for Cuba by Bernard Wolf
From the Publisher
Photojournalist Bernard Wolf traveled to Cuba to produce a book of photographs that give a rare picture of what life is like today on this economically strapped island so close to our shores. The striking, perceptive photographs are accompanied by sprightly text that explains the situation and gives some brief background on Castro's Cuba. Readers are then introduced to a twelve-year-old girl and her family. She is the daughter of two artists, who are well-off by Cuban standards, and American children can compare their lives with hers. Always highly praised for his gorgeous photography, Bernard Wolf presents a sensitive portrait of a talented girl and her immediate world.
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