|類型/形式：||Picture books for children
Sarah Stewart; David Small
|獎賞：||A Junior Library Guild selection, 2012|
|針對讀者群：||Ages 5-9.; Elementary Grade.|
|描述：||26 unnumbered pages, 2 folded sheets (8 pages) : color illustrations ; 29 cm|
|責任：||Sarah Stewart ; pictures by David Small.|
When Isabel and her family move to the United States, Isabel misses all the things she left behind in Mexico, especially her aunt Lupita and hearing people speak Spanish. But she also experiences some wonderful new things -- her first snow storm and a teacher who does not speak Spanish but has a big smile. Even better, Papa and her brother Chavo help her turn a big box into her own quiet place, where she keeps her books and toys and writes letters to Aunt Lupita. As she decorates and adds more and more on to her quiet place, it is here that Isabel feels the most at home in her new country while she learns to adjust to the changes in her life.
- Immigrant families -- Juvenile fiction.
- Mexican Americans -- Juvenile fiction.
- Homesickness -- Juvenile fiction.
- Aunts -- Juvenile fiction.
- Letters -- Juvenile fiction.
- Moving, Household -- Juvenile fiction.
- Hiding places -- Juvenile fiction.
- Nineteen fifties -- Juvenile fiction.
- Aunts -- Fiction.
- Letters -- Fiction.
- Immigrants -- Fiction.
- Mexican Americans -- Fiction.
- Homesickness -- Fiction.
- Hiding places.
- Immigrant families.
- Mexican Americans.
- Moving, Household.
- Nineteen fifties.