Downtown Boy (Tomas Rivera Mexican-American Children's Book Award (Awards))
A novel in verse, this is the tale of a boy who grows up in California in the 1950s brings an exciting new talent to Scholastic Press.
Juanito Paloma, his mother Lucha, and his elderly father Felipe, are a tiny family who, after years of working in the fields of California's Central Valley, move to San Francisco's Latin Mission District to live with relatives. Juanito longs to be in one place, rather than "going, going, going," and pines for the love of his often-absent father. This family story of growing up Latino will resonate with readers of all backgrounds.
Specifications of Downtown Boy (Tomas Rivera Mexican-American Children's Book Award (Awards))
|Author||Juan Felipe Herrera|
|Number Of Pages||304|
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