On the heels of four-time award-winning series debut title Good Night Captain Mama/ Buenas Noches Capitán Mamá, I'm proud to announce the national availability of my second book in the series. Captain Mama’s Surprise/ La Sorpresa de Capitán Mamá (ISBN: 978-0-9973090-0-3) is now shipping via the Gracefully Global publisher store HERE. It's also available in hardcover format via Amazon here. This book was honored as 1st Place winner, 2016 International Latino Book Awards in the “Most Inspirational Children’s Picture Book” category! Read my military bio here.
Other awards detailed here.
As the American green economy picks up momentum, what industries are being transformed for long-term sustainability? What opportunities await you as you begin your business career or your career transition? Which businesses are leading the transformation? What role is the Latino business community playing in this transformation and how can you join them? Who will be growing and hiring for years to come? How can you best position yourself to join the great green American wave?
You will read about:
- Industry transformations and success stories of sustainable businesses
- Who is creating long-term solutions for our new sustainable, green economy
- How Latinos are applying their hard work, talent, education, innovative thinking, culturally-engrained environmental advocacy, and creative spirit to improve America for all Americans
When I Was There: Life at Berkeley 1960-2010
(Published May 2010. An Anthology of Alumni Authors)
From the 1960s to the 21st century, this anthology contains personal stories of life as a Cal student: heart-warming, heart wrenching, and humorous. Incoming freshman, students, and alumni get to see Cal as it was and as it is today. Written entirely by Cal alumni authors, part-nostalgic, part-pride, and part wonderment, When I Was There celebrates the many facets of the UC Berkeley experience. (Note: My essay begins with "Ever wonder what the inside of the Stanford tree smells like?" It's titled "Inhaling the Stanford Tree" and yes, it's based on a true story of the "borrowing" of the tree one spring day......)