Anything Can Happen has ratings and 38 reviews. Amanda said: Do you ever wonder what an immigrant from the ‘s went through when they arrived in. George Papashvily was a Georgian-American writer and sculptor. Contents. 1 Life; 2 Works Their first book was Anything Can Happen (), which recounted Papashvily’s experiences as a penniless immigrant. Originally published in a. This January Book of the Month Club dual selection was reported originally in September when scheduled for fall publication — as follows: “”And lots does.
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Jan 10, Gail rated it liked it Shelves: He seeks people who speak his language and who understand his culture.
Papashvily succeeded both as a sculptor and as an author; he was also a cam engineer and inventor.
Views Read Edit View history. Home About Help Search. What’s not to love about this? A charming story of an optimistic immigrant learning to fit in in his new country and sometimes fitting his new country happpen the old one.
Their new home is the US, and they are so grateful and proud of their new country.
My husband and I have read it aloud together and laughed so hard we cried. English View all editions and formats. It is also a way to see the importance of deep friendships. Jul 24, Adam Levine rated it it was amazing.
Feb 02, Natalya rated it it was amazing Shelves: Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts. He arrives in the United States poor, young and unable to speak English.
I wasn’t familiar with it, so read a few pages, and was hooked. Please enter your papsahvily.
Anything Can Happen
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It is witty from start to finish. Retrieved papahvily ” https: He’s sweet and honest and funny and kind. This has got to be one of funniest, most inspiring, and uplifting books ever written. The story is a touching one of the hopes and dreams which many carried The name field abything required. I remember this book as funny and tear jerking. There’s a wonderful account of a trip across country in an old car piled high with an assortment of furniture, keepsakes and people.
Are there others like Georgi needing our help today? Not a book I would have ever read outside of the book club, but found it to be well worth my time. I hope this delightful little gem of a book gets reprinted soon. A heart warming account of an immigrant’s experience in the United States.
ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN by George & Helen Papashvily | Kirkus Reviews
Sep 09, Jessica rated it it was amazing. Jul 28, Robyn rated it really liked it.
The last two chapters are not to be missed. I very much enjoyed this little book, published in