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Join us at Woodfield for a signing and reading of Fiona McEntee’s book “Our American Dream” June 17th | 1pm CST
June 17 @ 1:00 pm
June 17th | 1pm CST
Our American Dream | Fiona McEntee
Join us for a special book reading and signing event with award-winning Immigration Attorney Fiona McEntee as she presents her children’s book, “Our American Dream.”
Bring your kids and gather at Barbara’s Bookstore on June 17th to be immersed in a delightful storytelling experience. Fiona will read her book to the audience, taking you on a magical journey of hope and resilience.
After the reading, Fiona will be available to sign copies of “Our American Dream,” making it a cherished keepsake for your family. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the talented author and inspire your children to embrace their dreams.
We kindly request that if you would like your book signed, it must be purchased at Barbara’s Bookstore. To ensure a smooth and efficient signing process, please present your receipt as proof of purchase.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Immigrants come from countries far,
to dream their dreams beneath American stars.
Let’s see who’s here in this great place,
a land of diversity: the United States
Our American Dream is written by Fiona McEntee, an award-winning nationally recognized immigration lawyer. As an immigrant, mom of two young children, and lawyer who fights for justice every day, Fiona wrote Our American Dream to help explain the importance of a diverse and welcoming America. Our American Dream is the first in a series that celebrates immigrants and immigration.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Fiona McEntee is an award-winning, nationally recognized immigration lawyer. She is the founding and managing attorney of McEntee Law Group, an immigration law firm based in Chicago. Fiona and her team of passionate advocates represent individuals and families, as well as some of the world’s leading musicians, artists, athletes, innovative entrepreneurs, and multinational and U.S. companies. Fiona is a national spokesperson for the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). You may recognize her from her frequent national and international media appearances, including on MSNBC, BBC, CNN.com, and RTÉ, and in Politico, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, and Irish Central, among others.