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Abuela's Weave

Abuela's Weave

Omar Castaņeda

Young Esperanza and her grandmother sit side by side, weaving on a backstrap loom, preparing for market day.... read full review

Carolyn's Story: A Book About an Adopted Girl

Carolyn's Story: A Book About an Adopted Girl

Perry Schwartz

Schwartz wrote this book from his daughter's perspective, allowing him to express her thoughts about being adopted in... read full review

Over the Moon

Over the Moon

Karen Katz

Over the Moon, by Karen Katz, is about a couple adopting from Guatemala, and it does a beautiful... read full review

The Colors of Us

The Colors of Us

Karen Katz

This beautifully illustrated story follows Lena and her mother on a walk through the neighborhood as they discover... read full review

The Hummingbird King: A Guatemalan Legend

The Hummingbird King: A Guatemalan Legend

Argentina Palacios

The legend of how the quetzal came to be is set in ancient Mayan times, depicting a power... read full review

The Most Beautiful Place in the World

The Most Beautiful Place in the World

Ann Cameron

The plot centers on Juan, a young boy who lives with his poverty-stricken grandmother. Juan's life takes a... read full review

Tikal: The Center of the Maya World

Tikal: The Center of the Maya World

Elizabeth Mann

This large-format book, consisting of lush drawings, clear photographs, and detailed, informative text, presents the tale of Mayan... read full review

We Wanted You

We Wanted You

Liz Rosenberg

I hadn’t heard about We Wanted You, even though it was published two years ago. Written with love... read full review

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