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Nancy Osa


“We write from where we have been to where we wish we could be.”—Nancy Osa

Nancy Osa is the winner of the Delacorte Press Prize for a First Young Adult Novel for Cuba 15.


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Write what you don’t know . . .

Don’t you love reading about your hometown in a book or seeing it in a movie? I sure do. It makes you feel a part of something important. Reciprocally, it’s fun to learn intimate details about other settings, other lands, or other worlds through fiction. I’m not sure which is best. In writing Cuba 15, my novel about a Cuban...

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Cuba 15
Written by Nancy Osa

eBook | 304 pages | Delacorte Books for Young Readers | Juvenile Fiction - Ethnic - Hispanic & Latino
978-0-307-43326-8 (0-307-43326-9)

December 18, 2007 | $9.99

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Cuba 15
Written by Nancy Osa

Format: eBook
ISBN: 9780307433268
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Violet Paz has just turned 15, a pivotal birthday in the eyes of her Cuban grandmother. Fifteen is the age when a girl enters womanhood, traditionally celebrating the occasion with a quinceañero. But while Violet is half Cuban, she’s also half Polish, and more importantly, she feels 100% American. Except for...

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Cuba 15
Written by Nancy Osa

Trade Paperback | 304 pages | Ember | Juvenile Fiction - Ethnic - Hispanic & Latino
978-0-385-73233-8 (0-385-73233-3)

March 8, 2005 | $9.99

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Cuba 15
Written by Nancy Osa

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ISBN: 9780385732338
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Violet Paz has just turned 15, a pivotal birthday in the eyes of her Cuban grandmother. Fifteen is the age when a girl enters womanhood, traditionally celebrating the occasion with a quinceañero. But while Violet is half Cuban, she’s also half Polish, and more importantly, she feels 100% American. Except for...

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