It's often been said that every immigrant to America has a story -- and Angella Nazarian shows us once again just how true this is. Her fascinating book -- part memoir, part travelogue -- offers some keen insight into what life was like in Iran before the Revolution there. But just as insightful is the story of how a little girl arrives in Beverly Hills -- without Mom and Dad -- and tries to navigate the oddities of modern day Los Angeles. Life as a Vistor shows us that Angella Nazarian has a soft touch and big heart. Her poems are lovely. This book is simply a joy.
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