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Children of all ages are encouraged to read on their own or with their parents. These are some of the books we love.
When the aroma of Omu's homemade stew fills the air, her neighbors arrive, one by one, for a taste until all is gone except for her generous spirit.
A blind boy tells of his warm relationship with his grandmother and the gift she left for him after her death.
Carmela, finally old enough to run errands with her brother, tries to think of the perfect wish, while his wish seems to be that she stayed home.
Instilled with confidence by his parents, a young boy has a great firs day of kindergarten.
Oh, the things you can do in your skin. You can laugh and sniggle and grin, you can sing and wiggle and spin, you can jump and jiggle and bend.
When her abuelo is injured at the local landfill, second-grader Sofia is determined to transform the dangerous Mount Trashmore into a park, taking on City Hall in the process.
Using illustrations that show the diversity in Native America and spare poetic text that emphasizes fry bread in terms of provenance, this volume tells the story of a post-colonial food that is a shared tradition for Native American families all across the North American continent. Includes a recipe and an extensive author note that delves into the social ways, foodways, and politics of America's 573 recognized tribes.
A girl tells what it is like living with her twin brother who has autism and sometimes finds it hard to communicate with words, but who, in most ways, is just like any other boy. Includes authors' note about autism.
Even though he's successfully finished his swimming lessons, Jabari discovers that he's frightened at the thought of jumping off a diving board.