by Publisher’s Weekly likens Look Both Ways in the Barrio Blanco, the debut novel of Judith Robbins Ross, to Junie B. Jones/Ramona Quimby if Junie or Ramona had been a Mexican-American girl whose pre-teen concerns included “immigration, culture and language.” It is a good comparison, and I think readers who enjoy those characters will also love Jacinta, whose life takes a major turn […]
Cinco de Mayo Celebration and the Influence of Mexican Culture in the U.S.
by Per a report on Business Insider, Mexicans are amongst the largest ancestry groups in the United States. Mexicans come in 4th place with a whopping 31+ million Mexicans living in the US. With Germans, Black/African Americans, and Irish preceding in the first three places. This post contains affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase, we […]