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Roll Over, Big Toben
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 130

Roll Over, Big Toben

Fifteen-year-old David Lopez loses his father, his pigeons, and the leader of the gang in his Los Angeles neighborhood before he realizes that he must make an important choice for his future.

Stowaway
  • Language: en

Stowaway

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Barrio Teacher
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 81

Barrio Teacher

Arcadia Lopez describes her development from a childhood of poverty and immigration to the achievement of her goal of becoming a teacher in the barrio.

George Washington Gómez
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 302

George Washington Gómez

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The Quixote Cult
  • Language: en

The Quixote Cult

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Raining Backwards
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 208

Raining Backwards

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Diego Rivera the Red
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 302

Diego Rivera the Red

In this colorful recreation of the childhood and early adulthood of Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, his daughter Guadalupe Rivera Marín explores the ideological and artistic development of a revolutionary painter. Rivera Marín begins with a pivotal trip that Diego took with his father at the age of six and continues through his travels in Europe, prior to his return to Mexico, where he would later marry Frida Kahlo and found the muralist movement. With bold colors and decisive brush strokes, Diego Rivera's legacy to the international arts community is undeniable. His murals and paintings grace iconic buildings and cultural centers throughout Mexico, in accordance with Rivera's commitment to...

The Brick People
  • Language: en

The Brick People

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The Truth about Them
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 213

The Truth about Them

A saga of the Cuban-American Morejon family's experiences in New York City and Tampa's Ybor City

El Coyote, the Rebel
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 164

El Coyote, the Rebel

A soldier at the age of eleven; an honorably discharged veteran at age of thirteen; a miner, a cotton-picker, a shepherd, and a graduate of Hollywood High, Luis Perez lived an incredible life, which has shaped his story into a vividly-realized autobiographical account. Originally published in 1947, El Coyote , the Rebel tells how the toddler Luis, son of an Aztec mother and a French diplomat father, ended up in the care of an uncle, who soon drank away most of the boys inheritance. Having run away from cruel treatment, Luis by chance came to fight with the rebel armies in the 1910 Mexican Revolution, received the nickname of "El Coyote" for his cunning, and was wounded in combat. Upon being given a discharge and a twenty-dollar bill, he walked across the border to become an American. His story concludes, after an episode of amorous misadventures in a missionary school, with the young hero preparing to marry his true love and solemnly taking the oath of U.S. citizenship, at "the beginning of a new tomorrow."