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Halito Gianna: The Journey Continues Becky Villareal, Author CreateSpace, Fiction, Dec. 27, 2015 Suitable for Ages: 7-11 Themes: Exploring family roots, Multicultural, Mexican Americans, Native Americans, Mystery Opening: Halito means hello in Choctaw, but I didn’t find that out for a long, long time. At least that’s how it seems…
Title: Halito Gianna (Gianna the Great Book 2) Author: Becky Villareal Genre: Children’s Literature, Multiculturalism, Genealogy Book Blurb: Halito means hello in Choctaw but Gianna w… Source: Halito Gianna by Becky Villareal @bvillareal is a #Kidlit Gem! #bookreview #books
Click on the cover to buy the book. Gianna could easily become one of your children’s favourite book characters. This is a determined, bighearted, independent, and opinionated girl. She is re… Source: Halito Gianna by Becky Villareal. Book Review.
Becky Villareal taught early childhood in Dallas Independent School District for 23 years. For the past ten years she has been completing family research. She spent the last 10 years working on fam… Source: Our Roots Keep Us Strong: Author Becky Villareal Three Random Questions Interview
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“Halito means hello in Choctaw, but I didn’t find that out for a long, long time.” from Halito Gianna: The Journey Continues. In my journey as a family genealogist, I have found out many astonishing things about my ancestors. I began my research with my grandparents and continued on from there enjoying the amazing journey that continues … More Halito My Friends