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MALA SUERTE, #101 MALA SUERTE, #101
When the usually meticulous Rosa scorches the family breakfast, Maya thinks the apartment is cursed with bad luck. Using Maggie’s grandmother’s Guide to Feng Shui (which they don’t really have time to read thoroughly), Maya, Miguel and the gang redecorate the entire place in an effort to restore positive energy before Santiago brings home an important supplier for dinner that evening. But at dinner that night, the kids’ freshly painted walls, makeshift Asian fountains, and rearranged furniture cause a lot more harm than good.
Vocabulary words: chair, sofa, table
THE MATCHMAKER, #102 THE MATCHMAKER, #102
One evening, after Maya sees Abuela Elena dancing alone after dinner, she decides that her grandmother’s cheery exterior is masking a deep loneliness — and that Abuela Elena needs to be fixed up on a date. Maya’s big idea launches a quest for an eligible sixty-something bachelor, the mother of all makeovers, and a blind date that doesn’t go as planned.
Vocabulary words: heart, beauty, mailman
WHEN MAYA MET ANDY, #103 WHEN MAYA MET ANDY, #103
Miguel recalls the time that a new kid moved into the neighborhood: Andy. As we all know, Andy’s missing an arm. Maya, eager to make Andy feel comfortable in their group, tries to steer the boys away from playing sports because she assumes that Andy won’t be able to participate. This results in the proverbial unstoppable force (Maya) meeting the immovable object (Miguel and his boys trying to play ball). And besides, the boys don’t seem to have any problem with playing ball with Andy. In the end, Maya learns that true sensitivity means treating others as equals.
Vocabulary words: basketball, soccer ball, bicycle
THE AUTOGRAPH, #104 THE AUTOGRAPH, #104
When Paco unwittingly destroys Miguel’s favorite Orlando Cruz baseball card, Maya decides to fix the situation by getting an autograph from Orlando himself, who is coming to town that weekend with his team. What ensues is a “Naked Gun”-like series of escapades where the kids try to get ever closer to the star by impersonating a boy-band, hot dog vendors, and a big furry mascot.
Vocabulary words: baseball, baseball field, glove
RHYMES WITH "GATO", #105 RHYMES WITH "GATO", #105
When Chrissy’s kitten runs away, Maya and her friends put up signs and spread the word about the lost “gato.” Unfortunately, Maggie’s Spanish is terrible, and she tells people they’re missing a “pato” — a duck. Soon Maya is stuck with a disgruntled and irascible duck in her apartment on the same afternoon, it turns out, that the landlord is coming by to make some repairs. And she still has to find the lost kitty.
Vocabulary words: cat, duck, dog
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