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by Anne Estevis
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Geography & Cultures
  • Author:
    Anne Estevis
  • ISBN:
    155885505X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1558855052
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  • Publisher:
    Pinata Books (April 30, 2008)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Geography & Cultures
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Anne Estevis is the author of Down Garrapata Road (Arte Publico Press, 2003). Raised in Corpus Christi, Texas, she graduated from College of the Southwest, Pan American University, and Texas Tech University with degrees in education

Anne Estevis is the author of Down Garrapata Road (Arte Publico Press, 2003). Raised in Corpus Christi, Texas, she graduated from College of the Southwest, Pan American University, and Texas Tech University with degrees in education. She has been a teacher in New Mexico and Texas from elementary school level through graduate school.

Piata books arte pblico press houston, texas. Chicken Foot Farm is funded in part by grants from the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance and by the Exemplar Program, a program of Americans for the Arts in collaboration with the LarsonAllen Public Services Group, funded by the Ford Foundation. was a good son and that someday all of Paps land would be his. I finished the tasty taco and stayed standing beside Cucos campfire hoping for another.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Chicken Foot Farm by Anne Estevis (2008 . On the eve of WWII, young Alejandro comes of age on his family's south Texas farm

On the eve of WWII, young Alejandro comes of age on his family's south Texas farm. Rich with the customs and traditions of rural, Mexican-American life, this affecting novel depicts a multi-generational family in flux as change crawls relentlessly toward their land and lifestyle.

Chicken Foot Farm book. Details (if other): Cancel. In these poignant images of a time and place long gone, Anne Estevis sketches a tight-knit, Mexican-American community on the cusp of a new way of life as tractors replace mules and modern science competes with superstitious beliefs.

by Anne Estevis ISBN: Publication Date: April 2008 Bind: Trade Paperback Pages: 160 Ages: 11 & up Finalist, Texas Institute of Letters Fiction Award, and winner, ForeWord Magazine’s Silver Book of the Year award in juvenile fiction. school library journal.

Categories: Fiction, Anne Estevis, Award Winners, Piñata Books for Young Adults. On the eve of World War II, young Alejandro comes of age on his family’s South Texas farm, known as Chicken Foot Farm because of how his mother marks her chicks

Categories: Fiction, Anne Estevis, Award Winners, Piñata Books for Young Adults. On the eve of World War II, young Alejandro comes of age on his family’s South Texas farm, known as Chicken Foot Farm because of how his mother marks her chicks. Mamá held the chick against her breast and splayed its left foot between her thumb and index finger. With her free hand sh. uickly cut off the end of the chick’s shortest toe. Rich with the customs and traditions of rural, Mexican-American life, Chicken Foot Farm depicts a multi-generational family in flux as change crawls relentlessly toward their land and lifestyle.

Alejandro grows from ten years old to the age of seventeen, learning about life from his extended Mexican American family on a small ranch in 1940s South Texas.