Felisa y El Mágico Coquí Spanish Children’s Book
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Today, I’m sharing with you a review of Felisa y el Magico Coqui (Spanish Edition) by Elizabeth Wahn, and illustrator Cristina Fabris.
Felisa Rincón de Gautier, First Female Mayor of San Juan. Rincón de Gautier was a firm believer in the women's right to vote and was an active participant in the suffragist movement, motivating many women to register. When the law allowing women to vote was passed, Rincón de Gautier was the 5th woman to officially register. A pioneer, and women's right activist served for 22 years as the mayor. This beautiful mural can be found alongside the street overlooking the Atlantic Ocean on your way to Old San Juan. #felisarincondegautier
International Women's Day was this past March 8 and it was celebrated in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. March is also Women's History Month. . . Ths is an annual month that highlights the contributions of women in history and contemporary society. ?? . . Sadly, not much is discussed in schools. At least not in the U.S.A.. ? . . So as a momma of a boy it is my responsibility to educate my son on the contribution of these amazing women. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to review and use these two educational resources with my son. . . Let's face it….I don't have time to research or even create these packets: . . ✔Amazing Women in History ✔Women’s History Month Research Packet . . I printed and put them in two different binders for easy access and use. Easy and no-prep needed! . . . ?You can get these educational packets now on S*A*L*E! ? Hop on over @multiculturalkidblogs and click on the link on their profile. Ad . . Featuring work by @openwidetheworld @thepiripirilexicon @mommymaestra