Daylight Forever is the true story of a young Bahá’í girl’s dangerous, solo escape from Iran to the United States as a 15-year-old refugee.
A reluctant author, Mahvash Khajavi-Harvey was convinced to write Daylight Forever by her daughter who experienced animosity toward immigrants at her school in 2016.
This memoir is a story of hope and resilience, tolerance and acceptance. Mahvash illustrates our shared human destiny through the power of community and compassion.
Her “happy ending” of becoming a successful businesswoman in the United States is inspiring.
She also earmarks a portion of the book’s proceeds for non-profits that support immigrants and women’s rights.
Troubled by the disturbing immigration and refugee crisis at the US southern border, Mahvash Khajavi-Harvey wrote Daylight Forever to encourage compassion, tolerance and acceptance.