The Youngest Sister
- Introduction to South American Indigenous culture: Tells the story of a young Quechua girl and her life with her family in the Andean foothills.
- Indigenous voice: Written by Suniyay Moreno, a Quechua author who grew up in the mountains outside Santiago de Chile.
- Highlights the language of the Chilean Quechua community: a note from the translator explains how the book honors their voice, as the book was originally written in Spanish as if spoken by this community.
- Glossary of Quechuan terms: the back of the book includes a list of words used throughout the story.
- Award-winning illustrator: Mariana Chiesa’s books Migrants and No Time to Play have won prizes internationally, and she received the 2014 Latin American Illustration Prize from the University of Palermo.
- An Aldana Libros Book: developed by renowned children’s publisher Patricia Aldana to bring outstanding books to the English-speaking market by international authors and illustrators who want to communicate their own cultural realities.
- Includes a Teacher's Guide available for download.