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How Tía Lola Came to [Visit] Stay

af Julia Alvarez

Serier: Tìa Lola stories (1)

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Although ten-year-old Miguel is at first embarrassed by his colorful aunt, Tia Lola, when she comes to Vermont from the Dominican Republic to stay with his mother, his sister, and him after his parents' divorce, he learns to love her.

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The kid couldn't wait for me to finish this story. It was heartwarming and funny. I would recommend this book for anyone who has a kid going through a relocation. The kids in the book have moved to Vermont from NYC. It's not just a Latino kid book!
  roniweb | May 30, 2019 |
Moving to Vermont after his parents split, Miguel has plenty to worry about! Tía Lola, his quirky, carismática, and maybe magical aunt makes his life even more unpredictable when she arrives from the Dominican Republic to help out his Mami. Like her stories for adults, Julia Alvarez’s first middle-grade book sparkles with magic as it illuminates a child’s experiences living in two cultures ( )
  jothebookgirl | Jan 3, 2017 |
Miguel, his sister Juanita and his mother have moved to Vermont from New York City after their parents' divorce. Their mother invites her favorite Tia Lola from the Dominican Republic to come stay with the family for awhile so the kids won't be in the house alone at dark. Tia Lola speaks only Spanish and has an enthusiastic personality and appearance that embarrasses Miguel. But she attracts new friends throughout the town with her energy and passion for life, even winning over the cranky Charlie Charlebois, the family's landlord. Miguel and Juanita come to count on their aunt's presence and all that she brings to their family and cultural understanding. OK story, not very culturally revealing for me.
  Salsabrarian | Feb 2, 2016 |
Miguel is a kind, sporty boy, who loves baseball and is trying to adjust to a move to a small town after his parents' divorce. He lives in a old but nice house with his Mama and sister Juanita. The problem is that his Tia Lola ( Tia means aunt in Spanish) is coming to visit from the Dominican Republic where his parents' both were born. How is he supposed to make friends with his weird aunt hanging around the house? Will Miguel learn to love Tia Lola? You'll have to read to find out. I like this book, because it shows that if at first someone or something seems strange, once you get used to it you will learn accept it, or even love it. I think readers who are feeling out of place will absolutely love this book. ( )
  KatiePU | Jan 26, 2015 |
This is a great book for Spanish learners in Middle School. It tells the story of Miguel and his family who move to Vermont after his parents' divorce. His Tia Lola comes to visit and teaches him new life lessons. The language is simple and easy to understand. ( )
  kgoulet | Mar 7, 2013 |
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