Prince of Peace: Zulma's Story
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Like many Guatemalan girls, 14-year-old Zulma works to support her family instead of going to school. She always has to be the responsible one instead of her mama who has such bad taste in men, her rebellious, boy-crazy older sister, and a younger sister she promised to raise. When tragedy strikes, the sisters are sent to Prince of Peace, a home for girls near Guatemala City. Once there, Zulma finally gets what she wants—an education—so she won’t have to sell jewelry to tourists forever to support herself. But, when more trouble arises, Zulma’s forced to choose between family loyalty and her own happiness.
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Mitchell, Marie, "Prince of Peace: Zulma's Story" (2014). EKU Faculty and Staff Books Gallery. 98.