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Marisol and the Yellow Messenger

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When Marisol is eight, her father is killed and she and her mother and little brothers have to flee the bright, warm world of Latin America and go to North America. Marisol feels confused and isolated in the northern, wintry place that is not yet home. Every day she thinks longingly of her dead father and the world she left behind.

But one night Marisol has a special dream.
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Paperback, 32 pages
Published August 1st 1994 by Annick Press
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Kelly Powell
This story tells about a little girl missing her father who has since past away and I feel that this could speak to many of my future student. This book could also relate to those who not only lost their father but about any other losses. I also enjoyed the bright colors used to emphasis certain illustrations such as the quilt in her dream.
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