En este clásico moderno, galardonado con la medalla Caldecott, un niño y su madre se ven obligados a dejar su apartamento por la seguridad de un albergue durante una noche de disturbios.
In this Spanish language edition of a modern classic, Eve Bunting’s heartfelt story and David Diaz’s dramatic illustrations create a compelling child’s-eye view of urban violence. A young boy and his mother are forced to flee their apartment during a night of rioting in Los Angeles. Fires and looting force neighbors—who have always avoided one another—to come together in the face of danger and concern for their missing pets. David Diaz was awarded the Caldecott Medal for his bold acrylic paint and photo-collage illustrations.