership and is listed in the current Worldwide Who’s Who Registry of Executives, Professionals and Entrepreneurs. A Child’s Voyage to New Life is her second book. She currently lives with her family in Canada.

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