Reyna Grande’s “The Distance Between Us” in El Paso

Reyna Grande

Reyna Grande

As we count down to the National Book Critics Circle Awards, for which Reyna Grande’s The Distance Between Us is a finalist in the autobiography category, here’s a review from the El Paso Times. Calling immigration “The monster who steals parents,” Martha Statz notes that Reyna Grande’s account of her family’s immigration troubles is only all too typical for millions of Hispanic children.

Reyna Grande is an award-winning author and speaker. Her other books include the novels Across a Hundred Mountains and Dancing with Butterflies.

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