Rosalia - The Honduran American. 

Is a story of a young girl who struggles to understand why her classmates have not heard of a country name Honduras. After being assigned a cultural class project, she felt alone and ashamed to share with peers where she is from. Will Rosalia take the stand to share with her class who she is?


¿Quién es Rosalía? Es una historia de una niña que intenta comprender por qué sus compañeros de clase no habían oído el del país llamado Honduras. Después de que le asignan un proyecto cultural en clase, ella se sintió sola y avergonzada de compartir de donde viene con sus compañeros. ¿Tendrá el valor Rosalía de compartir quién es con sus compañeros de clase?

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What are our readers are saying!! 

Natalia S.

Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2020

 I absolutely love this story! I love how it teaches children to embrace their culture. I actually learned a couple of things I didn't know about Honduras. I have a couple of friends from there. It is very interesting that even when you feel comfortable in a diverse population you might be the minority. But being a minority like Rosalia is good. You get to teach others about your roots. Definitely recommend this book!
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2020
I loved the book. It is a delight. It teaches the importance of educating children on their culture, and others. I was taught that ignorance of cultures breeds prejudice. This is true. The book sends the message that although your culture may not be well known your self worth is primary. Every elementary school should adopt this book for group readings.
Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2020
Rosalia is a well written story of a young girl learning to represent her culture and background. So much can be lost in the hustle and bustle of every day life and it is so important to stop and think about who you are and why. Part of growing up is continuously trying to find yourself and Rosalia is a reminder to remember where you came from. This is great for the young but also worth a read in middle school.

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