Dear Abuelo


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Reycraft Books
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8.9 X 11.2 X 0.2 inches | 0.35 pounds
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About the Author

Grecia Huesca Dominguez moved from Veracruz, Mexico, to New York when she was ten years old. She started writing poetry while pursuing her BA in English and Creative Writing at CUNY Lehman College. She initially used poetry as a coping mechanism and soon began to use it as a way to chronicle her life as a single mother and undocumented immigrant, and her Latinx identity. Her firt poem, "Mariln," was published in 2015. Since then, she has published more poems and written three books.
Teresa Martinez lived in a small town in the north of Mexico during her childhood, playing in the river, walking with the cows, and feeding the neighbors' pigs. When her family decided to move to a bigger city, she became a very shy girl at school. Drawing helped her connect with other children. Listening to music has helped her to imagine different places and times and has been a great source of inspiration. When she grew up, she studied graphic design and traveled to Italy to learn traditional painting techniques. Today she lives in Puerto Vallarta, drawing for kids as she did during her school days, and that makes her happy. You can visit her online at


"A thoughtful and age-appropriate look at a timely and much-debated subject." -- Kathia Ibacache "SLJ (School Library Journal)"