The only daughter in the de Haro family, 13-year-old Cesa loves the vast and beautiful Rancho del Valle de la Madrugada. The world beyond, though, is changing. Mexico has lost the 1846 war with the United States. As her family's way of life is threatened, Cesa discovers that there's more to being a woman than she thought--and the sacrifice it requires may be more than she's willing to make.

Daughter of Madrugada 2004, Thorndike Press

ISBN-13: 9780786261420

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Daughter of Madrugada 2003, Yearling Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780440416449

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Daughter of Madrugada 2002, Delacorte Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780385327190

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Daughter of Madrugada 2002, Delacorte Press

ISBN-13: 9780385900386

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