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My Papi Has a Motorcycle

Vroom, vroom... to bond!

Little Daisy and her dad enjoy their daily motorcycle rides. When her dad returns from work in the evenings, he takes Daisy for a ride through their town. Daisy is always prepared with their helmet, pretending it's her race around town with her dad. On that day, Dad, a carpenter, showed Daisy the houses he was working in. Excited about her race, Daisy eagerly got ready.

We picked this book for its title. The book explores the life of a little girl and her dad through her narration. It subtly touches upon her dad's immigrant struggles while highlighting their strong bond. The illustrations beautifully depict the vibrant town and its people, adding depth to the storyline.

My Papi Has a Motorcycle, written by Isabel Quintero and illustrated by Zeke Peña, is a heartwarming tribute to the love between a father and daughter. This book captures the essence of a vibrant community and rich culture, making it relatable and essential for children as they grow up.

Originally published: 2019

Author: Isabel Quintero

Illustrations: Zeke Peña

Rating basis (of 5.0): Story (4.0), Characters (4.5), Writing Style (4.0), Illustrations (4.5), Cover (4.5) & Ease (4.0)

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