"A young Latina girl accidentally breaks her grandfather's vihuela and searches for someone in the community to fix the instrument, which leads her to discover her grandfather's legacy as a mariachi. Includes an author's note and glossary"--
The remarkable story of honourary Newfoundlander Lanier Phillips, who survived a shipwreck during the Second World War and went on to become a civil rights activist, is told for children in this heartwarming, vibrantly illustrated picture book.
Raina Telgemeier a grandit à San Francisco. Après avoir obtenu son diplôme à la School of Visual Arts de New York, elle a publié plusieurs bandes dessinées à succès. Elle a aussi adapté et illustré les Baby-sitters Club, qui figurent sur les listes Great Graphic Novels for teens (Young... More Info
A little girl and her mother have fled their homeland, making the long and treacherous journey to find a new place to call home. We came here on a boat. Our trip took so long, sometimes I wondered if I would ever walk on grass again. A brave little girl and her mother escape a war-torn land. On the... More Info