Día del Niño Bilingual Books 2021
The Spirit of Chicano Park / El espiritu del Parque Chicano depicts the historic takeover of a small piece of land located under the Coronado Bridge in San Diego, California. The historic neighborhood of Logan Heights/Barrio Logan, a predominately Chicano community in 1970, took their picks and shovels and built a community park in opposition to the destruction of their neighborhood by eminent domain. It is a story of redemption and strength of a community seeking survival. Chicano Park, with it
Hola Amigo is a monthly box carefully crafted to deliver high quality, fun, and engaging Spanish language activities. From rich literature to hands-on exploration, it is our goal to foster a love of language learning, while providing hours of exciting discoveries, memory making, and lots of learning in the comfort of your own home! Whether you are interested in your child learning a second language but feel overwhelmed by the idea, or you are a fluent Spanish speaker looking for more opportunit
Inspired by the richness of the Dual Language classrooms and the rich experience of implementing multilingual TIE plays, Madeline and Sindy desired to continue their work in pushing past the monolingual classroom. Jugando N Play was born.
This Pura Belpré Award–winning picture book is a bilingual ride through the joyous history of Children’s Day/El día de los niños. Children’s Day/Book Day; El día de los niños/El día de los libros has been observed on April 30th for over twelve years. Founder Pat Mora’s jubilant celebration of this day features imaginative text and lively illustrations by award-winning illustrator Rafael López that will turn this bilingual fiesta into a hit for story time! Toon! Toon! The book includes a letter
This is a beautiful story about finding your unique talents. Kids can see themselves reflected in this armadillo that struggles to meet the daily challenges at school. He doesn't seem to fit in until a unique event reveals his "superpower."
When Estrella’s father has to leave because he wasn’t born here, like her, She misses him. And she wishes people knew the way it affects her. At home. At school. Always. But a school wrapped around a hundred-year-old oak tree is the perfect place to share and listen. Some kids miss family, Some kids are hungry, Some kids live in shelters. But nobody is alone. A story about deportation, divided families, and the importance of community in the midst of uncertainty.
Un cuento oportuno y conmovedor sobre la incertidumbre que siente una joven cuando deportan a su padre―y la empatía que crece cuando compartimos y nos escuchamos unos a los otros. Cuando el papá de Estrella tiene que irse porque no nació aquí como ella, Estrella lo extraña. Ella desea que la gente supiera como le afecta. En su casa. En la escuela. Siempre. Su escuela rodea un roble centenario, y ese árbol es el lugar perfecto para compartir. Algunos niños extrañan a su familia, algunos niños
Discover how 40 influential Latinas became the women we celebrate today! In this collection of short biographies from all over Latin America and across the United States, Juliet Menéndez explores the first small steps that set the Latinitas off on their journeys. With gorgeous, hand-painted illustrations, Menéndez shines a spotlight on the power of childhood dreams.
Mexico’s Day of the Dead fascinates U.S readers, whether for its joyful celebration of an unusual tradition or because it simply feels like home. San Vicente lets children join the celebration as they watch the skeletons rock, rattle, and roll those long old bones as they get ready for the biggest event of their social calendar. A short and fun essay, directed toward young readers, will explain this important Mexican holiday.
Historias de mexicanas Chidas para niñas Chidísimas es un libro que no puedes dejar de leer! Un recorrido a través de 60 historias de niñas y mujeres mexicanas para inspirarnos todos los días. Precio: Incluye el envío y
he Adventures of Papito Begins! Papito and the Squeezebox is a heartwarming tale of a young boy searching for his identity through his love of Tejano music. His musical skills are put to the test, but with the help of his family and his cultura, he finds the magic he was looking for all along. Papito and the Squeezebox is a beautiful look at Tejano music and one child's self-discovery to find where he belongs.
Gramita's making warm, fresh tortillas - family, love, and learning blend in this lyrical narrative. Gramita's Tortillas follows the story of young Maria growing up in Santa Rosa, New Mexico watching her grandmother spread love and bring people together by making her amazing tortillas for family and friends. Winner of the 2018 Plot Duckies® Short Storyathon™ and now a children's book and charming all-ages book. As Maria experiences family life, she learns about tortillas, family, and that som
En esta adaptación para jóvenes lectores, la historia de Julissa es prueba de que todo es posible. Su inspiradora trayectoria ofrece una mirada profunda al mundo poco comprendido de una nueva generación de inmigrantes indocumentados en los Estados Unidos: niños que son tus vecinos, que se sientan a tu lado en clase o que incluso pueden ser uno de tus mejores amigos.
Vamos Al Mercado Con Lola! is a 28-page bilingual coloring book that brings the treasures of a Mexican market (mercado) into your own home. This cross-border venture between author Dweck (who lives in the States) and Oaxaca-based illustrator Ariadna Vasquez features a different item commonly seen in mercados on each page, along with their names and some fun facts in both English and Spanish. The coloring book’s minimalist approach allows kids (or adults!) to color mindfully. They’ll also enjoy t
Get ready to explore the stock market world with this fun coloring and activity book by Grow With Color! The Stock Market Workbook was inspired, created and dedicated to all families healing their money wounds and working toward building generational wealth. Co-author, illustrator and Montessori teacher Elizabeth Ruiz completed her mother’s beginners stock course named Wealth Rules Everything Around Me by Linda Garcia and was inspired to create a resource that could educate our youth especially