With an upcoming pre-teen (and known as tween) I am always looking for books that he will be interested in reading. At 9 years old he’s beginning to be selective with what he reads. However, my main focus will always be a book that he can read in either in both languages Spanish and/or English, but that are also written by Latino authors.
Raising a feminist son starts at home. One way to do this is reading books about women in history and in the present. I’m excited to share with you this compilation of amazing women in Spanish! These books are also great for young girls to read so they can see themselves reflected as strong, smart, and powerful girls. Remember we are raising strong women and men that respect them through literacy.
My child is a huge fan of the book series Diary of a Wimpy Kid. He’s read all of the books, and seen the movies. So when he saw the preview of the new movie release “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul” he was counting down the days. With three friends of his in tow we headed to the movies. We weren’t disappointed! Lots of laughs to be had, especially for the adults, too!
Looking to read Latino Children’s books during this Christmas with your kids? I’ve got you covered! For 12 days you can read a different book and have fun with your kids doing an activity. Read More…
Although the Puerto Rican Flamboyant tree is not the island’s national tree, it is one of the most beautiful and recognizable trees across the island.
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