Abuela's visits from Mexico are always exciting for young Sabrina. This time, Abuela's suitcase holds ribbons, a drum, and the smell of chocolate. Abuelita, do you want to play a game? Let's pretend that I'm a princess, Sabrina says. Okay, Abuela says, but a Mayan princess should wear a beautiful dress called a huipil. And she pulls out the traditional garment. Sabrina has lots of questions about her ancestors. With her grandmother's help, she learns about the cacao tree, which was first cultivated by Mexico's indigenous tribes. Sabrina discovers that chocolate is perfect for a Mayan princess. Children will enjoy this charming bilingual picture book that depicts a loving relationship, and shares the history of the native peoples of Mexico.