Marisol McDonald and the Clash Bash: Marisol McDonald y La Fiesta Sin Igual

Marisol McDonald and the Clash Bash: Marisol McDonald y La Fiesta Sin Igual Review

Marisol is turning eight, and it’s time to plan a birthday party that will be fabulous, marvelous, and divine. She also hopes that Abuelita, who lives far away in Peru, will be able to come to the celebration.

At the party store, Marisol can’t decide what kind of party to have. There are so many choices, but everything in the store matches! Nothing seems right for soccer, pirate, princess, unicorn-loving Marisol. Finally she comes up with just the right idea, and when her friends arrive for her Clash Bash birthday, a big surprise awaits. But in a heartwarming turn of events, Marisol gets the biggest surprise of all—a visit from Abuelita via computer.

In this delightful story told in English and Spanish, author Monica Brown and illustrator Sara Palacios once again bring the irrepressible Marisol McDonald to life. With her bright red hair, golden brown skin, mismatched outfits, and endearing individuality, this free-spirited Peruvian-Scottish-American girl is headed straight into the hearts of young readers everywhere.

Title:Marisol McDonald and the Clash Bash: Marisol McDonald y La Fiesta Sin Igual
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Angelina Justice

    I adore Marisol and all the other clash bashers I meet each day. She is bursting with energy and originality and she shares it with everyone she loves. This is a great book for showcasing multiple top...

  • Keegan

    Like the first one, another fun round with Marisol. I'm happy to see another book about her. She's a good character and I like the format of the stories....

  • Janine Darragh

    I loved this bilingual picture book about unique Marisol! The pictures are wonderfully fun, and the message is positive. ...

  • Jackie

    Marisol McDonald is confident in her individuality. She loves things that don't quite go together...just like her! She knows what she wants for her birthday, but her grandmother may not be able to com...

  • Cayla Caudillo

    Kirkus reviewThe confident, exuberant, bicultural-and-proud Marisol McDonald is back in this follow-up to Brown’s introduction to the character, Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match/Marisol McDonald no ...

  • Oak Lawn Public Library - Youth Services

    Review:This is an “Easy” Spanish Bilingual book, which is about diversity and accepting others as they are. Marisol doesn’t care that her clothes don’t match and when it comes to her 8th birth...

  • Heidi

    I can safely say that I have never seen a red-haired latina girl before, but I am very much looking forward to seeing her again. In some ways she reminds me of Fancy Nancy, especially in her rather un...

  • Madison

    Marisol is back again, but this time it is her birthday! She goes to the store with her mother to try and decide what kind of birthday party she wants to have, but when she cannot choose just one- she...

  • Pat Salvatini

    Marisol McDonald is a quirky young lady who chooses not to match her clothing because she likes being "unique, different, and one of a kind". She carries this idea over into her everyday thinking as w...

  • Barbara

    Marisol McDonald is comfortable with her own multiracial identity and having a unique personality. Not only does she wear socks and clothing that doesn't match, but she plans a party for her eighth bi...