Becoming Kid Quixote

Becoming Kid Quixote

A True Story of Belonging in America

Book - 2020
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A middle grade memoir told by an extraordinary Mexican American girl, only nine years old, who finds her voice at an after-school program where kids from immigrant families of all ages translate, write, sing, and perform their own original interpretations of Cervantes s Don Quixote, weaving in themes that speak to the current situation for immigrants in America.
Publisher: New York, NY : HarperCollins Publishers, 2020
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780062943262
Call Number: j371.8296 SIER
Characteristics: 215 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Haff, Stephen 1965-- Author


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List - ¡VIVA! 2020 for Kids
SFPL_Family Sep 10, 2020

In this memoir written by Mexican American ten-year-old Sarah Sierra, Sarah and others in a Brooklyn afterschool program perform in an adaptation of Don Quixote, inspired by their pen pals from Immigration and Customs Enforcement facilities.

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