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By Susie Jaramillo. A fun, bilingual take on being a documented immigrant. Cute bilingual tale of animals, opposites, and clever girl. By Jen Arena.
Immigrant boy's inspiring journey, told in two languages. Boy plays Mexican wrestler in exuberant bilingual tale. By Yuyi Morales. Festive rhyming book weaves in Spanish words.
Classic carol brims with Spanish words, Mexican traditions. Lively bio of New York's first Puerto Rican librarian. By Anika Aldamuy Denise. Poco Loco. Zany mouse inventor tale spiced with Spanish. Krause, Maria Chua.
Fun bilingual book of shapes celebrates Mexican culture. By Roseanne Greenfield Thong.
Sweet bilingual tale of Latino Christmas Eve traditions. Let's Go to the Market! Jam-packed, comics-like tale has tons of Spanish vocabulary. Viva Frida. Exuberant portrayal of artist's passion for art.
Beautiful historical picture book has stunning art. By Margarita Engle.
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Colombian girl learns English in fun early chapter book. By Juana Medina. Bilingual text and mini-murals illustrate Rivera's story. By Jonah Winter. Inspiring memoir of migrants' son who became astronaut. Stef Soto, Taco Queen. Very sweet. Corduroy Corduroy is a bear who want a home more than anything. He lives in a department store and thinks finding his missing button will help him find a family. My kids will spend hours pouring over his books! Follow the life cycle of a butterfly in story format, starting with a little egg. The illustrations are wonderful, as is the story of a family of ducks trying to find and make a home in busy Boston.
They also love the colors of the train in the illustrations.
Board Book. These little books introduce different animals in a series of rhymes, and are not to be missed! Ve, Perro. Another whimsical rhyming classic from P.
Eastman, Go Do Go! Sweet and soothing language and pictures. Suess is beloved the world over, and this one is one of our Seuss favorites. This innovative and sweet series features animal friends that each speak a different language in this case, Spanish and English.
Her everyday stories of English children might be my favorites.
The Frog and Toad books are good early readers as well. Are You My Mother?