Home at Last
When Ana's family comes to the U.S., she can tell that her mother misses their life and family in Mexico terribly. In addition, she doesn't want to learn English, and she relies on Ana and her husband to translate. Soon, however, Ana's mother realizes that English may be the key to finally feeling at home in her new country. A touching tribute to the children — and their parents — who have come to the U.S. for a better life.
Age Level: 6-9
Publisher: Lee & Low Books
Book Series: ELL Stories Immigrant Stories: A New Home Mamá and Papá: Hispanic Heritage My Mom and Me: Stories About Mothers Immigration Stories: Books for Young Children My Home: Books for Young Children