La Cucaracha is a short tale about Cuca, the cockroach, who lives in the 1970s in Greenwich Village--the era of bell bottoms, flower power, and free love.
Cuca is not immune to their power, nor the tasty tidbits left by his giant roommate, the chef.
How does he thrive and ultimately share his artistry?
For a good laugh, follow Cuca on his journey today!
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Lots to love at home and in town with Cuca!
Fun and frolic, a look at life from the cock roach point of view--and maybe see a bit beyond our human façade, too. This is a character you can love.
My favorite lines: "He was respectful of books and did his best to not leave any marks. Cuca always washed his feet before he took a book dip."
This story reads like the author laughed and giggled her way through the writing, and who can resist a writer who is having the time of her life with a cockroach? Or was he, now? Hmmmmm. Sounds a lot like a great-uncle of mine! --Marlee LeDai
Author and artist, Kathryn V. White has met some of Cuca's NYC relatives and can honestly say that Cuca is one amazing cockroach. Kathryn's most recent book, Rumble Tumble Joy: A Journey for Healing, Inspiration, and Wholeness, is a finalist in the 2014 Wishing Shelf Book Awards. Find out more at: www.kathrynVwhite.com