Hornbill's Daughter

Hornbill's Daughter

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A true story of courage and faith and how a young Borneo native girl with a burning desire to better herself grows up in a village on the island of Borneo where she witnesses poverty, injustice and inequality in the treatment of women in a male dominant culture. An inspiring and heart warming book.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 236 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 13mm | 322g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507663595
  • 9781507663592
  • 1,934,976

About Mrs Angela Raduk Miller

Angela Raduk Miller was born in the era of the Baby Boomers on the island of Borneo, in the country of Sarawak, East Malaysia. She is one of the members of an indigenous tribe on this island referred to as Land Dayak or Bidayuh. Angela was educated under the British Education System, when her country was a British Colony. She received a Home Economics certificate and then taught Home Economics among the indigenous people for 5 years. Angela now lives in the small town of Eureka in Northwestern Montana, near the border of British Columbia, Canada. She has lived here for the past 40 years with her husband, who is a retired school teacher. They have two grown sons, one grandson and have taken in 5 foreign exchange students and 13 foster children. Angela enjoys traveling, oil painting, writing poetry, cooking, sewing, gardening and reading self-improvement books.
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