As a native Texan, a children’s author, and a storyteller, I am always impressed when I find a wonderful new (at least to me) children’s book and children’s author. Fjallraven Kanken Sale Classic Rey Antonio and Rey Feo, written by Kena Sosa and illustrated by Jessica McClure, was a serendipitous find for me. Todd Gurley Georgia Football Jerseys The book relates a story of San Antonio’s ten day Fiesta, held since 1891 in April.
The author’s language and style of writing is lively and sensory.
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