Belen, New Mexico – 22nd February, 2018 – War affects children in different ways. Children who are dependent on the care, empathy, and attention of adults who love them have this attachment frequently disrupted in times of war, due to various reasons.
“Breaking The Silence” by brilliant author Maria j. Nieto was written to inform and educate those unaware of the suffering caused to children by wars and by dictatorships.
Children’s mind and emotions are easily affected by the actions and preaching’s of adults. Dictatorships and hardcore politician can control and turn normal children into murderous fascists who kill, torture and destroy in the name of patriotism. The world needs to learn and be aware when persons in power begin to take away the personal liberties of adults, and take over and poison the minds of children with religious and or political obsession ideologies of control and power.
This book is filled with imaginative illustrations written in well-structured and simple English. It is guaranteed to wow its readers and keep them on the edge of their seats in anticipation, as they pace through from page to page.
For more information, visit: https://www.amazon.com/Breaking-Silence-Novel-Spains-Civil/dp/1491761016
About the author
The author was born in New York City, USA from a Spanish father and a mother of Italian descent. She was taken to Spain at a very early age and grew up in Spain until adolescence when she returned to her country of birth.
After finishing High School, the author joined the US Navy where she served four years in the Navy’s Hospital Corp’s Psychiatric Services during the Korean War. Following an Honorable discharge from the Navy attended nursing school in Philadelphia. The author graduated from nursing education school followed by a degree in Nursing Education and graduate and post-graduate degrees in Mental Health Education and Counseling Psychology. After some years of teaching Psychiatric Nursing in Philadelphia, the author accepted a position with the Department of Public Health in New Mexico and worked in mental health for the Indian Health Service serving the Navajo Nation and Pueblo populations.
After some time the author moved to Albuquerque where she worked for many years in the University Of New Mexico Department Of Emergency Psychiatric Services.
Now retired, the author lives in New Mexico with her horse, two geese, and an unknown number of chickens.
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Contact Person: Maria J. Nieto
Country: United States