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La Odisea Bilingüe de “The Wholks” y Su Creadora

Cover of a book from “The Wholks” series.
Rosario Moore

Rosario Moore is from Mexico - and just a few years ago, she made her home here in Chattanooga.

Now a teacher at St. Peter’s Episcopal School, Rosario is the author and illustrator of “The Wholks” - a series of bilingual books, in English and Spanish, for children.

Rosario Moore at WUTC.
Rosario Moore
Rosario Moore at WUTC.

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