Still Dreaming / Seguimos Soñando
|Author(s)||Claudia Guadalupe Martínez|
|Publisher||Lee & Low Books|
In the first children's book to describe the long-forgotten chapter of U.S. history known as Mexican Repatriation, a boy and his family leave their beloved home to avoid being separated by the government. Faced with the prospect of being separated from each other, a young boy and his family make the difficult decision to leave their home and begin a journey filled with uncertainty. On the road, they meet other people like them. Families with deep roots tied to the land. Others that helped build the railroads. Some were shop owners and factory workers. Each with similar hopes and dreams. This book is bilingual (English and Spanish).