Rocha shares his story
By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
In the middle of COVID-19 quarantine last year, it may have been difficult to constantly find things to do to pass the time. For Cuero native Edward Rocha, he already had a project in mind before the pandemic hit. Living in the big city of Boston, now, there were much stricter coronavirus lockdown measures. This allowed Rocha to focus on creating a Spanish-language children’s book series to honor his parents and promote bilingualism.
Even being from the small town of Cuero, Rocha always had it etched into his mind that everyone had a story, and that includes his parents.
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