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"We were going to make the long-awaited trip across la frontera to California." (Under the Wire, p. 2)

"I had a feeling Mama was not telling us all she knew." (Miracle in Tent City, p. 32)

"But he was right. It took a miracle." (Miracle in Tent City, p. 35)

"I visited his grave everyday until we moved to Corcoran two weeks later to find work picking cotton." (Death Forgiven, p. 50)

"I knew then I had not yet earned my own cotton sack." (Cotton Sack, p. 60)

"I turned around and looked at our little shack for the last time." (Cotton Sack, p. 64)

"When I opened the door to our shack, I saw that everything we owned was neatly packed in cardboard boxes." (The Circuit, p. 69)

"That was the last time I played the game." (Learning the Game, p. 79)

"Well ... if you know what was in your librito, then it's not all lost...

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