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Torres, Jennifer, 1980- author.
Empezar otra vez / Jennifer Torres.
Scholastic Inc.,
Copyright Date:
241 pages ; 20 cm.
Twins--Juvenile fiction.
Sisters--Juvenile fiction.
Children of divorced parents--Juvenile fiction.
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020---Juvenile fiction.
Divorced parents--Juvenile fiction.
Families--Juvenile fiction.
Hispanic Americans--Juvenile fiction.
California--Juvenile fiction.
Other Titles:
Do-over. Spanish.
Translation of: The do-over. "Scholastic en español"--Cover.
"Raquel y Lucinda Mendoza so̕lan ser inseparables, pero desde el divorcio de sus padres Raquel se ha vuelto muy mandona. En eso llega la pandemia y las hermanas se ven obligadas a hacer cuarentena en el rancho de su padre. De pronto Raquel ve una oportunidad de recuperar todo lo que han perdido. Si logran convencer a su màm que venga al rancho, tal vez consigan que sus padres se enamoren otra vez y le den a la familia la oportunidad de empezar de nuevo." -- Provided by publisher.
Twins Raquel and Lucinda Mendoza used to be inseparable, but since their parents divorced Raquel has become bossy and obsessive, while Lucinda has immersed herself in her ice skating lessons, and the pandemic and its enforced isolation has only made things worse; but then they are sent to their father's ranch in central California and while Raquel thinks that this is a chance to get their parents back together by driving his girlfriend away, Lucinda discovers she likes his new family, and wonders if trying to bring the Mendoza family back together is really worth the struggle.
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