Featuring Maricella Avelar Scott, author of Mexican Bread: A Family Biography, a story about growing up in a large Mexican family who developed a nightly tradition of going to buy Mexican bread. “My autobiography is a story of my personal family experiences and at the journey my family had with Mexican Bread. This autobiography describes my family’s history, achievements, happiness, humor and sadness. It also includes my personal connection with my grandmother’s and mother’s cooking, and the original recipes that my grandmother and my mother used daily to cook for our large Mexican family. A few years ago I published my first book How To Be A Fabulous Aunt available at Barnes and Noble.com, Xlibris.com and Amazon.com. My website for Mexican Bread is www.mexicanbreadthebook.com.”
About Maricella Avelar Scott:
Maricella has been featured in several newspapers, online magazines and websites. Her book is currently being sold at Liberia Martinez Santa Ana, Los Angeles Public Library Gift shop, and available for check out and several other bookstores in New York. It is also on display and being sold in their gift shops At MOLAA Museum of Latin America in Long Beach, The National Museum of Mexican Art Chicago, IL, Museo Hispano De Nevada and The Bowers Museum in Santa Ana.