Recomendaciones de Libros
¡Vamos!: Let's Go Eat
Little Lobo returns to share his love of food and wrestling in this delicious follow-up to Vamos! Let'sGo to the Market from Pura Belpré Medal-winning illustrator Raúl the Third.
Where Wonder Grows
When Grandma walks to her special garden, her granddaughters know to follow her there. Grandma invites the girls to explore her collection of treasures--magical rocks, crystals, seashells, and meteorites--to see what wonders they reveal. "They are alive with wisdom," Grandma says. As her granddaughters look closely, the treasures spark the girls' imaginations. They find stories in the strength of rocks shaped by volcanoes, the cleansing power of beautiful crystals, the mystery of the sea that houses shells and shapes the environment, and the long journey meteorites took to find their way to Earth. This is the power of Grandma's special garden, where wonder grows and stories blossom.
Mi Casa Is My Home
Lucia invites you to visit her bustling casa and meet an intergenerational array of loved ones in a charming Spanglish celebration of family life.
Pat-a-cake and peek-a-boo. You see me and I see you! Celebrate baby's busy day with this fun and playful English-Spanish bilingual baby book. Gurgle, babble, grunt, and coo. Watch how Daddy waves to you! Babies will enjoy and respond to the happy sounds, joyful movements, bouncy rhythm, and vivid black-and-white photos of babies in this rhyming book. A section in the back for parents and caregivers provides playtime tips in both languages.
An early concept book that brings every kind of job to life, including the work of the dedicated palm weavers of Flavio Gallardo’s workshop, whose miniature palm weavings illustrate this playful book, teaching children words for work in two languages. The weavers live in the village of Chigmecatitlán in the Mixteca part of the Mexican state of Puebla. With tremendous skill and patience, the artisans of this region practice palm weaving, a craft which came to Mexico even before the arrival of the Spanish in the early 15th century. Imagine being able to hold all of the illustrations in one book in the palms of your hands. You can do that with the tiny weavings in Let’s Work. Most pieces are no larger than a dime!
Ten Little Birds / Diez Pajaritos (Ebook)
Count to 10 and back again with Latin Grammy Award-winning children's musical duo 123 Andrés in this bilingual book! The popular song from 123 Andrés' Latin Grammy Award-winning album is cleverly and beautifully brought to life in this bright, bouncy book! Each of the 10 birds is given a fun and silly personality, and children will love to follow along as each flies away -- and escapes a lurking kitty!
A Song of Frutas
From Pura Belpré Award–winning author Margarita Engle comes a lively, rhythmic picture book about a little girl visiting her grandfather who is a pregonero—a singing street vendor in Cuba—and helping him sell his frutas.
Baby Shark / Bebé Tiburón (Bilingual)
Read, dance, and sing along to this favorite classic song featuring a baby shark, mama shark, daddy shark, grandma shark, and more underwater pals!
Bebé Tiburón se ha convertido en un personaje famoso y querido por maestros, padres y niños en todo el mundo. Con las adorables y divertidas historias subacuáticas con Bebé, Mamá, Papá y Abue Tiburón, y otras criaturas del océano, ¡los chicos no se cansarán de estas historias de una familia de tiburones!
Baby Shark has become well-known and well-loved by teachers, parents, and children everywhere. And with hilarious and adorable under-the-sea art of Baby Shark, Mama Shark, Daddy Shark, Grandma Shark, and more ocean creatures, kids won't be able to get enough of this silly illustrated story of a shark family!
Join the search—in English and Spanish—and discover a celebration of friends and creativity.
Sing and read along to these six favorite preschool songs, in English and in Spanish.
Uno Dos Tres: My First Spanish Rhymes
Uno Dos Tresis a journey that will take children from one adventure to another, and back home again, while learning Spanish! From school to the farm, and from playtime to bedtime, this book is a perfect introduction to the language for the youngest child. With a host of characters - people, animals and birds - illustrating over twenty-five simple and well-known rhymes and songs, young children will enjoy learning and speaking Spanish.
Little Elephants / Elefantitos
This children's book is based on the song "Un elefante se balanceaba", a traditional Mexican counting song. It teaches little ones how to count to five plus serves as the perfect bedtime story.
The Hummingbird Sings and Dances
Bursting with color and spirit, this collection of Latin-American songs is a tribute to Latino culture. From traditional tunes to rhymes and hand games, "De Colores" has songs for all occasions and moods. Each is accompanied by a simple musical arrangement, with lyrics in both English and Spanish.
Cantando de Colores
In this beautifully illustrated bilingual picture book, parents and children will be able to read and sing one of the most recognizable Spanish folk songs, De Colores featuring an English adaptation on each page. The book is overflowing with colorful illustrations as it pays a tribute to cultures throughout the world.
No Hay Nada Más Chistoso Que Leer Con un Oso = Bears Make the Best Reading Buddies
All the students in the class are assigned reading buddies, except for Adelaide. She already has one, a bear! And Adelaide is quite persuasive as she explains to her language arts teacher, Mrs. Fitz-Pea, and the reader, that bears really do make the best reading buddies: they sniff out good books and their claws are just right for turning pages. And the bear looks rather friendly (and studious) in these crayon-bright, contemporary illustrations, making this is must-read picture book for story time! Fully translated Spanish text. La maestra asigna compañeros de lectura a todos los niños, pero Adelaida ya tiene uno: ¡su oso! Adelaida convencerá a su maestra y a los lectores de que no hay nada mejor que leer con un oso. Los osos tienen un gran olfato para los buenos libros y garras idelaes para pasar páginas. Y este oso parece muy simpático (y estudioso). Con ilustraciones modernas y coloridas, ¡este es el cuento perfecto para leer en voz alta!