Latina writer of books for kids of all ages.

My Day in DC

Here’s a little photo-journal of my recent day in Washington with The Open Book Foundation where I worked with Kindergarten, second grade and eighth grade. Who can resist these young people? So bright and sweet!

Adorable in every way.

Adorable in every way.

If you had your own car, what color would it be? Where would it take you?

If you had your own car, what color would it be? Where would it take you?

One of the eighth grade students becoming acquainted with magical realism...

One of the eighth grade students becoming acquainted with magical realism…

autographing for the students...

autographing for the students…

You spell your name how?

You spell your name how?

The Open Book Foundation arranges with the publisher to have each child receive an autographed copy of the author’s book.

The Foundation arranges with the publisher to have each student receive a free book by the author.

Reading en español...

Reading en español…

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Comments on: "My Day in DC" (2)

  1. Betsy said:

    How good of you to work with this foundation. Any group that gives books to children has my vote. And any author who takes her time to sign those books for children is my hero. I’ll be wrapping your picture books today for my grandson. He’s just the right age…

  2. I have just fallen in love with the Open Book Foundation. I’m so glad you posted this. Looks like you had one excellent day.

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