The Twentieth Century's Most Influential Hispanics examines the life and achievements of the named individual, beginning with the subject's birth and young life. Emphasis is given to the events that made this person influential. Realistic portrayals of the subjects include discussion of opportunities and obstacles, missteps, and triumphs.
Kahlo's life is chronicled, as are the influences of her marriage to Rivera and her physical pain, on her art. The books conclude with important dates, chapter notes, and a section for more information. Recommended."
--Library Media Connection, November 2008
Price: US $34.80