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Definitely Dominguita Awesome Adventures Collection

Knight of the Cape; Captain Dom's Treasure; All for One; Sherlock Dom

Illustrated by Fatima Anaya

Judy Moody meets the Diary of a Future President remake in this heartwarming chapter book series featuring a young Cuban American girl who finds adventure based on the classics she read with her beloved abuela—the first four books are now together in a collectible paperback boxed set!

All Dominguita wants to do is read. Especially the books in Spanish that Abuela gave to her just before she moved away. They were classics that Abuela and Dominguita read together, classics her abuela brought with her all the way from Cuba when she was a young girl. It helps Dominguita feel like Abuela’s still there with her.

With those books as inspiration, Dominguita becomes a knight errant like Don Quixote, hunts for buried treasure like a pirate on Treasure Island, saves a quinceañera with two friends as her musketeers, and channels Sherlock Holmes to find a missing goat! With a team of new friends, can Dominguita learn how to be the hero of her own story?

This adventurous paperback boxed set includes:
Knight of the Cape
Captain Dom’s Treasure
All for One
Sherlock Dom

On September 11, 1961, Terry Catasús Jennings landed in the United States after a short flight from Cuba. On September 12th, she was enrolled in seventh grade in an American school. Her family, including her father who had been jailed during the Bay of Pigs invasion, was now in a free country. The only catch for twelve-year-old Terry was that she could count in English and recite the days of the week and the months of the year, but not much more. Often being the only Cuban in her school—even through college—Terry knows what it’s like to be the new kid on the block. She is delighted to have the opportunity, with Definitely Dominguita, to portray a child of immigrants who is normal—no different than her peers—other than she loves the classics (like Jennings did as a child) and thinks Cuban food rules. 

Born in the tiniest country of Central America, Fatima Anaya always wanted to craft stories celebrating the magic in the ordinary, but even before she could write, she started to illustrate every moment. This passion for drawing motivated her to achieve a BA in graphic design at Don Bosco University in El Salvador. Her inspiration comes from love, peace, childhood, and sometimes historical events.

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