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Authentic gripping Mexican literature, highly recommended !!!!!!Published 20 days ago by Isabelle Forman
Bought this for my daughter's school work assignment, and it arrived on time. If you do not speak or read Spanish, I recommend a translator of some source, as she was extremely... Read morePublished 24 days ago by EMT
The Tequila Worm begins as vignettes and then moves into a more traditional narrative when Sofia, the Mexican-American protagonist, is a fourteen-year-old high school freshman. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Latinxs in Kid Lit
It was such a good book and completely relates to Mexican Americans who live in the RGVPublished 6 months ago by Veronica Fonseca
4 Platypires for The Tequila Worm by Viola Canales
The title and the cover is what initially hooked me. Read more
I loved the accounts of what a good comadre means, the Dia de Muertos and Nacimiento traditions. These traditions must be preserved for future generations to enjoy. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
I needed this book. It was a pleasant break from the heaviness of the last two books we’ve featured, which isn’t to say that it’s insignificant or unimportant in any way. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Vamos a Leer