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Books with title Xochitl and the Flowers/Xochitl, la ni��a de las flores

  • Xochitl and the Flowers/Xochitl, la Nina de las flores

    Jorge Argueta, Carl Angel

    Paperback (Children's Book Press, March 28, 2008)
    Though Xochitl and her family have put down new roots in the United States, Xochitl still misses the garden and flower shop they left behind in El Salvador. But when Xochitl's family decides to start a nursery and sell their flowers on the street, the sense of community they find makes them feel connected to their neighbors, and their decision to start a nursery and flower shop in their backyard helps the Flores family finally feels at home in its adopted country.
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  • Xochitl and the Flowers/Xochitl, la niña de las flores

    Jorge Argueta, Carl Angel

    Hardcover (Children's Book Press, June 19, 2003)
    Miles away from their home in El Salvador, Xochitl (Soh-cheel) and her family make a home in America. Xochitl misses her family’s small flower business and garden back home. By selling flowers on the street the Flores family begin to make friends with their new neighbors. But it is not until the family decides to start a nursery that Xochitl learns the value of community. Award-winning writer Jorge Argueta has crafted a moving story about a family’s determination to set down roots and about their child’s blooming in a new environment. Carl Angel’s artwork splendidly documents this quintessentially American immigration story.
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  • Xochitl and the Flowers: Xóchitl, la Niña de las Flores by Jorge Argueta

    Jorge Argueta; Angel;

    Paperback (CBP, March 15, 1656)
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