I Will Always Stay Me: Writings of Migrant Children
Sherry Kafka, Robert Coles
Texas Monthly Press, 1982 - Literary Criticism - 138 pages
A collection of poetry and prose written by children of migrant workers in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
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