A Gazelle Ate My Homework: A Journey from Ivory Coast to America, from African to Black, and from Undocumented to Doctor (with Side Trips Into Se

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5.2 X 7.9 X 0.8 inches | 0.75 pounds

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About the Author

Habib Fanny is a physician who grew up in post-colonial Cote d'Ivoire before moving to the US. Ali A. Rizvi is a Pakistani-born Canadian doctor and the author of The Atheist Muslim: A Journey from Religion to Reason.


"Read Habib's book for the humor, but mostly for the wisdom. Read it because reading his writing is fun, but mostly because it's insightful. Read this book because it will change the way you see the world, but mostly because it will change you." --Dushka Zapata, author of How To Be Ferociously Happy
"With humility and humor, Habib takes us on his personal adventure in this engaging and clever memoir. A Gazelle Ate My Homework is a captivating look into what it means to be an immigrant, an apostate, and finally, an American." --Dave Consiglio, Jr., author of Spoiler Alert: Everyone Dies, educator, and advocate
"An inherently interesting blending of memoir and social/analytical commentary, Dr. Habib Fanny's A Gazelle Ate My Homework: A Journey from Ivory Coast to America, from African to Black, and from Undocumented to Doctor (with side trips into several religions and assorted misadventures is especially and unreservedly recommended for both community and academic library Contemporary American Biography collections." --Abel Greenspan, Midwest Book Review
"Habib Fanny's observations are thoughtful, witty, and inciteful without being cruel, which makes him a unicorn in the area of social commentary." --Mercedes R. Lackey, author of the Heralds of Valdemar series
"Habib Fanny's honest and moving memoir is a fascinating saga of escape and discovery. With shining intelligence as a guidestar and reason as a compass, he navigates the turbulent waters of immigration and cultural diversity without losing his wits or his wit." --Dan Barker, author of Godless: How An Evangelical Preacher Became One of America's Leading Atheists

"Habib Fanny is many things at once. He lives in many places at once. And that's why his book isn't just one to be read, but experienced."--from the foreword by Ali A. Rizvi
"An addition to the American immigrant story that we need to read about."--Abdi Nor Iftin, author of Call Me American