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8 Bicultural Latino Children’s Books for National Reading Month #FamiliaReads

8 Bicultural Latino Children’s Books for National Reading Month March is National Reading Month.  It’s a time to celebrate reading and an opportunity to nurture childrens’ love of reading.  Whether you’re a parent or a teacher, I’m sure you can remember back to you childhood and the first books that you shared with someone special.  The sound of the crisp pages turning, the smoothness of their voice, the rich, colorful illustrations. Reading can be an absolutely magical experience, especially for young children, who…

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Tacos of Texas Book Review #FamiliaReads

Tacos of Texas Book Review Hola gente! It’s been a little while since our last video.  We’re glad to be back for our first video of 2017! Recently, our friends at SweetLifeBake.com gifted us a copy of Tacos of…

Arrorró, mi niño Bilingual Children’s Book Review #FamiliaReads

Bilingual Children’s Books: Arrorró, mi niño Arrorró, mi niño is excellent book for both parents who are fluent in Spanish and those who may not be fluent.  The author, Lulu Delacre, has lovingly pieced together and illustrated this book…

Bilingual Books for Early Readers – Escucha Means Listen #FamiliaReads

Bilingual Books for Early Readers – Escucha Means Listen Escucha Means Listen is a bilingual children’s picture book for early readers, approximately ages 3-5.  Authored by Talia Aikens-Nuñez, Escucha Means Listen is simple and thoughtfully written.  It’s back and forth, English /…

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Multicultural Mondays Blog Hop: Growing Up Global {Play}

  For Multicultural Monday, I’m continuing my reading from Homa Sabet Tavangar’s Growing Up Global. This week’s chapter was about play.  In the book, Homa list a variety of international games, some common and others not so well-known, that can bring…

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Multicultural Mondays Blog Hop: Growing Up Global {Greetings}

  This week, for Multicultural Monday, I’m continuing my reading from Homa Sabet Tavangar’s Growing Up Global.  This week’s chapter was about greetings and how important they are for forming friendships that can allow us to see others as…