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Delijani’s book a hit
July 22, 2013, 05:00 AM

Grace Yi

Carelle Karimimanesh (left) receives her autographed copy of “Children of the Jacaranda Tree” from its author, Sahar Delijani (seated), at the San Mateo Main Library July 14. Delijani was born in Iran and grew up in California. Her debut novel will be published in more than 70 countries and translated into 25 languages. “Children of the Jacaranda Tree” is a deeply personal tale that gives voice to the men, women, and children who won a war only to find their lives—and those of their descendants—imperiled by its aftermath.

 

 

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