What Can You Do With a Rebozo?

By Carmen Tafolla, Amy Córdova (Illustrator)

Rich, vibrant colors swirl and swoosh across full-page spreads, depicting the family home of an imaginative, young Mexican American girl who playfully invents modern-day uses for the traditional Mexican rebozo, or long scarf.

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