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Daisy
Daisy
Author: Elizabeth Coatsworth
As long as there isn't too much talk of human sacrifice, and if no one insists that she go to a bullfight, Daisy is content to follow her family as they tour Mexico City. But then, in the flower market, Daisy hears the blind street singer. And that is the beginning of a new Daisy -- no longer a Dreamer, but an Adventurer. Whether she is hopeless...  more »
ISBN: 183487
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 69
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Publisher: The Macmillan Company
Book Type: Hardcover
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The author, Elizabeth Coatsworth, was known as an international traveler, which influenced her writing. This is reflected in this seven-chapter young adult novel as the main character (Daisy) visits Mexico with her parents and older sister (Emily). Daisy discovers the Mexican culture. Some of her Christmas-time vacation experiences include visiting: (1) the church in Mexico City which houses the Virgin of Guadalupe, (2) the church that tops the great pyramid of Cholula in Pueblo, and (3) Monte Alban in Oaxaca. A young adult would need to have some general knowledge of Spanish terminology / customs to fully appreciate this novel.
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