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Enrique Flores-Galbis

Born: Cuba

Current Home: Forest Hills, United States of America

Enrique Flores-Galbis, at age nine, was one of 14,000 children who left Cuba in 1961, without their parents, in a mass exodus called Operation Pedro Pan. He and his two older brothers spend months in a refugee camp in southern Florida and this novel is directly inspired by that experience. Enrique is an artist, lecturer, and the author of Raining Sardines.

He lives in Forest Hills, NY with his family.