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The main characters of The Prince of Los Cocuyos: A Miami Childhood novel are John, Emma. The book has been awarded with Randy Shilts Award Nominee (2015), Lambda Literary Award for Gay Memoir (2015) and many others.

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One of the Best Works of Richard Blanco. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 249 pages and is available in Hardcover format for offline reading.

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Author: Richard Blanco
Book Format: Hardcover
Original Title: The Prince of Los Cocuyos: A Miami Childhood
Number Of Pages: 249 pages
First Published in: September 30th 2014
Latest Edition: September 30th 2014
Language: English
Awards: Randy Shilts Award Nominee (2015), Lambda Literary Award for Gay Memoir (2015), Maine Literary Award for Memoir (2015)
Generes: Autobiography, Memoir, Non Fiction, Biography, Lgbt, Poetry, Glbt, Queer, Biography, Autobiography, Biography Memoir, Queer, Queer Lit, Academic, School,
Formats: audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.

The book can be easily translated to readable Russian, English, Hindi, Spanish, Chinese, Bengali, Malaysian, French, Portuguese, Indonesian, German, Arabic, Japanese and many others.

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After reading “The Prince of Los Cocuyos” I’ve learned the major them of this novel: change. Changes occur everywhere in the world; every minute, every second. Most people generally frown upon changes. Changes can bring fear, doubt, isolation, or even pain. When I was very young, I used to like changes. Changes were something to look forward to; it was fun to meet new people, fun to see new places, and even fun to learn new things. At the age of ten, my mom told me that we are moving to America. I paid no mind to her words and thought it would be a fun trip, but little did I know that this was going to completely alter my perception change. These changes that happened over night will remain as unpleasant memories and learning experiences throughout my life.
The very first issue with moving to America was communication, which includes reading, writing, and speaking. In Argentina, schools are not required to teach English, leaving me with very little knowledge of the language. I only knew a few basic sentences such as “Hello, how are you?” or “My name is Bruno, nice to meet you.” I learned these few sentences as the basics of English. When I started going to school in America, the first I noticed was that I was unable to communicate with my peers beyond introduction. This caused many problems for me. I was unable to learn properly in school, and even at home the only person I could talk to was my parents. I wasn’t the only one to struggle as my family had a tough time adapting here. My neighborhood consists of Jews and African Americans, none Hispanics. So for many years it was mostly us, the family.
My parents were struggling the most living here at first. When they arrived they had to learn English quick so they can read the bills. Also learn to speak quick so they know what an accountant or federal agent. It was hard for them at first but they didn’t give up. They took English classes late after work for a few year...

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