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      Titanosaurio: El descubrimiento del dinosaurio más grande del mundo (Titanosaur: Discovering the World's Largest Dinosaur)

      by Dr. Diego Pol

      Jan 2020

      Spanish Elementary

      This book tells the story of the discovery of this new dinosaur from the mouths of the paleontologists who led the dig! From its discovery by a local herder, to the organization and completion of the excavation, this riveting story will have readers on the edge of their seats, and the beautifully painted illustrations will mesmerize.

      Authors’ note. Full-color illustrations and photographs.

      El libro de los monstruos (The Book of Monsters)

      by Algarabía

      Nov 2019

      Spanish Elementary

      Be brave! And remember: Deep down inside, we are all monsters.

      The Book of Monsters unites all of those interesting creatures that live in our nightmares. Some came from old mythological legends, old folklores, or from the mind of some literary author, from movies, television, comic books, or videogames. Here you will find terrible, hungry, and deceptive beings waiting for your first misstep to devour you; wonderful and wild beasts that captivated old ancestral cultures; amazing peaceful beings that help others in the darkest moments; and sad tragic characters trapped by nature or a curse. Get ready, you’re about to begin an exciting search!

      Guide to monster categories and danger levels. Index. Full-color illustrations.

      Todos iguales/All Equal: Un corrido de Lemon Grove/A Ballad of Lemon Grove

      by Christy Hale

      Oct 2019

      Spanish Elementary

      Ten-year-old Roberto Álvarez loved school. He, his siblings, and neighbors attended the Lemon Grove School along with the white children from nearby homes. The children studied and played together as equals.

      In the summer of 1930, the Lemon Grove School Board decided to segregate the Mexican American students. The board claimed the children had a "language handicap" and needed to be "Americanized." When the Mexican families learned of this plan, they refused to let their children enter the new, inferior school that had been erected. They formed a neighborhood committee and sought legal help. Roberto, a bright boy who spoke English well, became the plaintiff in a suit filed by the Mexican families. On March 12, 1931, the case of Roberto Álvarez v. the Board of Trustees of the Lemon Grove School District was decided. The judge ruled in favor of the children's right to equal education, ordering that Roberto and all the other Mexican American students be immediately reinstated in the Lemon Grove School.

      This nonfiction bilingual picture book, written in both English and Spanish, tells the empowering story of The Lemon Grove Incident--a major victory in the battle against school segregation, and a testament to the tenacity of an immigrant community and its fight for equal rights.

      Music and lyrics for “Un corrido de Lemon Grove (A Ballad of Lemon Grove).” “Before the Lemon Grove Case.” List of court case participants and photographs. “After the Ruling.” Note on corridos. Quotation sources. Bibliography. Illustration note. Full-color illustrations rendered in gouache and relief printing inks.

      ¡FUSHHH!: El chorro de inventos súper húmedos de Lonnie Johnson (Whoosh!: Lonnie Johnson''s Super- Soaking Stream of Inventions)

      by Chris Barton

      Sep 2019

      Spanish Elementary

      Mientras trataba de crear un sistema de enfriamiento para refrigeradores, Lonnie Johnson inventó sin quererlo el mecanismo de este emblemático juguete. Cuando era niño le encantaban los cohetes, los robots, todo tipo de inventos y, sobre todo, la creatividad. Gracias a su pasión y persistencia por resolver problemas, llegó a ser ingeniero y a trabajar para la NASA. Pero dio el gran salto a la fama cuando inventó la Súper Pistola de Agua. Su historia es presentada aquí por Chris Barton, autor de éxitos de ventas del New York Times, e ilustrada por Don Tate¸ ganador de numerosos premios.
      Now in Spanish, the true story of how childhood favorite and summer staple, the Super Soaker, was an unexpected invention.
      Trying to create a new cooling system for refrigerators, inventor Lonnie Johnson instead created the mechanics for an iconic toy. As a kid, Lonnie Johnson loved rockets, robots, inventions, and creativity. With persistence and a passion for problem solving, he became an engineer and worked for NASA. But it is his invention of the Super Soaker water gun that has made his most memorable splash with kids and adults. Captured by New York Times best-selling author Chris Barton and award-winning illustrator Don Tate.

      Author’s note. Full-color digital illustrations.

      El delito de la limonada (The Lemonade Crime)

      by Jacqueline Davies

      Aug 2019

      Spanish Elementary

      On the fourth day of fourth grade, Scott Spencer walks into school and announces that he just bought the newest Xbox system. Jessie and Evan wonder where he got the money for that. Convinced that Scott stole the $208 that went missing from Evan's pocket at the end of the summer, Jessie decides to take Scott to court to prove his guilt. But things don't work out the way Jessie planned, and so it's up to Evan to find his own path to justice.

      Black-and-white illustrations done in pen and ink.

      No dejes que desaparezcan (Don't Let Them Disappear)

      by Chelsea Clinton

      Jul 2019

      Spanish Elementary

      From morning to night, animals share our world and make it a beautiful place. But more and more animals are becoming endangered and heading toward extinction. In this book, Chelsea Clinton introduces young readers to a selection of endangered animals, detailing their habits, their habitats and the causes for their endangerment. Taking readers through the course of a day, Don’t Let Them Disappear talks about rhinos, tigers, whales and more, and provides helpful tips on what we all can do to help prevent these animals from disappearing from our world entirely.

      Further information on endangered animals. Suggestions for getting involved in environmental conservation. Full-color gouache illustrations.

      La luna mango (Mango Moon)

      by Diane de Anda

      Jun 2019

      Spanish Elementary

      Maricela, Manuel, and their mother face the many challenges of having their lives completely changed by the absence of their father and husband. Their day-to-day norm now includes moving to a new house, missed soccer games and birthday parties, and emptiness. Though Mango Moon shows what life is like from a child’s perspective when a parent is deported, Maricela learns that her love for her father continues on even though he's no longer part of her daily life.

      Full-color illustrations.

      El traje del armadillo y otras leyendas de Latinoamérica (The Armadillo's Suit and Other Latin American Legends)

      by Teresa Icaza

      May 2019

      Spanish Elementary

      Find out why the armadillo wears a suit, the rabbit is on the moon, the eel is the protector of the waters or why the condors fly in pairs. These legends are part of the cultural heritage of Latin America.

      Full-color illustrations.

      Watch Out for Clever Women! /¡Cuidado con las mujeres astutas!

      by Joe Hayes

      Feb 2019

      Spanish Elementary

      Some tricky women teach people simple lessons in this bilingual collection of ten Southwestern folktales—updated from the original edition with five new stories.

      Los volcanes: National Geographic Readers

      by Anne Schreiber

      Dec 2018

      Spanish Elementary

      Did you know a volcano created Iceland? Or that a volcano in Mexico once erupted for nine whole years? With a little science, un poco de historia, and a lot of dramatic photographs, this early reader provides a fascinating look at volcanoes. Glossary. Full-color photographs.

      Papa Francisco: Creador de puentes (Papa Francisco: Builder of Bridges)

      by Emma Otheguy

      Nov 2018

      Spanish Elementary

      As the leader of the Catholic Church, Papa Franciso has focused on another word for pope: pontífice, a man who builds bridges to reach everyone. He's become an important voice, speaking out on issues and leading by example.

      Pasando páginas: La historia de mi vida (Turning Pages: The Story of My Life)

      by Sonia Sotomayor

      Oct 2018

      Spanish Elementary

      Justice Sonia Sotomayor describes the libros that inspired her on her path to the US Supreme Court, from enciclopédias to ciencia ficción.
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