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Author: Barbara Garland Polikoff
ISBN: 0823418170
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Pages 32 pages
Publisher Holiday House; First Edition edition (January 1, 2004)
Language English
Category: For Children
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by Barbara Garland Polikoff. How can home be a place you've never seen?So far, the move "home" from Chicago to Puerto Rico is not sitting right with Luz. Mami and Luz's new stepfather act as if they've arrived in the promised land, but the rundown section of San Juan where the family is living temporarily is hardly paradise. Luz misses her old life terribly.

Start by marking Why Does the Coqui Sing? as Want to Read . But as time goes on, the subtle charms of the place and the enchanting Coqui frogs begin to grow on her, and she starts a journey of discovery that reveals who she is and where she really belongs.

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Why Does the Coquí Sing?, Holiday House (New York, NY), 2004. Barbara G. Polikoff is a writer of biographies and novels for young adults

Why Does the Coquí Sing?, Holiday House (New York, NY), 2004. Polikoff is a writer of biographies and novels for young adults. Though her first book was not published until 1987, she once told Something about the Author (SATA) that "I can't remember a time that I wasn't writing something: poetry, articles, stories, or memoirs. Polikoff told SATA: "The book is about Sadie Garland Dreikers, my d aunt, who first went to Hull House as an eleven-year-old child of poor immigrant parents to take painting lessons. She remained at the settlement house, training in social work under Jane Addams until Addams's death in 1935.

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Life's a funny proposition, Horatio, Barbara Garland Polikoff. by: Polikoff, Barbara Garland. Creativity, by John Steptoe ; illustrations by . by: Steptoe, John, 1950- Published: (1997). Puerto Rico and the Puerto Ricans, by Clifford A. Hauberg. by: Hauberg, Clifford A. Published: (1975).

It does not help that her mother, Mami, and her new step-father, Leon, are so enthusiastic about what Luz and her siblings think is a terrible decision. Rome, her older brother, is soon running with a dangerous crowd while Luz must endure being an outsider as a gringa in an almost entirely Latino school. Unemployment, poverty, and uncertainty plague the family, while distractions of a missing father, a troubled friend, and a new step-father keep Luz off balance

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Why does the Coqui Sing. On this Beautiful Island. Exit Studio, April 2004. 4. Alfonso Silva Lee, Boannie Jay Hasker. Coqui y Sus Amigos: Los Animales de Puerto Rico, Coqui and His Friends: The Animals of Puerto Rico.

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Having moved to a poor neighborhood in Puerto Rico, Luz is less than thrilled with the change in her life, but things get better as time moves along and Luz begins to understand her connection to the island and begins to see its diverse beauty with accepting eyes.