Guadalupe Rivera Marín had an unusual childhood, growing up in Mexico amidst some of the world's most famous artwork. Her papá, the artist Diego Rivera, was a larger-than-life figure who created unforgettable images of working people, industrial machines, and life in Mexico. In stories that are tender, funny, delightfully unexpected, and speak directly to the reader, Marín brings to life the world-renowned artist who just happened to be her father. Presented in both English and Spanish and illustrated with rare family photos and 14 high-quality reproductions of Rivera’s works, this intimate portrait of the great artist enchants readers young and old.
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