Dolores Huerta: A Hero to Migrant Workers

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$17.99  $16.73
Two Lions
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8.8 X 11.0 X 0.3 inches | 1.05 pounds

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About the Author

Sarah Warren writes picture books about people who inspire her, from Dolores Huerta to Beyoncé. Of Stacey Abrams, she says, "Her work helps me remember something important: Ordinary people have power. Justice, good leadership, public health, equality... everything we hope for is possible if we work together." An early childhood educator, Sarah lives with her family in the Twin Cities. Please visit her website at and follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @sarahelizwarren.

Robert Casilla is the illustrator of several books in Holiday House's A Picture Book... biography series, as well as many award-winning books, including Jalapeño Bagels (ALA Notable; Atheneum), Daddy Poems (Children's Choices; Boyds Mills), and The Little Painter of Sabana Grande (Reading Rainbow Book; Bradbury). A full-time illustrator, Casilla earned his BFA at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He lives in Yonkers, New York, with his wife and their two children. To find out more about Robert Casilla, visit his Web site:


"...A great entry point into the ideas of justice and fairness and tells the inspiring story of an amazing woman." --These Little Piggies Had Tofu

"Minneapolis Head Start teacher Sarah Warren describes Huerta in this picture book as a detective who followed hungry kids home to offer help, a friend to farm workers, a warrior who stands up to the bosses, an organizer, a storyteller who explains why some farms are not healthy places, a peacemaker who won't use violence and a fortune teller who promised the bosses the workers would stop picking grapes if they were mistreated." --Mary Ann Grossmann, St. Paul Pioneer Press