Raised by adoptive parents on a southern California farm, Millie Wolf is loved but lonely. Who were her birth parents? What happened to them and the rest of her Mexican family? Then a budding romance illuminates her identity and reveals the miracles of love and friendship — for yesterday, today, and tomorrow. “Your vivid descriptions of life in a small Mexican village, both in 1957 and twenty years later, left me feeling as though I had traveled there with you.” — Sue Anne GilroyIndiana Secretary of State “This is a ‘must read’ book for young adults ... it encompasses the best of two cultures.” — Graciana de PeñaBrownsville, Texas educator “The Tame Cactus is smooth and tender with a surprise ending. It’s a curl-up-and-lose-yourself-in-the-pages kind of read. Esperanza Zendejas transports the reader through two cultures linked by a compelling heroine.” — Anne Ryder
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ISBN: 9781467075527
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