Race car driver Milka Duno is a playful, studious, and mischievous child as she races and competes through the inspiring pages of this book, "Go, Milka, Go! The Life of Milka Duno" Milka shares her most tender early childhood memories, her desire to learn and achieve, and the dedication necessary to succeed, from the first school days in Caracas, Venezuela, to the competitions in the racing circuits. Through the story, young readers will be inspired by Milka's message: the value of education, the pleasure of competing and winning, team effort, determination, solidarity and generosity are the main ingredients to a successful life. She demystifies "popularity" as it is understood today in schools; and above all, she supports hard work, discipline, perseverance and self-confidence as the path to fulfilling our dreams.
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Executive Director and C.E.O, St Alban’s Child Enrichment Center, Miami, Florida
“When Ms. Milka Duno visited our children here at St. Alban’s, there were also a number of parents in the audience; she told them ‘the most important thing you can give your children is an education.’ She told them that her parents sometimes worked two and three jobs so she could study. Milka said that ‘because of their concern and sacrifice, she is most grateful to her parents.’ I wanted Milka to impress upon the children the urgency of seizing all educational opportunities that will come their way, and, she did just that – and the children just loved her presentation.”