When Christmas Feels Like Home
Albert Whitman & Company
When his family moves from a small Mexican village to North Carolina, Eduardo asks how soon he will feel at home, and slowly his Tio Miguel's seemingly impossible replies come true until, at last, he can put out the Nativity scene he carved with his grandfather.
Family Relationships; Language Barrier; learning a new language
mother and father
American Association of University Women Award for Juvenile Literature, 2014, Nominee
Christmas; Nativity; friends; soccer; football; new school; new home; Mexico; North Carolina
Griffith, Gretchen, "When Christmas Feels Like Home" (2013). DIVerse Families. 1144.