I Am Not your Perfect Mexican DaughtereBook - 2017
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September's Pick: This realistic young adult fiction has an authentic and sympathetic main character searching for answers to her sister's mysterious life after her sudden death while dealing with her parents' expectations versus her own desires and demons.
TCCL_Staff_Picks Oct 01, 2018
"This book slayed me – it’s such a gritty, realistic look at what it is like to navigate grief, identity, and community as a strong-willed teenager trying to find one’s place. Julia is raw, vulnerable, lonely, but also intelligent, and fiercely independent – she’s a brilliant character to fo... Read More »
#9 When the sister who delighted their parents by her faithful embrace of Mexican culture dies in a tragic accident, Julia, who longs to go to college and move into a home of her own, discovers from mutual friends that her sister may not have been as perfect as believed. National Book Award final... Read More »
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I read the book I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter. Julia has a very typical mexican family. A lot of aunts,uncles, cousins and of course you can’t forget people she has never even met that are somehow related to her. Julia and Olga are sisters. They have a typical sister bond, but they use to be so close when they were smaller. Now Olga has always been the favorite of everyone and Julia hasn’t. Julia always thinks about that when they go to family gatherings or important events. A very shocking thing happened to Julia’s family and now everything seems like is going downhill.
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