Objects & Places from The Circuit: Stories from the Life of a Migrant Child

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La frontera

This is the Spanish word for border. In this book, it refers to the border between California and Mexico.

El Rancho Blanco

This is the village Francisco and his family originate from. It is a small village in the barren, dry hills to the north of Guadalajara, Mexico.

Noon Train

This comes by every day at noon through Guadalupe, a labor camp town near the California-Mexican border.

Jalopy

This is an old, broken-down automobile.

Tent City

This is a farm worker labor camp owned by Sheehey Strawberry Farms. It has no address.

Mi'jo

This is an address of affection from parent to child.

Angel de Oro

This is the name of a goldfish that lives in a bowl on the windowsill of the shack next door. Francisco and Mama enjoy watching the fish swim.

Virgen de Guadalupe

Francisco and his family pray to this in times...

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