El eclipse total de Néstor López


El eclipse total de Néstor López
Adrianna Cuevas, Alexis Romay (Translated by)
Trade Paperback (2022)
  • Juvenile Fiction / Fantasy & Magic
Ages 8 to 12
368 pages
7.6 in H | 5.2 in W | 1.2 in T | 0.6 lb Wt

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In this magical middle grade debut novel, a Cuban American boy must use his secret ability to communicate with animals to save the inhabitants of his town, now translated to Spanish by Alexis Romay.

All twelve-year-old Nestor Lopez wants is to live in one place for more than a few months and have dinner with his dad, an Army sergeant deployed in Afghanistan. When he and his mother move to a new town to live with his grandmother, Nestor plans to lay low, and he certainly has no intention of letting anyone find out his deepest secret—that he can talk to animals. But when the animals in town start disappearing, and Nestor’s grandmother is spotted in the woods where they were last seen, suspicion mounts against her. Nestor learns that they are being taken by a tule vieja, a witch who bites animals to gain their power, and his extraordinary ability is put front and center as he tries to catch the real culprit and clear his grandmother’s name.

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Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 7.5 × 5.2 × .9 in
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