The Little Doctor/El doctorcito imparts an important message to readers—it’s never too early to start taking steps toward one’s dreams.
Browsing: Hispanic Heritage
It can be hard to know where to begin when teaching others and learning about Hispanic Heritage Month. Here are some literacy ideas to get you started.
In Big Apple Diaries, a diary-style graphic memoir by Alyssa Bermudez, a young New Yorker doodles her way through middle school―until September 11, 2001.
For All/Para Todos is a poignant, bi-lingual tale about an immigrant girl’s hopes and dreams as she embarks on an adventure to a new land.
Author Showcase By Kathryn Starke, for The Children’s Book Review Published: October 31, 2011 Multicultural Children’s Literature that Teaches Global…
F. Isabel Campoy is a scholar devoted to the study of language acquisition. She is a well-known author of numerous children’s books in the areas of poetry, theatre, folktales, biographies, and art.
These stories have journeyed far—over mountains, deserts, and oceans—carried by the wind, passed on to us by our ancestors. Now they have found their way to you.
Being bilingual has been one of Alma Flor Ada’s greatest assets she has enjoyed in life. She wishes the same benefit for all children.
Celebrate the universal love for reading, and Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15), with WAITING FOR THE BIBLIOBURRO, by the award-winning team of Monica Brown and John Parra. Enter to win one of three (3) hardcover copies.
Count along in Spanish and English as each one of the ten adorable puppies disappears from the pages—it’s a bilingual bonanza!