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Subject=Mexican Americans--Juvenile fiction.

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    Lowriders to the center of the Earth

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    Lowriders to the center of the Earth

    Camper, Cathy, author.

    When a series of earthquakes hit their town and Genie, their beloved cat, disappears, Lupe Impala, Elirio Malaria, and El Chavo Octopus travel to the realm of the Aztec god of the Underworld, who is keeping Genie prisoner.

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    The living

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    The living

    de la Peña, Matt.

    After an earthquake destroys California and a tsunami wrecks the luxury cruise ship where he is a summer employee, high schooler Shy confronts another deadly surprise.

    Due 08/30/19

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    American road trip

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    American road trip

    Flores-Scott, Patrick, author.

    Brothers Teodoro and Manny Avila take a road trip to address Manny's PTSD following his tour in Iraq, and to help T. change his life and win the heart of Wendy Martinez. Includes information and resources about PTSD.

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    CrashBoomLove

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    CrashBoomLove : a novel in verse

    Herrera, Juan Felipe.

    After his father leaves home, sixteen-year-old Cesar Garcia lives with his mother and struggles through the painful experiences of growing up as a Mexican American high school student.

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    Any small goodness

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    Any small goodness : a novel of the barrio

    Johnston, Tony, 1942-

    Arturo and his family and friends share all kinds of experiences living in the barrio of East Los Angeles--reclaiming their names, playing basketball, championing the school librarian, and even starting their own gang.

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    The inexplicable logic of my life

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    The inexplicable logic of my life : a novel

    Sáenz, Benjamin Alire, author.

    "A story set on the American border with Mexico, about family and friendship, life and death, and one teen struggling to understand what his adoption does and doesn't mean about who he is"-- Provided by publisher.

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    The afterlife

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    The afterlife

    Soto, Gary.

    A senior at East Fresno High School lives on as a ghost after his brutal murder in the restroom of a club where he had gone to dance.

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    The last summer of the Death Warriors

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    The last summer of the Death Warriors

    Stork, Francisco X.

    Seventeen-year-old Pancho is bent on avenging the senseless death of his sister, but after he meets D.Q, who is dying of cancer, and Marisol, one of D.Q.'s caregivers, both boys find their lives changed by their interactions.

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    Breaking through

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    Breaking through

    Jiménez, Francisco, 1943-

    Having come from Mexico to California ten years ago, fourteen-year-old Francisco is still working in the fields but fighting to improve his life and complete his education.

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    The empanadas that abuela made

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    The empanadas that abuela made / Las empanadas que hacía la abuela / por Diane Gonzales Bertrand ; ilustraciones de Alex Pardo DeLange ; traducción al español de Gabriela Baeza Ventura

    Bertrand, Diane Gonzales.

    Told in the style of a cumulative folk song, a grandmother makes empanadas, a traditional Hispanic treat, for her family. Includes recipe.

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    America Is Her Name

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    America Is Her Name

    Rodriguez, Luis J., 1954-

    A Mixteca Indian from Oaxaca, AmŽrica Soliz, suffers from the poverty and hopelessness of her Chicago ghetto, made more endurable by a desire and determination to be a poet.

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