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De como tia Lola aprendio a ensenar

By: Julia Alvarez

Tia Lola is going back to school in this Spanish translation of How Tia Lola Learned to Teach!Tia Lola has been invited to teach Spanish at her niece and nephew's elementary school, but Miguel wants nothing...

De como tia Lola salvo el verano

By: Julia Alvarez

Miguel Guzman isn't exactly looking forward to the summer now that his mother has agreed to let the Sword family—a father, his three daughters, and their dog—live with them while they decide...

De como tia Lola termino empezando otra vez

By: Julia Alvarez

Welcome to Tía Lola's bed and breakfast! With the help of her niece and nephew and the three Sword Sisters, Tía Lola is opening the doors of Colonel Charlebois' grand old Vermont house to...


De como tia Lola vino (de visita) a quedarse

By: Julia Alvarez

Julia Alvarez’s heartwarming novel—now in Spanish.Moving to Vermont after his parents split, Miguel has plenty to worry about! Tía Lola, his quirky, carismática, and maybe magical...

Devolver al Remitente (Return to Sender Spanish Edition)

By: Julia Alvarez

After Tyler's father is injured in a tractor accident, his family is forced to hire migrant Mexican workers to help save their Vermont farm from foreclosure. Tyler isn’t sure what to make of these...



Resources

Dark Water

By: Laura McNeal

Fifteen-year-old Pearl DeWitt and her mother live in Fallbrook, California, where it’s sunny 340 days of the year, and where her uncle owns a grove of 900 avocado trees. Uncle Hoyt hires migrant...

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