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Hasta El Domingo

3.56  ·  Rating Details ·  59 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Lucia's temper tantrums, her happy moments and her sudden first love are some of the episodes told here. Not only will you find out about the experiences Lucia has, but you can also read this book in a new-fashioned manner: If you want to know what happened to Lucia when she was twelve, read the odd chapters, if you want to know what happened to Lucia when she was nine, ...more
Paperback, 206 pages
Published August 1st 1995 by Grupo Editorial Norma (first published May 1st 1995)
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Catalina Gonzalez
Mar 17, 2015 Catalina Gonzalez rated it really liked it
When she is a kid

Lucia has always been happy. All she wants is to play with her best friend Florence. But when her parent divorce, she is always stuck in the middle of al discussion not knowing which side to be on. So, she must find a way to make things right. Then, when she sees there nothing she can do to fix it all, she learns that this it and she will have to deal with it. Hasta el domingo is about love, family, and trust.

When she is 12

Lucia, a girl who is about to turn 12, want to have the
Feb 02, 2014 Macu rated it it was amazing
Abrí este libro por primera vez cuando tenía unos 9 años, y hasta el día de hoy no puedo sacármelo de la cabeza. Es una historía para niños, sí, pero también es una historia real. El ingenio de la autora para contar la historia es otra cosa que me cautivó, porque cada capítulo era como una ventana a Lucía, y al avanzar en la lectura, tenías una nueva perspectiva para entender lo que ya habías leído. A lo mejor tengo este libro en un lugar tan cercano a mi corazón porque fue el primer libro que ...more
Jan 06, 2013 Laudys rated it it was amazing
These are the kind of books we need. Those that aren't straight forward just read one page after the other. the first time I opened this book, way back in the day, I was quite confused as to why the chapters jumped from one of the main stories to the other.

In one, Lucía is but a child and is coping with her parents divorce, and by coping I mean that her parents have no idea what to do with each other while she shrugs her shoulders and thinks about ice cream and candy. On the other, she's planni
Veronica Molina
Jul 02, 2014 Veronica Molina rated it really liked it
Shelves: juvenil
Me pareció genial que uno pueda elegir cómo leerlo: son dos historias que van intercaladas capítulo por capítulo. Los impares son una historia, los pares la otra. Yo lo leí en orden "cronológico", y me encantó estar saltándome páginas pero después volviendo al comienzo, habiendo llegado al final llevando solo la mitad del libro. Algo así debe ser con Rayuela xD.
El libro plantea un acercamiento amistoso hacia la separación de los padres y las implicancias "prácticas" para una hija sola: ya no es
Penny Lane
Mar 10, 2013 Penny Lane rated it it was amazing
Me enamoró la forma en que esta relatada la historia cuando tenía diez años. Realmente me sentí identificada, tal ve por primera vez, con alguien. "Hasta el domingo" es probablemente responsable de mi dulce adicción por los libros.
Melissa Arrieta
Sep 29, 2014 Melissa Arrieta rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2013
Leí este libro cuando tenia menos de 10, lo mandaron a leer para el colegio y fue el primer libro que me enganchó desde el inicio y lo terminé fascinada. Es una historia infantil y recomendada para niñas de esa edad:3
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hermoso libro!!:)
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