The land of the cranes
Nine-year-old Betita and her parents fled Mexico after her uncle was killed by the cartels, and settled in Los Angeles seeking political asylum and safety in what her father calls Aztlan, the land of the cranes; but now they have been swept up by by the government's Immigration Customs Enforcement, her father deported back to Mexico, and Betita and her mother confined in a family detention camp--Betita finds heart in her imagination and the picture poems her father taught her, but each day threatens to further tear her family apart.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Bloomfield Public Library||J FIC Salazar (Text)
|Williamson Public Library||J FIC 4-6 SAL (Text)
Children's Chapter Books