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'My Papi Has A Motorcycle' Pays Loving Tribute To A California Childhood

Author Isabel Quintero and illustrator Zeke Peña worked together on My Papi Has a Motorcycle, a homage to Quintero's childhood in California's Inland Empire, and to her hard-working father.
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In My Papi Has A Motorcyle, a little girl named Daisy Ramona waits for her dad to come home from work so they can ride around their city, Corona, Calif., on the back of his motorcycle. They pass a tortilla shop, a raspado shop, her grandparent's house, and her dad's construction site.

The book is illustrated by Zeke Peña and written by Isabel Quintero. It's a love letter to the city, and her father.

"When I was a kid my dad would get home from work, and he put me on the back

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