The Trenches of Motherhood.
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For this giveaway, one lucky winner will receive these three Lee and Low Books.
See what kind of mischief two Latino sisters get into when they decide to make their own tortillas—out of mud!
Kids will love this book about a multicultural version of mud pies ~ mud tortillas.
In a story told through poetry, two girls–one African American and one Latina, become friends and plan a way to honor special members of their families.
My mother passed away when I was nine years old. Therefore, I completely connected with this book. It is a wonderful story about how two friends help each other through hard times. It also demonstrates positive ways of handling grief, loss, and sadness.
After a day away from home, will Nonie reconsider her move and return to Momma, Daddy, and baby brother? Maybe . . . maybe . . . if she can make a deal about breakfast!
This book fully captures the the soul and spirit of the African American community. It will be appreciated by children and adults.
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