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I very much enjoyed this book and find it not only accurate but interesting.
I love the way the book was written but I must say you need to be making sure you are paying attention, because you can get lost on who's talking.
Julia Alvarez's new book, RETURN TO SENDER, explores the issue of illegal immigration.
***SPOILERS******** I felt this book was an OK read for YA- that is, no bad language, characters were preteens. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by Zora Y
I love all her books, especially "Time of the Butterflies". Very touching.Published 12 days ago by Eva R. D'Angelico
Julia Alvarez. A Latina author who now lives and teaches in Vermont, this YA novel was inspired by her own experiences and written from own unique perspective. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Whatwillshereadnext
I didn't like the book at first but then I got into it and I really loved the story line
But my favorite parts were the letters by both María and Tyler
Good book and loved the plot. I am almost 12 so I liked to relate Mari and Tyler's life to minePublished 9 months ago by Pokemon trainer Abby Branco
THIS IS BOOK WAS FOR MY SON AND IT WAS GOOD. BOOK WAS IN GOOD SHAPE. WOULD RECOMMEND FOR ANY MIDDLE SCHOOL CHILD.Published 11 months ago by SHANTA HILL
Amazing book yet it was required for school and those are never fun. All in all it was a good quality book.Published 12 months ago by Marty J Schoor
This is not a book for younger kids and by that I mean.... Maybe not even high school kids.
It has a huge Liberal agenda and false historical information. Read more
This book is so on point. It reminded me of my brothers, uncles, nephews. Their struggles. My parents and how we weren't allowed to speak English at home so as not to lose our... Read morePublished 14 months ago by M. Flaca. M de G.