Product Number : 15100R71506
By S.T. Santos
Mama se ha ido... y estoy en ciudado de crianza begins on the day that Frey's mom doesn't come home. Certain that she will return in a few days, Frey takes very good care of himself, makes food, goes to bed on time, and goes to school. But when his teacher realizes that Frey is living alone, she contacts Child Protective Services, who puts Frey into the system. Mama se ha ido... y estoy en ciudado de crianza takes you through Frey's journey, and how he finally finds a home where he makes friends, and feels safe, until his mom can return home. Written completely in Spanish, also available in English.
90 pages, 5.1 x .2 x 7.8 inches, black and white illustrations, paperback.
About the Author:
S.T. Santos is the recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award for Murac Unified School District in California, During her thirty years of teaching, she was blessed to have taught her gifted, talented, children--including some who lived in foster homes. Her goal is to teach everyone acceptance for who we are and where we come from. She is honored to have worked with dedicated teachers and fantastic principals, who all placed their children at the center of their hearts. Slyvia lives in California, has two grown children and seven grandchildren, and thoroughly cherishes the priceless moments they share.
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