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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Poems celebrate themes and moods from Hispanic American teenage life, from the passion of learning English to the pain of ethnic prejudice.
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Lori M. Carlson is an editor and translator who has concentrated on bringing Latino literature to American readers. As co-editor of Where Angels Glide at Dawn, she introduced new Latin American authors to younger readers. She is the founder of the bilingual children's magazine Azul. Most recently she edited American Eyes. Ms. Carlson lives in New York City.Review:
“This spirited, significant collection of poetry for young adults by poets of Latin American heritage is enlivened both by the considerable energy of the poems and by the juxtaposition--and sometimes intermingling--of English and Spanish. ... The collection is eminently successful in celebrating the particular experience of growing up Latino in the United States.” ―The Horn Book, starred review
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Book Description Paw Prints 2008-08-11, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1439522499