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Me Llamo Maria Isabel

My Name Is Maria Isabel , Alma Flor Ada, Atheneum Books for Young Readers

Positive role model books for girls.

A Mighty Girl's top recommended read-aloud books starring Mighty Girls for elementary-aged students (This website is amazing!) The world's largest collection of books and movies for smart, confident and courageous girls.

All the Answers by Kate Messner

All the Answers: Kate Messner: you NEED to read this great story and figure out the truth behind this answer-telling pencil!

Twenty-Odd Ducks: Why Every Punctuation Mark Counts!

Twenty-Odd Ducks: Why Every Punctuation Mark Counts

Twenty-Odd Ducks: Why Every Punctuation Mark Counts!

The children's author Alma Flor Ada shares her Cuban journey for Latin@s in Kid Lit readers.

The children's author Alma Flor Ada shares her Cuban journey for Latin in Kid Lit readers.

Making Inferences Lessons and some FREEBIES! - Thank God It's First Grade!

Making Inferences Lessons and some FREEBIES!

Making Inferences: books, lessons, and freebies to helps students with this tricky skill!

Shari Frost surveyed teachers and found that fourth-grade teacher Chris chooses books with same-age protagonists for the first read aloud. Jack Adrift: Fourth Grade Without a Clue by Jack Gantos fit the bill.

From the Newbery Medal–winning author of Dead End in Norvelt, eight side-splitting stories about a boy who is doing his best to keep his head above waterAs.

Raise a Read Infographic

Raise a Reader Infogram

"Read Aloud to a Child Today" infographic. This is so so sooo important for parents to do. For homeschooling parents too.

Inspiration for Education: 10 Best Read Alouds for 3rd Grade

There's nothing like starting out the school year with a fabulous read aloud book. I love it when the kids groan as I finish the chapte.

22 Books about reading #kidlit #picturebook

Picture Books About Reading

22 Books about reading. Looks some some great read alouds for librarians and the classroom! From no time for flashcards.

Teaching characterization    Have students use the book to draw a picture of the character. Then they add speech bubbles to show the characters point of view and thoughts.

This would be a great tool to help students understand the characters. Teaching characterization Have students use the book to draw a picture of the character. Then they add speech bubbles to show the characters point of view and thoughts.

On Shelves Now: YES! WE ARE LATINOS: Poems and Prose About the Latino Experience by Alma Flor Ada & F. Isabel Campoy | Kids Read in Colour

David Diaz is this year's Pura Belpre Illustrator winner! Stay tuned for his new book coming in August YES! WE ARE LATINOS by Alma Flor Ada and Isabel Campoy

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