Santa Clara University

Further Readings About Dr. Francisco Jimenez

 

Books

  • Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Volume 32, 47-52.
  • Contemporary Authors, Volume 131, 259-260.
  • Contemporary Authors New Revision Series, Volume 90, 177-179.
  • Notable Latino Americans: A Biographical Dictionary, 212-215.
  • Something about the Author, Volume 108, 120-123.
  • Latina and Latino Voices in Literature. pp. 197-20
  • Hispanic American Biographies. 1997, 1-6.
  • The Essential Guide to Children’s Books and Their Creators, 228-229.
  • Las fronteras móviles, pp. 127-137


Articles

  • “Out of cardboard boxes,” by Judy Green. The Sacramento Bee. March 20, 1999, H1, H7.
  • “Secrets Shared: A Conversation with Francisco Jiménez” by Rosalinda B. Barrera. The New Advocate. Winter 2003, 1-8.
  • “Sequel tells story of migrant life,” by Sue Corbett. Miami Herald. August 12, 2001, B6.
  • “Talking with Francisco Jiménez,” by Chris Liska Carger. Book Links. December 2001/January 2002, 14-19.
  • “‘Never Quit:’ Author tells of migrant life, inspires children,” by Elizabeth Wendt. Marco Island Eagle. August 22, 2001, A19-A20.
  • “2002 Pura Belpré Author Award Honor Book,” by Clarion Books and Houghton Mifflin. The New York Times. February 1, 2002, B40.
  • “Award-winning writer visits library,” San Marcos Daily Record. September 18, 2002, 8.
  • “Children’s Books” by Betsy Hearne. The New York Times. January 16, 2000, 26.
  • “Cotton Sack” by Francisco Jiménez. Los Angeles Times. October 19, 1997, 10-11.
  • “Breaking Through author stops in S.A.” by Lisa Brothers Gutierrez. San Antonio Express News. September 19, 2002, 4F.
  • “Commending Francisco Jiménez,” by Michael M. Honda. Congressional Record—Extension of Remarks. October 17, 2002, E1906.
  • “Commending Francisco Jiménez,” by Michael M. Honda. ILW. October 20, 2002, 1-2.
  • “Emerging from the cocoon of a migrant childhood,” by Dan Krieger. The San Luis Obispo Tribune. September 2, 2001, B4.
  • “El arte de ser…Maestro,” by Dr. G. Arturo Limón. Publicaciones del Chuviscar. 2002.
  • “Ex-trabajador migrante ilegal gana honores universitarios,” by Emilia Cea. El Mensajero. April / May 1995, 8-9.
  • “Fields of Endeavor,” by Michalene Busico. San Jose Mercury News. April 18, 1993, 1L, 5B.
  • “Hijo de padres analfabetas gana honores universitarios,” El Heraldo Católico. August 27, 1995, 6.
  • “In Steinbeck, migrant teen saw his life reflected,” by Dan Krieger. The San Luis Obispo Tribune. October 28, 2001, B4.
  • “Mexican American receives children’s award from SWT, by Louie Valencia. The Daily University Star. September 24, 2002, 3.
  • “Migrant sons, separated from parents, return to our coast,” by Liz and Dan Krieger. The Tribune. September 9, 2001, B3.
  • “Out of cardboard boxes: A professor looks back on his remarkable journey through life and those who helped him along the way,” by Judy Green. The Sacramento Bee. March 20, 1999.
  • “Painful Memories Forge Poignant Holiday Short Story: Latino Santa Clara professor writes of his farmworker boyhood,” by Bill Workman. San Francisco Chronicle. December 25, 1997, A23.
  • “Profesor del año,” by Yvette Cabrera. Selecciones Reader’s Digest: Triunfadores. May 2003, 33-38.
  • “Remembering the Impact of The Grapes of Wrath,” by California Council for the Humanities. network. Summer 2002, 3.
  • “Santa Clara University honors professors,” by Marie Johnston. San Jose Mercury News. August 20, 1998, 13E.
  • “Smitsonian’s Notable Books for Children, 1999” by Kathleen Burke. Smithsonian. November 1999, 42-54.
  • “Teen’s determination to succeed flourished at Santa Maria High,” by Liz and Dan Krieger. The San Luis Obispo Tribune. October 21, 2001.
  • “The Apprenticeship of Francisco Jiménez,” by Barbara Bailey Kelley. San Jose Mercury News: West. April 5, 1998, 17-20.
  • “The Grapes of Wrath,” by Kathryn Bold. Santa Clara University. October 30, 1997, 1-4.
  • “Thousands of readers to focus on book,” by Nora Villagrán. San Jose Mercury News. November 17, 2002, 17E.
  • “Un Beneficio Compartido,” by Marina Hinestrosa. Nuevo Mundo. August 7, 1995, 14-15.
  • “Your Story is the Story of Our Family,” by David Marc Fisher. Writing! February / March 2001, 3-5.


On-line Interview

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Other Books & Articles:

  • Cassidy, Jack, et al., eds., Follow the Wind. New York: Scribners, 1987
  • Farrell, Harry. "How Francisco Jiménez Became the Pick of the Crop." California Today (19 October 1980)
  • Martinez Julio A., ed. Chicano Scholars and Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Directory. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1979
  • Penahich, Loretta. "Former Illegal Migrant Worker Gains University Honors." Migration World Magazine 23:4 (Sept-Oct 1995) 43
  • "Que triunfa como escritor y literato." Tiempo Latino 4:102 (17 December 1980) 3, 31.

 
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