Warren, Sarah. Dolores Huerta: A Hero to Migrant Workers. Illustrated by Robert Casilla. Marshall Cavendish, 2012.
Subject/Theme: Ages 4 to 6, Ages 6 to 8, Approaching life with self-confidence and strength, Award Year 2013, Breaking cycles of fear, Broadening outlook to appreciate a variety of cultures, Classism, Ending hunger, Era 21st Century, Era Late 1900’s, HC Dolores Huerta, Identity Latino American, Identity Mexican American, Impacts of Poverty, Non-violent activism, Overcoming prejudice, People peacably settling disputes (with a special emphasis on diverse makeup and outlook), Promoting an understanding of the role of women in society gender roles the need to overcome gender stereotypes what are healthy courageous role models of both males and females, Racism in the US, Solving problems courageously and non-violently, Thinking creatively and humanely about injustice and conflict past or present real or fictionalized, Understanding human needs with compassion, Unfair labor practices, Unionization, Women’s rights-Overcoming sexism-Women’s rolesIllustrated by Robert Casilla