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Frida Kahlo’s Work Table, Mexico City, 1951 (Gisèle Freund)

Frida Kahlo’s Work Table, Mexico City, 1951 (Gisèle Freund)

Alicia's fruity drinks = Las aguas frescas de Alicia  Author:Lupe Ruiz-Flores; Laura Lacámara; Gabriela Baeza Ventura  Publisher:Houston, Tex. : Piñata Books, ©2012.  Edition/Format: Book : Fiction : Primary school : English   Summary:After enjoying a blended fruit drink called aguas frescas during a festival celebrating Mexico's independence, seven-year-old Alicia and her mother make their own at home, then invite Alicia's soccer team over to try them.

Alicia's fruity drinks = Las aguas frescas de Alicia Author:Lupe Ruiz-Flores; Laura Lacámara; Gabriela Baeza Ventura Publisher:Houston, Tex. : Piñata Books, ©2012. Edition/Format: Book : Fiction : Primary school : English Summary:After enjoying a blended fruit drink called aguas frescas during a festival celebrating Mexico's independence, seven-year-old Alicia and her mother make their own at home, then invite Alicia's soccer team over to try them.

Raven & Wolf - I See You, I Understand You

Raven & Wolf - I See You, I Understand You

Mexico may be her parents’ home, but it’s certainly not Margie’s. She has finally convinced the other kids at school she is one-hundred percent American—just like them. But when her Mexican cousin Lupe visits, the image she’s created for herself crumbles. Things aren’t easy for Lupe, either. Lupe, as much as Margie, is in need of a friend. Little by little, the girls’ individual steps find the rhythm of one shared dance, and they learn what “home” really means.

Mexico may be her parents’ home, but it’s certainly not Margie’s. She has finally convinced the other kids at school she is one-hundred percent American—just like them. But when her Mexican cousin Lupe visits, the image she’s created for herself crumbles. Things aren’t easy for Lupe, either. Lupe, as much as Margie, is in need of a friend. Little by little, the girls’ individual steps find the rhythm of one shared dance, and they learn what “home” really means.

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doesn't get much cuter

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