Ana Rosa lives with her family in a poor coastal community in the Dominican Republic, where paper is a luxury, and she alone understands her need to write down her thoughts and feelings. As developers plan to raze the neighborhood and construct a resort, the family opposes the hostile takeover and pays a very dear price. In this coming-of-age tale, Ana Rosa experiences her first crush, her first success, and her first major loss.
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Color de mis palabras (The Color of My Words) based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Mis estudiantes estan leyendo este para sus tareas verano. Los personajes son acesible por ninos, y la estoria es interesante. Cuatro estrellas!