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First Day in Grapes Cover. All year long Chico and his family move up and down the state of California picking fruits and vegetables. Every September they pick grapes and Chico starts at a new school again. Often other children pick on him — maybe because he is always new or maybe because he speaks Spanish sometimes. When the fourth-grade bullies confront Chico in the lunchroom, he responds wisely with strengths of his own. #ELA #CommonCore #CCSS #literacy #readaloud #lessonplan…

First Day Grapes by L. King Perez - Every September, Chico starts at a new school. Often, the other kids pick on him — maybe because he’s always new, or maybe because he speaks Spanish sometimes.

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Set in Bangladesh, this picture book underscores the importance of education and its power to change lives.

Amelia's Road

Dia de los niños/Dia de los libros is April The richly colored illustrations bring to life the landscape of California's Central Valley farmland. Amelia's Road is an inspirational tale about the importance of home.

Compare and Contrast Common Core Lesson Plan for Fifth Grade. Literacy expert, Jill Eisenberg, shares comparison ideas within one book for fifth grade. She has created sample questions to teach towards and check mastery of each of the three common core standards categories.

How We Are Smart Cover. Lively storytelling and striking illustrations introduce readers to the empowering theory of multiple intelligences — and the adventure of discovering how they are smart!

Laughing out Loud, I Fly: Poems in English and Spanish. Luis Felipe Herrera. Illustrated by Karen Barbour. Belpre Honor Narrative, 2000.

The Hardcover of the Laughing Out Loud, I Fly: Poems in English and Spanish by Juan Felipe Herrera, Karen Barbour

David's Drawings

David's Drawings

Falwell, Cathryn A story about a shy African American boy who makes friends by letting his classmates help with his drawing of a winter tree.

Ages 3 and up - As any city kid knows, the front steps can be one of the best places to play. In this award-winning story, an African-American girl invites readers to...

Ages 3 and up - As any city kid knows, the front steps can be one of the best places to play. In this award-winning story, an African-American girl invites readers to.

Combining art & Personal Narratives

Honoring Our Ancestors Cover. This remarkable book brings together fourteen outstanding and diverse artists to honor the ancestors who most touched their lives and to pay playful tribute to the influential and loving people who came before them.

Chachaji's Cup by Uma Krishnaswami, illustrated by Soumya Sitaraman

Chachaji's Cup by Uma Krishnaswami, illustrated by Soumya Sitaraman

Senderos: Teaching Spanish in Waldorf Schools - Waldorf Publications

Senderos: Teaching Spanish in Waldorf Schools

Home to Medicine Mountain cover. The Best Cheerleaders May Come In the Smallest Packages: How Siblings Affect Literacy Education. Literacy Specialist, Jill Eisenberg, shares her experiences and strategies on engaging families, specifically siblings, as partners in helping children to learn and love to read.

Home to Medicine Mountain, written by Chiori Santiago, illustrated by Judith Lowry. Published by Children's Book Press, an imprint of LEE & LOW BOOKS.

Kinder School Themed. My teacher is so good, she can teach anyone . . .to do anything! She can teach an astronaut to float in space.She can teach a ballet dancer to land with grace. Come join the fun as a young boy and his classmates explore an alphabet of occupations from Astronaut to Zillionaire. This playful story is just right for any child . . . and his or her favorite teacher!

Come join the fun as a young boy and his classmates explore an alphabet of occupations from Astronaut to Zillionaire. This playful story is just right for any child . and his or her favorite teacher!

Dia Cha, Dia's Story Cloth: The Hmong People's Journey of Freedom Cover, Lee & Low Books & Denver Museum of Natural History, 1996

Dia's Story Cloth: A Laos woman recounts her family's wartime displacement, during which she was forced to flee to a refugee camp in Thailand and remain away from her home for four years, in a story that is illustrated by a lavish Vietnamese story cloth.