Child of the Flower-Song People by Gloria Amesuca (author) and Duncan Tonatiuh (illustrator)

As a young Nahua girl in Mexico during the early 1900s, Luz learned how to grind corn in a metate, to twist yarn with her toes, and to weave on a loom. By the fire at night, she listened to stories of her community’s joys, suffering, and survival, and wove them into her heart.

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