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Molly Bang (au) (il)
Lupe loves nothing more than riding her father’s horse, El Diablo, through the fields surrounding their Mexican village. Her fearlessness has earned her the nickname “Tigrilla” -- Little Tiger. She even dares to climb the haunted tree in the village -- but she has a terrible fall. Lupe is left paralyzed from the waist down. She will never again be able to ride El Diablo. Lupe is filled with rage & self-pity. Then her family brings her to a center run by & for disabled people. Despite the evidence around her, she refuses to believe that people with disabilities can be happy & self-sufficient, but slowly the spirit of the center helps Lupe realize that she, too, has something to offer. “Tells a compelling story about coming to terms with disability.” Illustrations.
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