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"An absolutely heartwarming and vibrant story of belonging, family, and the meaning of home. This book is a treasure."—Julie Murphy, New York Times Bestselling author of Dumplin
"¡Ay, Mija! is full of everything I love about a Christine Suggs comic. Their work magically exudes a sense of warmth and calm, even when exploring difficult or complicated topics. Snippets of introspection about cultural identity and family trauma are interspersed with vivid, effective world-building, and the love Suggs has for their family and heritage is palpable. I’ve only been to Mexico once, but ¡Ay, Mija! made me want to return as soon as possible."—Tyler Feder, creator of Dancing at the Pity Party
"A charming tale of belonging and familial connection beyond language barriers. Beautifully drawn and relatable depictions of bilingual struggles, I wish I read this as a kid. A must-read story!"
—Kat Fajardo, creator of Miss Quinces
"A great exploration of what it's like to narrow the gap when being part of a diaspora group and what it means to belong somewhere and love every part of it, the good and the complicated."—Barbara Perez Marquez, co-author of The Cardboard Kingdom
"Suggs' debut soars as a tender, honest, comfortingly queer coming of age tale wrapped in a love letter to their Mexican heritage. To read it feels like a warm hug."—Rose Bousamra, illustrator of the forthcoming Frizzy, by Claribel A. Ortega
"It's magical to see a book I had nothing to do with capture my life as a Mexican-Texan so perfectly. Everything Christine Suggs felt I have felt, too. From the food to sight seeing, this book is a lovely slice of life on vacation."—Yehudi Mercado, creator of Chunky and Sci-Fu