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My own true name : new and selected poems for young adults, 1984-1999

Author: Pat Mora; Anthony Accardo
Publisher: Houston, Tex. : Piñata Books, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : Secondary (senior high) school : EnglishView all editions and formats
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More than sixty poems, some with Spanish translations, include such titles as "The Young Sor Juana," "Graduation Morning," "Border Town 1938," "Legal Alien," "Abuelita Magic," and "In the Blood."
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Genre/Form: Juvenile materials
Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mora, Pat.
My own true name.
Houston, Tex. : Piñata Books, 2000
(OCoLC)648375482
Material Type: Secondary (senior high) school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pat Mora; Anthony Accardo
ISBN: 0756905885 9780756905880 1558852921 9781558852921
OCLC Number: 43589511
Description: 81 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Blooms --
A secret --
Mango juice --
First love --
Maybe --
Silence like cool sand --
Ode to pizza --
For Georgia O'Keefe --
The young Sor Juana --
The desert is my mother --
El desierto es mi madre --
Poinsettia --
Graduation morning --
Family ties --
University avenue --
Teenagers --
Match --
Mothers and daughters --
Thorns --
Picturesque: San Cristóbal de las Casas --
1910 --
Border town: 1938 --
Fences --
Peruvian child --
Petals --
Los pétalos --
Immigrants --
Los inmigrants --
Abuelita's ache --
Two worlds --
Elena --
Learning English: chorus in many voices --
Mush --
Sugar --
Same song --
No substitutes --
To my son --
Cissy in a bonnet --
Goblin --
Good-byes --
Tigua elder --
Roots --
Desert women --
Tejedora maya --
Bribe --
Leyenda --
Abuelita magic --
Village therapy --
Los ancianos --
En la sangre --
In the blood --
Puesta del sol --
Maestro --
Pushing 100 --
Oral history --
Tomás ive ra --
Strong women --
Señora X no more --
Gentle communion --
Foreign spooks --
A voice --
Tree-wisdom --
Bosque del Apache --
Senior citizen trio --
Now and then, America.
Responsibility: Pat Mora with line drawings by Anthony Accardo.

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More than sixty poems, some with Spanish translations, include such titles as "The Young Sor Juana," "Graduation Morning," "Border Town 1938," "Legal Alien," "Abuelita Magic," and "In the Blood."

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