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GENRES: Spanish-English Bilingual Books


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GENRES: Spanish-English Bilingual Books


Amelia's show-and-tell fiesta =  Amelia y la fiesta de book Amelia's show-and-tell fiesta = Amelia y la fiesta de

Chapra, Mimi.
E CHAPRA

Excited about the first show-and-tell in her new American kindergarten, Amelia brings in her special fiesta dress from Cuba.



Manana Iguana book Manana Iguana

Paul, Ann Whitford.
E PAUL

Iguana is planning a fiesta. Tortuga the tortoise, Conejo the hare, and Gulebra the snake all want to come, but they don't want to help. The lazy trio lose out in this clever update of the story of the Little Red Hen told with a Mexican twist. Includes a glossary of Spanish words.



Mama Goose :  a Latino nursery treasury = un tesor de rimas infantiles Juvenile Book Mama Goose : a Latino nursery treasury = un tesor de rimas infantiles

Mama Goose : a Latino nursery treasury = un tesor de rimas infantiles / Alma Flor Ada and F. Isabel Campoy ; illustrated by Maribel Suarez ; creative editing of the English by Tracy Heffernan.
J 398.8094 MAMA GO

Alma Flor Ada and F. Isabel Campoy, acclaimed authors and scholars of Latino literature, have spent years culling popular and beloved lullabies, jump-rope songs, riddles, proverbs, and more from all over the Spanish-speaking world.



Counting ovejas book Counting ovejas

Weeks, Sarah.
E WEEKS

From the talented duo of Weeks and Caldecott Medal-winning artist Diaz, "Counting Ovejas" is a bilingual tribute to the power of sheep in putting one very unsleepy boy to sleep.



Count on Culebra :  go from 1 to 10 in Spanish book Count on Culebra : go from 1 to 10 in Spanish

Paul, Ann Whitford.
E PAUL

When Iguana stubs her toe and cannot make her popular candies known as cactus butter dulces, Culebra the rattlesnake finds a cure that introduces the Spanish words for the numbers from one to ten.



Sky blue accident = Accidente celeste book Sky blue accident = Accidente celeste

Lujan, Jorge.
E LUJAN

This sweetly whimsical book describes a little boy who falls from his bicycle and crashes into the sky. The sky shatters, but the little boy puts some of the broken pieces into his pocket and, in the end, saves the day.



The empanadas that abuela made = Las empanadas que hacía la abuela book The empanadas that abuela made = Las empanadas que hacía la abuela

Bertrand, Diane Gonzales.
E BERTRAN

Told in the style of a cumulative folk song, a grandmother makes empanadas, a traditional Hispanic treat, for her family. Includes recipe.

Se cuenta al estilo de una cancion folklorica como hace empanadas la abuela para su familia. Receta incluida.



Moony Luna = Luna Lunita Lunera book Moony Luna = Luna Lunita Lunera

Argueta, Jorge.
E ARGUETA

Five-year old Luna doesn't want to go to school, but when her parents assure her that she will have a wonderful time playing and learning, she decides to give it a try.



Freight train =  Tren de carga book Freight train = Tren de carga

Crews, Donald.
E CREWS

Brief text and illustrations trace the journey of a colorful train as it goesthrough tunnels, by cities, and over trestles.



Look out kindergarten, here I come! = Prepárate, kindergarten! Allá voy! book Look out kindergarten, here I come! = Prepárate, kindergarten! Allá voy!

Carlson, Nancy L.
E CARLSON

Carlson's reassuring picture book about a child getting ready for his first day of kindergarten.



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