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"A young Salvadoran boy dreams of becoming a doctor who speaks both English and Spanish so that patients like his beloved grandmother are not afraid to visit the doctor"--Provided by publisher
"Hi, I'm Mbutu. I live in a small, quiet village with my mother and father. I love the people and sounds of my village and I especially love mango season. Have you ever had a mango? It is so good, juicy, and sweet. Mango season is my favorite time of year. That's why the story is called Mbutu's mangos. It's all about my adventures during mango season when I try to save the mangos from falling on the ground and rotting. I learned a lot that mango season, so I'm sharing my story with you"--Back cover
Eleven-year-old Maria Luz and her family have a small farm in Honduras, but may not have enough food to sustain them for the year, so Maria's father must leave home to find work, leaving her in charge of the garden