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Review: The Upside Down Boy/El nino de cabeza

User Review  - Naomi - Goodreads

Juan Felipe Herrera delivers yet another wonderful tale from his own childhood, that of entering a school, losing his self-trust about his voice, and regaining it again with the aid of his teacher. Lush artwork, wonderful words, great story. Read full review

Review: The Upside Down Boy/El nino de cabeza

User Review  - Jill - Goodreads

This bilingual book describes what happens when Juanito's migrant family moves from a rural area to the city of San Diego so he can go to school. He doesn't speak English and is afraid. His tongue ... Read full review

Review: The Upside Down Boy/El nino de cabeza

User Review  - Colleen - Goodreads

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Review: The Upside Down Boy/El nino de cabeza

User Review  - Ellen - Goodreads

Juanito has spent his childhood following his campesino parents as they work the fields of California. But now Juanito is eight and Mama Lucha has decided it's time for him to go to school. Juan ... Read full review

Review: The Upside Down Boy/El nino de cabeza

User Review  - MeganRdg3320 - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book it something that almost everyone can relate to. A boy and his family move and he has to start going to a new school. He is a migrant and feels different from everyone else ... Read full review


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