Join enthusiastic Belinda, her quiet friend Barbara and their friends or classmates for an exciting game of musical chairs. Who knew that a little music could transfor this school gym into a magical playground?
A young boy sees three ravishing ladies in the subway, dressed in colorful gowns that end in fishtails. He gets home and sets to work creating his own glorious mermaid garb. But what will his Abuela think?
Three whimsical stories that follow the supportive and oftentimes silly friendship of a snail and a worm. The author blends quirky pictures with a play on words that leaves readers wanting to learn about their next adventure.
Welcome to the airport. It's like a busy indoor town where you will spot people saying goodbyes and giving hugs, people, big bags, little bags, bags on wheels, bags on shoulders, you will stand in lines to get your ticket, check bags, lines for security, go through xray machine, moving stairs, small beeping cars, shops, and restaurants, until finally you board the plane. The careful observer of all the details will be rewarded by a subplot: Lost Sock Monkey's own journey.
In this exquisite picture book, Yuyi Morales tells the story of her immigration with her infant son from Xalapa, Mexico, to the United States. This book shows how she arrived into this country without many worldly goods, but with the gift of imagination; and how books and libraries helped her find her place in a new country.
Pigeons are a lot smarter than you may think. And they have impressive skills. They can fly faster than a car, and were once even used for delivering the mail by air. If you were not a fan of these common urban dwellers before, this informational comic book may make you change your mind.
The author's ancestors came from Europe; the photographer's family was born in China. Together, through words and photographs, they document the stories of other immigrants who have come to settle in the United States. These newcomers had to learn a new language and do new things. Their hard work and sacrifices are the gift they gave to their own children.
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