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A POCKETFUL OF MEMORIES

A POCKETFUL OF MEMORIES

A POCKETFUL OF MEMORIES
Thirteen-year-old Emily Seow and family are in Malacca visiting her paternal grandfather, Grand. Uncle Thomas, his wife Auntie Nelly and their two children are there too. What appears to be an ordinary family gathering turns out to be an occasion where secrets are revealed, self-identities are challenged, and familial bonds are tested. Grand is gradually losing his memory, and now keeps his treasures close to him. Emily finds herself confronted with a revelation that could unravel what she once thought was true. Auntie Nelly, whose difficult childhood have made her the strong and determined woman she is, comes to realise that these very attributes may eventually cause her to lose everything that ever mattered to her. This is a story that tells how love is about accepting others, even in their frailties; how courage is about forgiving another; and how
it is often from the weakest among us, that we learn wisdom and charity.
A Pocketful of Memories tells what it really means to be family.
MARGERIE KAHLENBERG-WILLIAMS | THE AUTHOR
Margerie Kahlenberg-Williams was born in Singapore to a Peranakan mother, Maggie Seow, and a German father, Ernest Kahlenberg. Married with two teenage children, she has an M.A. from the University of Oklahoma, U.S.A., and a B.A. from McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada. She worked in the publishing industry before she was headhunted to work for several international executive search firms where she became a Partner at Amrop International. She later left the company to devote her time to her family. They subsequently moved to the UK where Margerie worked as a Learning Support Assistant for close to a decade, before relocating to Australia with her family in July this year. Margerie has authored several books for children and young adults. Her more recent work, The Five Coins, was one of five winners in the “Beyond Words: Young and Younger” contest organised by the National Arts Council of Singapore.
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Weight 0.28 grams
Author Margerie Kahlenberg-Williams
ISBN 978-981-4342-93-3
Size 152 x 227 mm
Extent 172
Hardcover / Softcover Softcover
Illustrated or Black & White Illustrated or Black & White:
Language English
 
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