Raining Sardines by Enrique Flores-Galbis
(A Deborah Brodie Book)

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Wealthy landowner Don Rigol practically owns the town. To expand his coffee plantation, he will lay waste the mountain jungle and the secret valley where the ancient breed of Paso Fino horses roams wild. Can best friends Enriquito and Ernestina find a way to save the ponies, ensure justice at a trumped-up trial, and reclaim the mountain for their people? Will they rescue lost Indian treasure guarded by a mighty cayman with a golden chain around his neck?  
 

About Enrique Flores-Galbis

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Enrique Flores-Galbis, at age nine, was one of 14,000 children who left Cuba in 1961, without their parents, in a mass exodus called "Operation Pedro Pan." He and his two older brothers spent months in a refugee camp in southern Florida and this historical novel is inspired by that experience. Enrique is the author of RAINING SARDINES and he lives in Forest Hills, NY with his family.
 
Published March 6, 2007 by Roaring Brook Press. 176 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books.

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Soon Enriquito and Ernestina are caught up in keeping the wild ponies safe, understanding the lessons from the past and keeping themselves out of jail.

Mar 01 2007 | Read Full Review of Raining Sardines (A Deborah B...

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Enriquito and Ernestina must fight to discover the secret of the lost gold and keep the land, the treasure, and the mountain ponies free from the clutches of greedy Don Rigol.

Jun 26 2007 | Read Full Review of Raining Sardines (A Deborah B...

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