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What Can You Do With a Rebozo? 12/02/10
What Can You do with a Rebozo by Carmen Tafolla is one of Harriet's current favorite books. She picked it for its colorful cover with a little girl holding up a red rebozo over her head. The girl on the cover reminds my daughter of one of her best friends.
A rebozo is a sturdy and colorful Mexican shall that women use for a number of purposes from covering their heads to slinging their children. The book has a number of other uses from super hero capes, to blankets, to slides and all sorts of ideas.
What Can You do with a Rebozo is on our frequent check out list. Harriet has taken to using her purple "night-night" blanket as a makeshift rebozo.