Isla to island (Mar 2022)

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    • Publication Year:
    • Pages:
      192 p.
    • Dewey Decimal Classification:
      741.5; Fic
    • Reading Level (Grade):
      5 6 7 8
    • Starred Reviews:
      Kirkus (March 1, 2022)
      Publishers Weekly (February 7, 2022)
      School Library Journal (January 2022)
    • Subjects:
      Girls; Child immigrants; Child refugees; Moving to a new country; Foster parents; City life; Culture shock; Language barrier; Libraries; Books and reading; Plants; Cooking; Friendship; Immigration and emigration; Home (Concept); American people; Caribbean people; Cuban people; North American people; Cuba; Brooklyn, New York City; New York City; 1960s; Historical comics; Comics and graphic novels; Stories without words
    • Abstract:
      Marisol loves her colorful island home. Cuba is vibrant with flowers and food and people…but things are changing. The home Marisol loves is no longer safe—and then it’s no longer her home at all. Her parents are sending her to the United States. Alone. Nothing about Marisol’s new life in cold, gray Brooklyn feels like home—not the language, school, or even her foster parents. But Marisol starts to realize that home isn’t always a place. And finding her way can be as simple as staying true to herself.
    • Abstract:
      The wordless narrative is incredibly impactful, underscoring Marisol's alienation and the language barrier she faces. Kirkus
    • Reviews:
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    • Country of Publication:
      United States of America
    • ISBN:
      9781534469242, hardback, US
      9781534469235, paperback, US
    • Accession Number: