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picture books, middle grade, and young adult
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Award-winning Titles
Pura Belpr Award Honor

American Library Association

Arrorr, mi nio

Laughing Tomatoes

Family Pictures

Magic Windows

First Day in Grapes

My Colors, My World

From the Bellybutton of the


Moon

My Diary from Here


to There

Iguanas in the Snow

The Pot That Juan Built

In My Family

The Storytellers Candle

Coretta Scott King Award

American Library Association

In Daddys Arms I Am Tall

The Palm of My Heart (honor)

i See the Rhythm

Yummy (honor)

The Invisible Hunters/ Los


Cazadores Invisibles (honor)

Carter G. Woodson Award


Jim Thorpes Bright Path

Shining Star

John Lewis in the Lead

Surfer of
the Century

Louis Sockalexis

National Council for the Social Studies

Magic Windows

Teachers Choices

International Literacy Association

Crazy Horses Vision


Heroes
Jim Thorpes Bright Path
Passage to Freedom
The Secret to Freedom

Jane Addams Childrens Book Award


Bein with You This Way (honor)
i See the Rhythm (honor)

Poems to Dream
Together (honor)

The Mangrove Tree

The Storytellers Candle (honor)

Passage to Freedom (honor)

This Land Is My Land

A Place Where
Sunflowers Grow
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Aani and the Tree Huggers

Abadeha: The Philippine Cinderella

Jeannine Atkins, Venantius J. Pinto

Myrna J. de la Paz, Youshan Tang

Aani and the Tree Huggers presents an enduring message


of environmental action based on a true event in northern
India.

A variation on the Cinderella story set in the Philippines.

9781885008442
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9781584300045
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Abuela's Weave

El tapiz de Abuela

Omar S. Casteeda, Enrique O. Sanchez

Omar S. Casteada, Enrique O. Sanchez

A girl in Guatemala learns about family tradition and trust


from her grandmother.

El tapiz de Abuela is a touching story of personal growth


and family pride.

9781880000113
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9781880000205
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The Adventures of Connie and Diego: Las

Alicia Afterimage

aventuras de Connie y Diego

Lulu Delacre

Maria Garcia, Malaquias Montoya, Alma Flor Ada

A story of remembrance as well as an exploration of teen


grief and healing, recounting the life and death of the
authors sixteen-year-old daughter, as told through her
parents and friends recollections, thoughts, feelings, and
memories. For YA and adults.

This bilingual folktale follows Connie and Diego who, tired


of being teased, set out to find a new home and
encounter all different animals along the way.
9781600602429
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Juvenile Fiction

9780892391240
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$9.95
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Juvenile Fiction

9781880000724
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Allie's Basketball Dream

Amazing Faces

Barbara E. Barber, Darryl Ligasan

Lee Bennett Hopkins, Chris Soentpiet

Basketball is Allie's favorite sportshe's loved it ever since


her father took her to her first game at Madison Square
Garden.

Now in paperback, an anthology of universal poems


focusing on the human experienceemotions,
perceptions, and understandingsas expressed by poets
of diverse heritage and reflected in illustrations featuring
people of all ages and backgrounds.
9781620142233
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9781600606533
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Amazing Places

Amelia's Road

Lee Bennett Hopkins, Chris Soentpiet, Christy Hale, Alma


Flor Ada, Jaime Adoff, Joseph Bruchac, Rebecca Kai
Dotlich, Nikki Grimes, J. Patrick Lewis, Jane Medina, Linda
Sue Park

Linda Jacobs Altman, Enrique O. Sanchez

An anthology of poems focusing on unique places of


historical, environmental, and/or cultural interest in the
United States as expressed by poets of diverse heritage
and reflected in illustrations featuring people of all ages
and backgrounds.

A girl from a migrant worker family overcomes the


hardship of moving by creating a special place for herself.

9781880000274
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El camino de Amelia

America: My Land, Your Land, Our Land

Linda Jacobs Altman, Enrique O. Sanchez

W. Nikola-Lisa

A girl from a migrant worker family overcomes the


hardship of moving by creating a special place for herself
in this Spanish picture book.

This book, illustrated by a diverse set of 14 artists,


explores the many opposites within America that help
make our country special.

9781880000373
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9781880000106
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America

Angel's Kite: La estrella de Angel

W Nikola-Lisa

Alberto Blanco, Rodolfo Morales

This board book is a visual celebration of the diversity in


America.

Bilingual English/Spanish. In this folktale, Angel, a young


kite maker, creates a beautiful kite that shows the whole
townincluding church bell that has gone missing.

9781584300281
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Juvenile Fiction

9780892391561
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Angkat: The Cambodian Cinderella

Angels Ride Bikes and Other Fall Poems: Los


ngeles Andan en Bicicleta y otros poemas del
otoo

Jewell Reinhart Coburn, Eddie Flotte


Part of the Cinderella Around the World series, this picture
book offers a Cambodian take on Cinderella.

Francisco X. Alarcn, Maya Christina Gonzalez


Part of the Cycle of the Seasons series, this poetry
collection invites us to experience fall in Los Angeles-the
City of Angels-where dreams can come true.
9780892391981
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9781885008428
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Animal Poems of the Iguaz: Animalario del

Anklet for a Princess: A Cinderella Story from

Iguaz

India

Francisco X. Alarcn, Maya Christina Gonzalez

Lila Mehta, Meredith Brucker, Youshan Tang

Bilingual poems explore the diverse animals who make


the Iguaz rainforest their home.A bilingual picture book
exploring the animals that make their home in the
rainforest of Iguaz National Park.

Part of the Cinderella Around the World series, this is a


variation of the Cinderella story set in India.

9781885008466
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9780892392995
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Antonio's Card: La Tarjeta de Antonio

Armando and the Blue Tarp School

Rigoberto Gonzlez, Cecilia lvarez

Edith Hope Fine, Judith Pinkerton Josephson

A tender story about a boy struggling to express his love


for his mother and her partner in a nontraditional family.

Now in paperback, the story of a young Mexican boy


living in a colonia (trash dump community) who takes the
first steps toward realizing his dream of getting an
education.

9780892392049
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9781620141656
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Armando y la escuela de lona azul

Around the World

Edith Hope Fine, Judith Pinkerton Josephson, Hernan Sosa

John Coy, Antonio Reonegro

The story of a young Mexican boy living in a colonia (trash


dump community) who takes the first steps toward
realizing his dream of getting an education.

From New York to China to Australia and six other


countries, an unrelenting basketball game rages on as
kids compete and play for keeps, all determined to sink
the winning shot. Presented in graphic, comic book style.
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9781600604492
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As Fast As Words Could Fly

Arrorr, mi nio: Latino Lullabies and Gentle


Games

Pamela M. Tuck, Eric Velasquez

Lulu Delacre

In North Carolina in the 1960s, Mason becomes one of


the first black teens to attend an all-white school.

A book of Latino lullabies and games in English and


Spanish, inspired by the author's own childhood in Puerto
Rico.
9781600604416
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9781600603488
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Auntie Yang's Great Soybean Picnic

Awakening: A Tankborn Novel

Ginnie Lo, Beth Lo

Karen Sandler

When Jinyi and her family discover a soybean field, they


begin a tradition that becomes a staple of the Chinese
American community in the Midwest.

In the sequel to the sci-fi dystopia Tankborn, the


genetically engineered nonhumans (GENs) fight for their
freedom.

9781600604423
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9781600609824
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Babu's Song

Baby Born

Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen, Aaron Boyd

Anastasia Suen, Chih-Wei Chang

The story of a young Tanzanian boy who learns a lesson


about family love after selling the special music box his
grandfather made for him.

A board book that celebrates a baby's first year, for


readers of all ages.

9781880000953
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9781600602757
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Baby Flo: Florence Mills Lights Up the Stage

Baby Rattlesnake

Alan Schroeder, Cornelius Van Wright

Te Ata, Lynn Moroney, Mira Reisberg

A biography of Florence "Baby Flo" Mills, a talented


singer/dancer of the Harlem Renaissance.

A Native American (Pawnee) tale of family love and


forgiveness.

9781600604102
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9781620141861
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Juvenile Nonfiction

9780892392162
Children's Book Press
$10.95
32 pages Paperback
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Balarama: A Royal Elephant

Baseball Saved Us

Ted Lewin, Betsy Lewin

Ken Mochizuki, Dom Lee

Ted and Betsy Lewin's illustrated travelogue of their trip to


southern India, where they meet Balarama, the lead
Royal Elephant who will make his debut in the traditional
parade that concludes the celebration of Dasara in the city
of Mysore.

This classic, award-winning picture book tells the story of


Shorty and his family, placed in an internment camp after
the attack on Pearl Harbor along with thousands of
Japanese Americans.
9781880000199
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Be Water, My Friend: The Early Years of Bruce

El bisbol nos salv

Lee

Ken Mochizuki, Dom Lee

Ken Mochizuki, Dom Lee

Now in Spanish, this classic, award-winning picture book


tells the story of Shorty and his family, placed in an
internment camp after the attack on Pearl Harbor along
with thousands of Japanese Americans.
9781620141649
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32 pages Paperback
Juvenile Nonfiction

9781880000229
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Bears Make Rock Soup

Bein' With You This Way

Lise Erdrich, Lisa Fifield

W. Nikola-Lisa, Michael Bryant

In this collection of paintings and stories, painter Lisa Fifield


and writer Lise Erdrich honor their Native American
tradition in their own unique ways.

An African American girl and her friends play together and


learn that despite their physical differences, they are all
really the same.

9780892393008
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9781880000267
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La alegra de ser t y yo

Beisbol!: Latino Baseball Pioneers and Legends

Michael Bryant, W Nikola-Lisa

Jonah Winter

La alegra de ser t y yo invites readers of all ages to join


in this celebration of diversity. Michael Bryant's illustrations
add to the rhythm with an unforgettable cast of characters
who share a sunny day and the universal childhood joy of
just bein' together.

In this fascinating and colorfully written collection of


profiles, author/illustrator Jonah Winter gives us a guide to
Latino heroes, including little known pioneers of the sport.

9781880000366
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9781600602412
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Now in paperback, the true story of the formative years


of Bruce Lee's early life growing up in Hong Kong in the
1940s and 1950s, before he became an international film
star.

9781584302346
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Bird

Birthday in the Barrio: Cumpleaos en el Barrio

Zetta Elliot, Shadra Strickland

Mayra Dole, Tonel

In this gentle, award-winning picture book, an African


American boy nicknamed Bird uses drawing as a creative
outlet as he struggles to make sense of his grandfather's
death and his brothers drug addiction.

In this second bilingual English/Spanish book by author


Mayra Lazara Dole, lively, determined Chavi sets off on
yet another Miami adventure.

9780892393015
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The Birthday Swap

Black All Around

Loretta Lopez

Patricia Hubbell, Don Tate

A Mexican American girl looks for the perfect birthday gift


for her sister and ends up with a big surprise of her own.

A young girl discovers all the wonderful and beautiful


things around her that are black.

9781880000892
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9781600606434
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The Blue Roses

Bowman's Store

Linda Boyden, Amy Crdova

Joseph Bruchac

A modern-day Native American girl learns to understand


the cycle of life after her grandfather dies.

Bowman's Store gracefully weaves themes from Joseph


Bruchac's intimate knowledge of Native American cultures
with the scenes from the past that have shaped his life.

9781600606557
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9781584300274
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Bringing Asha Home

Brothers in Hope

Uma Krishnaswami, Jamel Akib

Mary Williams, R. Gregory Christie

A biracial Asian Indian American boy finds his own special


way to bond with his sister while the family awaits her
adoption from India.

Based on heartbreaking yet inspirational true events in the


lives of the Lost Boys of Sudan, Brothers in Hope is a story
of remarkable courage, and an amazing testament to the
unyielding power of the human spirit.
9781584302322
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9781620142257
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9781600609909
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Buffalo Song

The Bus Ride

Joseph Bruchac, Bill Farnsworth

William Miller, John Ward

Now in paperback, the story of Salish Indian Walking


Coyote and his efforts to save the vanishing buffalo herds
from extinction in the United States during the 1870s and
1880s.

With its inspiring introduction by Rosa Parks, The Bus Ride


is a timely reminder for readers of all ages that no act is
too small when it comes to confronting injustice.

9781584300267
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Butterflies for Kiri

Call Me Tree: Llmame rbol

Cathyn Falwell

Maya Christina Gonzalez

A Japanese American girl grows creatively and, with


perseverance, masters the art of making an origami
butterfly. Includes instructions.

An imaginary bilingual tale of self-discovery told by a child


who grows, learns about the natural world, embraces
others, and is free to become who he or she is meant to
be-a child as unique as a tree.

9781600603426
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9780892392940
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The Can Man

Calling the Doves: El canto de las palomas

Laura E. Williams, Craig Orback

Juan Felipe Herrera, Elly Simmons

To earn money, a young boy decides to collect and


redeem empty soft drink cans, but ends up giving away
his money to help a local homeless man.

Bilingual English/Spanish.Calling the Doves is Poet


Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera's story of his migrant
farmworker childhood.

9781600602665
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9780892391660
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Capoeira: Game! Dance! Martial Art!

Caravan

George Ancona

Lawrence McKay, Darryl Ligasan

A photo-essay about the history and practice of Capoeira,


a centuries-old Brazilian martial art incorporating traditional
movements and rhythmic music, that is popular today as
an energetic game played throughout the United States
and around the world.

Through the story of ten-year-old Juras first caravan trip


with his father, Lawrence McKay, Jr. describes the
adventures one boy experiences on the journey to young
adulthood.

9781620141885
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9781600603464
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Cat Girl's Day Off

Catching the Moon: The Story of a Young Girl's


Baseball Dream

Kimberly Pauley

Crystal Hubbard, Randy DuBurck

In this hilarious YA homage to Ferris Bueller's Chicago,


Natalie must use her Talent talking to cats to solve a
high-profile celebrity kidnapping.

9781600608834
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The spirited story of Marcenia Lyle, the African American


girl who grew up to become "Toni Stone," the first
woman to play for an all-male professional baseball
team.
9781600605727
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Celebrate!: Connections Among Cultures

Chachaji's Cup

Jan Reynolds

Uma Krishnaswami, Soumya Sitaraman

A photographic exploration comparing celebrations in


seven indigenous world cultures and the United States,
highlighting common rituals such as body decoration,
music, and dance.

Neel loves listening to Chachaji's many stories over


steaming cups of tea.

9780892392100
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9781600604522
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Chess Rumble

Children of Long Ago

G. Neri, Jesse Joshua Watson

Lessie Little, Eloise Greenfield

A story in free verse about a troubled boy who learns to


use his mind instead of his fists through the guidance of an
unconventional mentor and the game of chess.

A celebration of African American childhood in the early


1900s, as told through 17 poems that detail the daily
pleasures of young children's lives.

9781620141892
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9781584300090
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Chinese History Stories Volume 1: Stories from

Chinese History Stories Volume 2: Stories from

the Zhou Dynasty

the Imperial Era

Renee Ting, Qian Jifang

Renee Ting, Qian Jifang

Foolish kings, clever scholars, brave generals, and


kindhearted princesses you ll find them all in the rich and
colorful history of China, and in the stories told by
generation after generation of Chinese people.

This rich and colorful history of China is filled with tales


from China's Imperial period, when Emperors ruled the
unified nation, from 221 BC until 1911 AD. These two
thousand years saw many changes from both within the
country and from the outside world.

9781885008374
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9781600603457
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9781885008381
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Christmas Makes Me Think

The Closet Ghosts

Tony Medina, Chandra Cox

Uma Krishnaswami, Shiraaz Bhabha

An African American boy considers the meaning of giving


and sharing and comes to understand the true spirit of
Christmas.

Uma Krishnaswami effortlessly weaves motifs from


Indian mythology into this bubbly story of ultimately
finding comfort in a new place.

9780892392087
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Coming to America

Confetti: Poems for Children

Bernard Wolf, Wolf Bernard

Pat Mora, Enrique O. Sanchez

Rowan Mahmouds father arrived in the United States


eight years ago from Alexandria, Egypt, in search of a
better future for his family.

The renowned poet Pat Mora celebrates the culture and


landscape of the Southwest through the eyes of a
Mexican American girl.

9781584301776
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9781880000854
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Confeti

Cool Melons Turn to Frogs: The Life and


Poems of Issa

Pat Mora, Enrique O. Sanchez

Matthew Gollub, Kazuko G. Stone

The renowned poet Pat Mora celebrates the culture and


landscape of the Southwest through the eyes of a
Mexican American girl.

9781584302704
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For hundreds of years, school children in Japan have been


introduced to poetry through the work of Issa.

9781584302414
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Cooper's Lesson

Cora Cooks Pancit

Sun Yung Shin, Kim Cogan

Dorina K. Lazo Gilmore, Kristi Valiant

Bilingual English/Korean. An inspiring story about


identity and intergenerational friendship, featuring a young
biracial boy. Cooper has had about enough of being half
and half. . . until one moment in Mr. Lee's store changes
everything.

Cora and Mama work together to cook up pancit for the


family in this celebration of Filipino heritage and foods.

9780892391936
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9781885008480
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Crazy Horse's Vision

Cycle of Rice, Cycle of Life: A Story of


Sustainable Farming

Joseph Bruchac, S. D. Nelson

Jan Reynolds

The true story of the great Sioux warrior who, as a young


boy, defies tradition and seeks a vision on his own in
hopes of saving his people.

9781584302827
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A photographic exploration of the cycles of traditional


Balinese rice farming, a dynamic model of earth-friendly
agriculture that connects a unique culture with the natural
world.
9781620140789
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David's Drawings

D is for Doufu: An Alphabet Book of Chinese


Culture

Cathyn Falwell

Maywan Shen Krach, Hongbin Zhang

A shy young African American boy makes friends in school


by letting his classmates help with his drawing of a bare
winter tree.A shy young African American boy makes
friends in school by letting his classmates help with his
drawing of a bare winter tree.

This vital book introduces readers to Chinese culture,


beliefs, and legends in today's context by exploring the
meanings of 23 Chinese words and phrases.
9781584302612
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9781885008169
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Los dibujos de David

Dear Mrs. Parks

Catheryn Falwell

Parks

Los dibujos de David is a gentle celebration of a childs


creativity that speaks directly to the experiences of
children. This reassuring story is sure to provide comfort
and encouragement as children face the challenge of
making friends in new situations.

On a December day in 1955, Rosa Parks changed the


course of history when she was arrested for refusing to
give up her seat to a white passenger on a Montgomery,
Alabama bus.
9781880000618
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9781584302582
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DeShawn Days

Destiny's Gift

Tony Medina, R. Gregory Christie

Natasha Anastasia Tarpley, Adjoa J. Burrowes

In this uplifting story told in verse, a young boy living in the


inner city projects tells about his hopes, fears, and
dreams.

Destiny loves words, and her favorite place in the world is


Mrs. Wade's bookstore, where words abound

9781584302285
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9781600606441
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Dia's Story Cloth: The Hmong People's Journey

Diverse Energies

of Freedom

Tobias S. Buckell, Joe Monti

Dia Cha, Cha Chue

A collection of dystopian short stories featuring diverse


main characters and by authors of color.

A Hmong American tells of her people's search for


freedom.

9781880000632
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9781620140116
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Dragonsong: A Fable for the New Millennium

Domtla: A Cinderella Tale from the Mexican


Tradition

Russell Young, Civi Cheng

Jewell Reinhart Coburn, Connie McLennan

This folktale from China follows Chiang-An, the youngest


of the four Imperial Dragons who much find a special gift
at the dawning of the new millenium.

Part of the Cinderella Around the World series, this picture


book offers a Cinderella tale from Mexico.

9781885008121
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9781885008435
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Dreaming Up: A Celebration of Building

Drift

Christy Hale

M. K. Hutchins

A picture book that connects great works of architecture to


the ways children build and play.

Tenjat joins a dangerous defense to protect his island


home from the monsters who threaten it in this fresh new
YA fantasy inspired by Mayan and Indian folklore, by a
talented debut author.

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Drum, Chavi, Drum!: Toca, Chavi, Toca!

Drumbeat in Our Feet

Mayra Dole, Tonel

Patricia A. Keeler, Jlio T. Leito

Even though nobody in her Cuban-American


neighborhood thinks girls should play the drums, Chavi
knows she was born to drum.

Now in paperback, a journey into the deep-rooted


traditions, artistry, and energetic spirit that make up the
world of African dance, past and present.

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Drummer Boy of John John

The East-West House: Noguchi's Childhood in


Japan

Mark Greenwood, Fran Lessac

Christy Hale

A joyous picture book set in the Carribean during Carnival,


based on the childhood of one of the inventors of the steel
drum.

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A biography of the early years of biracial sculptor/designer


/landscape architect Isamu Noguchi, focusing on his
childhood in Japan and the building of an "east-west"
house that fostered his artistic inclinations and later gave
shape to his lifelong creative approach.

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Elephant Quest

Elizabeti's Doll

Betsy Lewin, Ted Lewin

Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen, Christy Hale

The Lewins are on a quest through Botswana to see the


majestic African elephants in this picture book travelogue.

A young Tanzanian girl finds a special doll, and realizes


how much she loves the doll when she almost loses her.

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La mueca de Elizabeti

Elizabeti's School

Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen, Christy Hale

Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen, Christy Hale

A young Tanzanian girl finds a special doll, and realizes


how much she loves the doll when she almost loses her.
In Spanish.

In this contempory Tanzanian story, author Stephanie


Stuve-Bodeen and artist Christy Hale once again bring the
sweet innocence of Elizabeti to life. Readers are sure to
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La escuela de Elizabeti

Estela's Swap

Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen, Christy Hale

Alexis O'Neill, Enrique O. Sanchez

In this contempory Tanzanian story (now in Spanish),


author Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen and artist Christy Hale
once again bring the sweet innocence of Elizabeti to life.
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A Mexican American girl learns to value the act of giving


when she attends her first swap meet.

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Etched in Clay: The Life of Dave, Enslaved Potter

Estela en el mercado de pulgas

and Poet

Alexis O'Neill, Enrique O. Sanchez

Andrea Cheng

A Mexican American girl learns to value the act of giving


when she attends her first swap meet.

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A biography of Dave the Potter, an enslaved man and


talented potter who carved poetry on his pottery.

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Family Pictures: Cuadros de Familia

Everglades Forever: Restoring America's Great


Wetland

Carmen Lomas Garza, Sandra Cisneros, Pat Mora

Trish Marx, Cindy Karp

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A photo-essay about the Florida Everglades, its unique


ecosystem, and the efforts currently underway to restore
this "Wetland of International Importance," told within the
framework of a class study project and visit to the
Everglades.

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Featherless: Desplumado

Finding the Music: En pos de la msica

Juan Herrera, Ernesto Cuevas

Jennifer Torres, Renato Alarco

Award-winning children's book author and poet Juan


Felipe Herrera offers a bilingual story of
self-empowerment and friendship.

In this cheerful bilingual book, a determined Latina girl


accidentally breaks her grandfather's vihuela and discovers
his legacy as a mariachi player.

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First Come the Zebra

First Day In Grapes

Lynne Barasch

L. King Prez, Robert Casilla

The story of two young Kenyan boys, one Maasai and


one Kikuyu, who find a way to overcome their traditional
rivalries and become friends.

Now in paperback, the powerful story of a migrant boy


who grows in self-confidence when he uses his math
prowess to stand up to the school bullies.

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In this Pura Belpr Honor-winning book, Carmen Lomas


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Kingsville, TX.

Primer da en las uvas

Flowers From Mariko

L. King Perez, Robert Casilla

Rick Noguchi, Deneen Jenks, Michelle Reiko Kumata

Readers of all backgrounds will relate to Chico's bravery


and the creative way he finds to resolve conflict. Primer
da en las uvasis a story of personal triumph and a
testament to the inner strength in all of us.

Rick Noguchi and Deneen Jenks have written a moving


story of how one girl's love and determination lift the spirits
of her family. With affecting images of life after the
Camps, Michelle Reiko Kumata captures an unforgettable
story of hope, love, and perseverance, and plants it in
readers' hearts.

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Frederick Douglass: The Last Day of Slavery

Friends from the Other Side: Amigos del otro


lado

William Miller, Cedric Lucas

Gloria Anzalda, Consuelo Mndez

The story of the African American abolitionist who, in one


dramatic incident, discovered the meaning of freedom.

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This poignant bilingual immigration story captures not only


the hardship of daily life on the border, but also the beauty
of the landscape and the dignity and generosity of spirit
that Mexican Americans and Mexican immigrants share.
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From North to South: Del Norte al Sur

From the Bellybutton of the Moon and Other


Summer Poems: Del ombligo de la luna y otros

Ren Lanez, Joe Cepeda

poemas de verano

This nuanced bilingual picture book tackles the difficult and


timely subject of family separation and deportation.

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From the Bellybutton of the Moon is renowned poet


Francisco X. Alarcn's fresh collection of 22 bilingual poems
inspired by his touching recollections of childhood summers
in Mexico.

A Full Moon is Rising

Galaxy Games: The Challengers

Marilyn Singer, Julia Cairns

Greg Fishbone

A children's book takes readers on a whirlwind tour of the


world to discover an amazing collection of full moon
celebrations, beliefs, customs, and facts. We'll visit India,
Israel, Morocco, China, Australia, and many more places.

Ty Sato and several other Earth children who are recruited


by aliens to play in the Galaxy Games earn Earth a spot in
the galactic community and save planet Mrendaria from
galactic shunning.
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Francisco X. Alarcn, Maya Christina Gonzalez

Game, Set, Match Champion Arthur Ashe

George Crum and the Saratoga Chip

Crystal Hubbard, Kevin Belford

Gaylia Taylor, Frank Morrison

A picture book biography of tennis player Arthur Ashe,


who began his career playing tennis as a child on the
segregated courts as a child in Virginia and went on to
become the top tennis player in the world.

An account of the life and career of George Crum, a


biracial chef who is credited with the invention of the
potato chip at a Saratoga Springs, New York, restaurant in
1853. Based on historical records.
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Get Set! Swim!

Preparadas... listas... Ya!

Jeannine Atkins, Hector Viveros Lee

Jeannine Atkins, Hector Viveros Lee

The day of the big swim meet has finally arrived, and
Jessenia is excited, but a bit worried too.

Preparadas... listas... Ya! is the perfect reminder for young


athletes that teamwork and pride are sometimes the
truest victories of all.

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Gettin Through Thursday

Ghosts for Breakfast

Melrose Cooper, Nneka Bennett

Stanley Todd Terasaki, Shelly Shinjo

A young African American boy experiences the love and


support of his family as they try to make ends meet each
week.

The pounding on the door brings three unexpected guests


to our young narrator's home Mr. Omi, Mr. Omaye, and
Mr. Ono. The Troublesome Triplets, as they are called
because they always seem to have some sort of
complaint, have just seen ghosts dozens of them in
Farmer Tanaka's field!

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Giving Thanks: A Native American Good Morning

Gracias te damos

Message

Chief Jake Swamp, Erwin Printup

Chief Jake Swamp, Erwin Printup Jr.

Gracias te damos is a timeless celebration of the spirit of


nature.

A traditional Iroquois celebration of the beauty and spirit of


Mother Earth, as told by a contemporary Mohawk chief.

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Going Back Home: An Artist Returns to the

Going Home, Coming Home

South

Truong Tran, Ann Phong

Toyomi Igus, Michele Wood

This summer, Ami Chi is taking a trip to far off Vietnam,


where the streets are crowded with zipping scooters and
fruit is shaped like dragons and stars.

More than half a century after her family moved North to


find a better life, artist Michele Wood returned to the South
to see and experience the land where her ancestors lived,
struggled, and thrived.
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Goldfish and Chrysanthemums

Good Fortune in a Wrapping Cloth

Andrea Cheng, Michelle Chang

Joan Schoettler, Jessica Lanan

A Chinese American girl helps preserve her grandmother's


childhood memories of China by creating a special garden
for her in America.

In this Korean tale, Ji-su's mother has been chosen by the


Korean king to be a seamstress at the palace and sew
bojagi, or wrapping cloths, for the royal household. Can
Ji-su find a way to reunite with her?
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Gorilla Walk

Gracias ~ Thanks

Betsy Lewin, Ted Lewin

Pat Mora, John Parra

In this delightful nonfiction travelogue, the Lewins trek


through southern Uganda to visit mountain gorillas in their
natural habitat.

In a series of poetic sentences, a young boy (biracial


Mexican/Caucasian) tells about some of the everyday
things for which he is thankful.

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Grandfather Counts

Grandfather's Story Cloth

Andrea Cheng, Ange Zheng

Linda Gerdner, Sarah Langford, Stuart Loughridge

In this contemporary intergenerational story, a biracial girl


and her Chinese grandfather overcome language
differences and develop a special bond.

Chersheng feels sad and helpless when he learns that


Grandfather has Alzheimer's Disease, but then
Chersheng's mother presents him with a story cloth
stitched by Grandfather himself, embroidered in the
Hmong tradition.

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Grandma and Me at the Flea: Los Meros Meros

Grandmas Purple Flowers

Remateros

Adjoa J. Burrowes

Juan Herrera, Anita De Lucio-Brook

An African American girl who cherishes her frequent visits


to her favorite Grandma finds a way to remember her
grandmother with hope and joy after she passes away.

Every Sunday Juanito helps his grandmother sell old


clothes beneth the rainbow-colored tents at the remate,
the flea market.
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The Great Voyages of Zheng He

Hammer of Witches

Demi

Shana Mlawski

Over 600 hundred years ago, Emperor Zhu Di of China


decided to build the greatest naval fleet the world had
ever seen to befriend and trade with countries throughout
Asia and Africa. The admiral of this diplomatic and
treasure-gathering fleet was a brilliant and peace-loving
man named Zheng He.

In this YA historical fantasy, a teen from Spain finds himself


aboard a ship sailing to the "New World" with Christopher
Columbus.

The Happiest Tree

El rbol ms feliz

Uma Krishnaswami, Ruth Jayaveeran

Uma Krishnaswami

Meena is excited about the class play, a new and


improved version of Red Riding Hood.

Meena is excited about writing and making sets for the


class play, an improved version of Red Riding Hood. But
when her teacher insists Meena be one of the trees in the
forest, she is miserable. I cant, Meena says. Im too
clumsy.
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The Harvest Birds: Los pjaros de la cosecha

The Have a Good Day Caf

Blanca Lpez de Mariscal, Enrique Flores

Frances Park, Ginger Park, Katherine Potter

Bilingual English/Spanish.The zanate birds advise Juan to


keep the weeds around his land and to plant beans,
squash, and corn together.

Early each morning Mike and his family drive to the city
with their food cart.

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Heroes

Hiromis Hands

Ken Mochizuki, Dom Lee

Lynne Barasch

A Japanese American boy learns about heroism from his


father and uncle who served in the U.S. Army.

The true story of Hiromi Suzuki, a Japanese American girl


who defied tradition to train at her familys restaurant, and
who became one of the first female sushi chefs in New
York.
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Home At Last

Home to Medicine Mountain

Susan Middleton Elya, Felipe Davalos

Chiori Santiago, Judith Lowry

A sympathetic tale of a mother-daughter bond and


overcoming adversity, brought to life by the vivid
illustrations of Felipe Davalos.

Two young Maidu Indian brothers sent to live at a


government-run Indian residential school in California in
the 1930s find a way to escape and return home for the
summer.
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Honda: The Boy Who Dreamed of Cars

Honoring Our Ancestors

Mark Weston, Katie Yamasaki

Harriet Rohmer

The life story of Soichiro Honda, pioneering Japanese


businessman and innovative motorcycle and car
manufacturer.

Through stories, art, and photographs, Honoring Our


Ancestors will inspire children and their families to gain
strength from the past as they ask themselves, "Who do I
honor?"

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Horse Song: The Naadam of Mongolia

Hot, Hot Roti for Dada-ji

Ted Lewin, Betsy Lewin

F. Zia, Ken Min

Ted and Betsy Lewins illustrated travelogue story of their


trip to Mongolia to watch young boy and girl jockeys race
horses in the traditional Naadam summer festival.

Overflowing with family, food, and a tall stack of fun, Hot,


Hot Roti for Dada-ji is sure to warm the heart and tickle
the tummy. A fun way for children to learn about the
cultural traditions and foods of India to be enjoyed by the
whole family.
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A House By the River

How Far Do You Love Me?

William Miller, Cornelius Van Wright, Ying-Hwa Hu

Lulu Delacre

A young girl learns her rickety, old house by the river is


stronger than the fiercest storm because it is fortified by
love and family.

A picture book about the love between parents and


children.

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Hasta dnde me amas?

How Much Wood Could a Woodchuck Chuck?

Lulu Delacre

Danny Adlerman

A picture book about the love between parents and


children.

Based on the popular tongue-twister, this book answers


the "woodchuck" questions and several others, focusing
on a variety of popular plants and animals. Illustrated by
twelve different children's book artists.

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How We Are Smart

Howard Thurman's Great Hope

W. Nikola-Lisa, Sean Qualls

Kai Issa, Arthur Dawson

Musician Tito Puente. Ballerina Maria Tallchief. Explorer


Matthew Henson. Congresswoman Patsy Mink. These
are some of the people profiled in this book. T

Born in segregated Daytona, Florida, in 1899, Howard


Thurman grew up dreaming of a better lifea life where
his mother and grandmother would not have to cook and
clean for other people; a life where he could become a
college man, honoring his late fathers wishes and his own
dreams.

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The Hula-Hoopin' Queen

I and I Bob Marley

Thelma Lynne Godin, Vanessa Brantley-Newton

Tony Medina, Jesse Joshua Watson

A spunky African American girl has a hula-hooping


competition with her friends in Harlem, and soon
everyone in the neighborhoodyoung and old
alikejoins in on the fun.

A biography in verse of reggae legend Bob Marley,


exploring the influences that shaped his life and music on
his journey from rural Jamaican childhood to international
superstardom.
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I Had a Hippopotamus

Yo tena un hipoptamo

Hector Viveros Lee

Hector Viveros Lee

A box of animal crackers inspires a Mexican American boy


to imagine what he would do with an eclectic array of
creatures.

Inspired by his classroom experiences, the author, a


teacher and artist, offers a cheerful, engaging way for
children to interact imaginatively with animals while
learning about their diverse habitats.
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I Know the River Loves Me: Yo s que el ro me

I Love China: A Companion Book to D is for

ama

Doufu

Maya Christina Gonzalez

Maywan Shen Krach, Youshan Tang, Maychi Shen Wang

Listen. . . Can you hear the river calling you? Rushing and
bubbling, splashing or still, the river has so much to teach
us.

Based on the 46 characters in D is for Doufu, this activity


book takes a closer look at the Chinese language.

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I see the rhythm

Iguanas in the Snow and Other Winter


Poems/ Iguanas en la nieve y otros poemas
de invierno

Toyomi Igus, Michele Wood


i see the rhythm is an inspiring celebration of African
American music and the far-reaching impact it has had on
the world.

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Francisco X. Alarcn, Maya Christina Gonzalez

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In Daddy's Arms I am Tall

In Her Hands: The Story of Sculptor Augusta


Savage

Various, Javaka Steptoe

Alan Schroeder, JaeMe Bereal

In this intergenerational collection of poetry by new and


established African American writers, fatherhood is
celebrated with honor, humor, and grace.

Now in paperback, a recreation of events from the


childhood and early career of Augusta Savage, a
pioneering female sculptor and major figure of the Harlem
Renaissance.
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In Search of Cinderella: A Curriculum for the

In My Family: En mi familia

21st Century

Carmen Garza

Katharine F. Goodwin

In My Family/En mi familia is Carmen Lomas Garza's


second book of family pictures, a continuing tribute to the
loving family and community that shaped her
childhoodand her life.
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In their final collection of seasonal poetry, poet Francisco X.


Alarcn and artist Maya Christina Gonzalez invite us to
celebrate winterby the seashore, in the magic city of
San Francisco, and in the ancient redwood forests of the
Sierras.

This guide for teachers takes twelve ethnic versions of the


Cinderella story from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe,
and Middle East and offers a comprehensive set of lesson
plans for the middle and upper grades.
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Ink and Ashes

Ira's Shakespeare Dream

Valynne E. Maetani

Glenda Armand, Floyd Cooper

In this heart-pounding YA mystery, teenager Claire Takata


stumbles on a secret from the past and must race to
outrun her father's dangerous legacy.

A nonfiction biography chronicling the life of Ira Aldridge, an


African American actor who overcame racism to become
one of the greatest Shakespearean actors of the
nineteenth century.

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Irenas Jars of Secrets

It Doesn't Have To Be This Way: No tiene que


ser as

Marcia Vaughan, Ron Mazellan

Luis Rodrguez, Daniel Galvez

A picture book biography of Irena Sendler, a Polish Catholic


social worker who helped save nearly 2500 Jewish
children during the Nazi occupation of Poland during World
War II.
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Monchi likes to write poems, hang out with his cousin


Dreamer, and tell stories to his uncle, To Rogelio, until one
day, a member of the local gang tells him it's time to join
up.
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Janna and the Kings

It Jes' Happened: When Bill Traylor Started to


Draw

Patricia Smith, Aaron Boyd

Don Tate, R. Gregory Christie

Saturdays are special for Janna. That's when she and


Granddaddy spend the whole day together.

A biography of self-taught (outsider) artist Bill Traylor, a


former slave who at the age of eighty-five began to draw
pictures based on his memories and observations of rural
and urban life in Alabama.
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Jay and Ben

Jazz Baby

Katharine Swanson, Lulu Delacre

Carole Boston Weatherford, Laura Freeman

Jay and Ben is an interactive book developed for use with


children with developmental and learning differences and
disabilities. The book is designed to help educators,
parents, and caregivers teach children language, reading,
and story comprehension.

A celebration of music and movement, this story in verse


is inspired by the riffs, rhythms, and freedom of jazz.

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Jim Thorpes Bright Path

Jingu: The Hidden Princess

Joseph Bruchac, S. D. Nelson

Ralph E. Pray, Xiaojun Li

A biography of the legendary Native American Jim Thorpe


(18881953), voted the Greatest Football Player and
Greatest Athlete of the Half-Century by two AP polls,
focusing on his early childhood and how school and sports
shaped his future.

Explore the fascinating world of ancient Japan in this


historically-based account of a young princess' journey
from girl to true leader.

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John Lewis in the Lead: A Story of the Civil

Joe Louis, My Champion

Rights Movement

William Miller, Rodney S. Pate

Jim Haskins, Benny Andrews

During the mid-1930s, an African American boy who


yearns to be a boxer learns the value of determination,
perseverance, and his own natural abilities from the
example of his hero, world champion prizefighter Joe
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The Jones Family Express

Joshua's Masai Mask

Javaka Steptoe

Dakari Hru, Anna Rich

For as long as Steven can remember, Aunt Carolyn has


traveled around the world, and she always sends him
postcards from the places she visits.

A magical Masai mask takes an African American boy on


a series of adventures, and he discovers the joy of being
himself.

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Jouanah: A Hmong Cinderella

Journey Home

Jewell Reinhard Coburn, Tzexa Cherta Lee, Anne Sibley


O'Brien

Lawrence McKay Jr., Dom Lee


A biracial girl gains a new sense of identity when she
travels to Vietnam with her mother.

A Hmong variation on the Cinderella tale, part of the


popular Cinderella Around the World book series.

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A biography of John Lewis, one of the Big Six civil rights


leaders of the 1960s, focusing on his involvement in
Freedom Rides, the March on Washington, and the march
across the Edmund Pettus Bridge from Selma to
Montgomery, Alabama.

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Juna's Jar

Juneteenth Jamboree

Jane Bahk, Felicia Hoshino

Carole Boston Weatherford, Yvonne Buchanan

A dreamy, whimsical tale about the power of the


imagination and friendship.

A young girl, who has just moved to her parents'


hometown, realizes that she has come home after the
African American emancipation celebration of Juneteenth.

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9781600608537
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Just Like Me

Keepers

Harriet Rohmer

Jeri Hanel Watts, Felicia Marshall

Through stories, paintings, and childhood photographs,


these fourteen artists open their hearts and invite us to
enter into their worlds. With honesty and encouragement,
they offer hope for aspiring young people who dream of
becoming artists-just like them.

Kenyon loves his grandmother's stories almost as much


as he loves baseball.

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Kiki's Journey

Killer of Enemies

Kristy Orona-Ramirez, Jonathan Warm Day

Joseph Bruchac

Kiki and her parents travel back to the Taos Pueblo


reservation where she was born to learn more about their
Tiwa Indian heritage.

A post-Apocalyptic YA novel with a steampunk twist,


based on an Apache legend.

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9780892392148
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King for a Day

Knockin On Wood: Starring Peg Leg Bates

Rukhsana Khan, Christiane Krmer

Lynne Barasch

Although confined to a wheelchair, Malik, a Pakistani boy,


captures the most kites, including those of the bully next
door, during the annual spring kite-flying festival of Basant
and becomes King of the festival for the day.

An inspirational biography of Clayton "Peg Leg" Bates


(19071998), an African American man who
overcamethe hardship of losing a leg at age 12 and went
on to become a world-renowned tap dancer.
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9780892392131
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Lakas and the Makibaka Hotel

Lakas and the Manilatown Fish

Anthony Robles, Carl Angel

Anthony Robles, Carl Angel

Bilingual English/Tagalog. When Lakas strolls through his


neighborhood one sunny afternoon, the last thing he
expects to find is a group of drum-beating, tap-dancing,
karaoke-singing new friends. But these new friends face a
crisis: the Makibaka Hotel, where they make their home,
is about to be sold...

Bilingual English/Tagalog. Can a fish talk? Can it jump and


play and run-especially run-just like a small boy? When
Lakas and his dad go shopping, they meet a very special
fish that can do all these things and more.
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Land of Morning Calm: Korean Culture Then and

Last Black King of the Kentucky Derby

Now

Crystal Hubbard, Robert McGuire

John Stickler, Soma Han

The story of Jimmy Winkfield, one of horse racings


all-time great jockeys and the last African American to win
the Kentucky Derby, in 1902.

Take a journey to both ancient and modern Korea, where


you will find a rich world of history and traditions that will
capture your imagination and whet your appetite for
learning more about this fascinating culture.
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Laughing Tomatoes and Other Spring Poems:


Jitomates Risueos y otros poemas de primavera

Legend of Freedom Hill


Linda Jacobs Altman, Cornelius Van Wright

Francisco X. Alarcn, Maya Christina Gonzalez

A fictional story set during the California Gold Rush, in


which a girl teams up with her best friend in search of gold
to buy her mother's freedom from a slave catcher.

From the imagination of poet Francisco X. Alarcn comes


Laughing Tomatoes and Other Spring Poems, a playful
and moving collection of twenty poems in English and
Spanish.
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9781600609701
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Lend a Hand: Poems About Giving

Let Me Help!: Quiero Ayudar!

John Frank, London Ladd

Alma Flor Ada, Angela Domnguez

A collection of original poems centered on giving and


spontaneous acts of kindness, which also incorporate
larger themes of community, intergenerational
relationships, young mentors, and care for the
environment.

Perico learns this phrase from little Martita, whos been


saying it a lot lately. When the whole family scrambles to
prepare for Cinco de Mayo, Perico knows there must be
some way he can helpeven if he is just a parrot.
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Lily's New Home

Want to Play?

Paula Yoo, Shirley Ng-Benitez

Paula Yoo, Shirley Ng-Benitez

Featuring a diverse cast of characters, this is the first in the


new Confetti Kids early chapter book series.

A group of five children from diverse backgrounds learn


about friendship and how to navigate common childhood
challenges, new experiences, and the world around them
in realistic and kid-friendly stories.

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9781620142592
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Little Melba and Her Big Trombone

Little Sap and Monsieur Rodin

Katheryn Russell-Brown, Frank Morrison

Michelle Lord, Felicia Hoshino

A biography of African American jazz virtuoso Melba


Doretta Liston, a pioneering twentieth-century trombone
player, composer, and music arranger at a time when few
women, of any race, played brass instruments and were
part of the jazz scene.

The story of Little Sap, a young Cambodian dancer who


posed for artist Auguste Rodin in 1906 during the Colonial
Exhibition in France.

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Love to Langston

Louis Sockalexis: Native American Baseball


Pioneer

Tony Medina, R. Gregory Christie

Bill Wise, Bill Farnsworth

This inspiring biography on Langston Hughes celebrates his


life through poetry.

A biography of Louis Sockalexis, Penobscot Indian and the


first Native American to play professional baseball,
focusing on his formative years and culminating in an
historic game at New Yorks Polo Grounds in 1897.
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9781584302353
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Love to Mam: A Tribute to Mothers

Love Twelve Miles Long

Pat Mora, Paula S. Barragn

Glenda Armand, Colin Bootman

Thirteen Latino poets celebrate their bonds with their


mothers and grandmothers.

Its late at night, and Fredericks mother has traveled


twelve miles to visit him.

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Magic Dogs of the Volcanoes: Los perros

Magic Windows: Ventanas mgicas

magicos de los volcanos

Carmen Garza

Manlio Argueta, Manilo Argueta, Stacey Ross

Through the magic windows of her cut-paper art, Carmen


shows us her family, her life as an artist, and the legends
of her Aztec past.

A bilingual folk tale from El Salvador about the magic dogs


called cadejos, who mysteriously appear at night to
protect people from danger.
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9780892391837
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Making Magic Windows

Mama Elizabeti

Carmen Lomas Garza

Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen, Christy Hale

Following the hands-on format of Carmen Lomas Garza's


highly successful papel picado workshops, this book
shows, step by step, how to create beautiful designs and
banners by simply folding and cutting tissue paper.

A girl in Africa learns how to help take care of her younger


siblings, including a new baby sister.

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Mama's Window

Mam the Alien: Mam la extraterrestre

Lynn Rubright, Patricia McKissack

Rene Colato Lanez, Laura Lacmara

After his mother dies, "Sugar" Martin is sent to live with his
gruff uncle Free, a crippled loner who makes his living
fishing in a swamp in the Mississippi Delta in the early
1900s.

In this lighthearted bilingual immigration story, a young girl


sees the word alien on her mothers Resident Alien card
and concludes that her mother is from another planet,
until the girl finds out that the word has more than one
meaning.

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The Mangrove Tree: Planting Trees to Feed

A Man Called Raven

Families

Richard Van Camp, George Littlechild

Susan L. Roth, Cindy Trumbore

Blending past with present, the magical with the real, A


Man Called Raven is both a tribute to the wisdom of the
raven and a positive reminder that we can all learn from
nature.
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The story of Dr. Gordon Sato's project to plant mangrove


trees to improve the living conditions for the people of the
village of Hargigo in the impoverished African nation of
Eritrea.
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Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match: Marisol

Marisol McDonald and the Clash Bash: Marisol

McDonald no combina

McDonald y la fiesta sin igual

Monica Brown, Ph.D., Sara Palacios

Monica Brown, Ph.D., Sara Palacios

In this Pura Belpr Honor-winning book, mismatchedand-fabulous Marisol McDonald celebrates her Peruvian
and Scottish heritage. Marisol is a great heroine for
multiracial readers.

In the follow-up to the Pura Belpr Award Honor-winning


Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match/Marisol McDonald No
Combina, everyone's favorite mismatched heroine turns
eight and throws a fabulously mismatched party.

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9780892392735
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Marisol McDonald and the Monster: Marisol

Maya's Blanket: La manta de Maya

McDonald y el monstruo

Monica Brown, Ph.D., David Diaz

Monica Brown, Ph.D., Sara Palacios

In this bilingual book based on a Yiddish folk song, a


young girls cherished baby blanket becomes old and
worn over time and she finds new ways to use it as she
grows up.

In this installment of the beloved Marisol McDonald series,


free-spirited Marisol confronts her fear of monsters and
unfamiliar nighttime noises.
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9780892392926
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Mommy's Having a Watermelon

The Monster in the Mudball

Kim Adlerman, Danny Adlerman

S. P. Gates

The story of a girl who mistakes her mothers pregnancy


for a watermelon growing in her mothers stomach, as a
result of a swallowed seed.

In this lower middle-grade mystery, Jin must hunt down


the monster he accidentally freed, before it eats his baby
brother.

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Moony Luna: Luna, Lunita Lunera

A Morning with Grandpa

Jorge Argueta, Elizabeth Gmez

Sylvia Liu, Christina Forshay

A loving bilingual tale about a young girl afraid to go to


school for the first time.

A curious Asian American girl spends the day learning tai


chi from her grandfather, and in turn tries to teach him
how to do yoga.

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A Movie in My Pillow: Una pelcula en me

My Colors, My World: Mis colores, mi mundo

almohada

Maya Christina Gonzalez

Jorge Argueta, Elizabeth Gmez

Maya searches the environment around her dusty desert


home for all the colors of the rainbow in this awardwinning bilingual book.

Young Jorgito has come to live in the Mission District of


San Francisco, but he hasn't forgotten the unique beauty
of El Salvador.
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9780892392780
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My Diary from Here to There: Mi diario de aqui

My First Book of Proverbs: Mi Primer libro de

hasta alla

dichos

Amada Irma Prez, Maya Christina Gonzalez

Ralfka Gonzalez, Ana Ruiz

One night, young Amada overhears her parents whisper


of moving from Mexico to the other side of the borderto
Los Angeles, where greater opportunity awaits.

This bilingual book of Mexican dichos is the perfect


introduction for young children to well-loved proverbs in
English and Spanish.
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9780892392308
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My Papa Diego and Me: Mi pap Diego y yo

My Steps

Guadalup Rivera Marn, Diego Rivera

Sally Derby, Adjoa J. Burrowes

In Spanish and English, Guadalupe Rivera Marn shares


childhood memories of her father, Diego Rivera.In Spanish
and English, Guadalupe Rivera Marn shares childhood
memories of her father, Diego Rivera.

An African American girl shares the private world of


playtime on her front steps over each of the four seasons.

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Mi escalera

My Teacher Can Teach . . . Anyone

Sally Derby, Adjoa J. Burrowes

W. Nikola-Lisa, Felipe Galindo

An African American girl shares the private world of


playtime on her front steps over each of the four seasons
in this picture book in Spanish.

A young boy and his classmates explore an alphabet of


occupations from Astronaut to Zillionaire with the help of
the boy's favorite teacher.

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My Very Own Room: Mi propio cuartito

Nana's Big Surprise: Nana, Qu Sorpresa!

Amada Irma Prez, Maya Christina Gonzalez

Amada Irma Prez, Maya Christina Gonzalez

Five little brothers, two parents, and a house full of visiting


relatives make a young Mexican American girl feel
crowded.

Nana's move from Mexico should be a joyous occasion,


but her husband Tata died; Amada and her brothers cheer
her up with a chicken coop.

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9780892393077
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Night Golf

Nine-In-One: Grr! Grr!

William Miller, Cedric Lucas

Cathy Spagnoli, Nancy Hom

Set in the South of the late 1950s, an African American


boy who longs to play golf is banned from the game
because of the color of his skin.

A Hmong folktale about Tiger and the clever Bird who


tricks her and restores nature's balance.

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No Mush Today

Oh No, Domino

Sally Derby, Nicole Tadgell

Kim Adlerman

A young girl rebels against eating mush for breakfast


everyday, seeks solace with her grandmother, and
eventually realizes theres no place like home.

The story of a boy attempting to play fetch with his dog,


who brings back assorted round objects when the ball is
lost.

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Ole Flamenco

Olinguito, de la A a la Z!: Descubriendo el


bosque nublado

George Ancona

Lulu Delacre

A photo-essay about flamenco, a centuries-old living art


form, originating in southern Spain, that incorporates
traditional dance, song, and music.

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This bilingual alphabet book introduces readers to a cloud


forest in the Andes; the plants, animals, and other
organisms found there; and the newly-identified olinguito,
a South American mammal.
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On My Block: Stories and Paintings by Fifteen

Only One Year

Artists

Andrea Cheng, Nicole Wong

Dana Goldberg, Cecilia lvarez, Carl Angel, Cbabi Bayoc,


Kim Cogan, Maya Christina Gonzalez, Yasmin Hernandez,
Felicia Hoshina, Sara Kahn, Conan Low, Joseph Pearson

Three Chinese American children learn to trust and love


one another again after the youngest child returns from a
year living in China with extended family. For chapter
book/early middle grade readers.

Fifteen fine artists portray, in words and pictures, the


places and spaces most special to them.
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9781620142554
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Only the Mountains Do Not Move: A Maasai

The Palm of My Heart: Poetry by African

Story of Culture and Conservation

American Children

Jan Reynolds

Davida Adedjouma, R. Gregory Christie

A photographic essay about contemporary Maasaithe


changes in lifestyle, land, and farming practices they face
and how they are adapting to those changes.

When children are encouraged to celebrate their lives


their joys, their influences, their hopes the results are
pure poetry.
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9781600608445
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Parrots Over Puerto Rico

Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story

Cindy Trumbore, Susan L. Roth

Ken Mochizuki, Dom Lee

A nonfiction picture book about the history of Puerto Rico


and the Puerto Rican parrot, which was brought back
from the brink of extinction.

The true story of Chiune Sugihara, the "Japanese


Schindler," who, with his family's encouragement, saved
thousands of Jews in Lithuania during World War II.

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9781880000823
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Pasaje a la libertad

Paul Robeson

Ken Mochizuki, Dom Lee

Eloise Greenfield, George Ford

Now in Spanish, the true story of Chiune Sugihara, the


"Japanese Schindler," who, with his family's
encouragement, saved thousands of Jews in Lithuania
during World War II.

An updated and redesigned edition of an award-winning*


biography of Paul Robeson, who overcame racial
discrimination to become an international entertainer and
civil rights activist. Includes a new introduction and
afterword by the author, focusing on Robesons legacy.
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The Piano

Perfect Liars

William Miller, Susan Keeter

Kimberly Reid

Set in the deep South of the early 1900s, an African


American girl learns to play the piano from her white
employer and their mutual love of music rewards them
with a friendship that transcends age and race.

In this YA heist novel, a society girl with a sketchy past


leads a crew of juvie kids in using their criminal skills for
good.

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Piecing Earth and Sky Together: A Creation

Pie-Biter

Story from the Mien Tribe of Laos

Ruthanne Lum McCunn, Ellen L. Yeung, Teresa Mlawler

Nancy Raines Day, Genna Panzarella

Pie Biter is the legend of a pioneer in the tradition of John


Henry and Paul Bunyan, based on real characters in the
1800's. New tri-lingual format features English, Chinese,
and Spanish.
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This creation story from the Mien tribe of Laos centers on


two competitive siblings who want to make their part of
the world beautiful.

A Place Where Sunflowers Grow

Poems in the Attic

Amy Lee-Tai, Felicia Hoshino

Nikki Grimes, Elizabeth Zunon

Bilingual English/Japanese. Inspired by her family's


experiences, author Amy Lee-Tai has crafted a story
rooted in one of America's most shameful historical
episodes-the internment of 120,000 Japanese Americans
during World War II. Winner of the Jane Addams
Children's Book Award.

Award-winning poet Nikki Grimes brings us a tender


collection of poems about a young girl and her mother,
who grew up as a child of an Air Force serviceman.

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The Pot That Juan Built

Poems to Dream Together: Poemas para soar


juntos

Nancy Andrews-Goebel, David Diaz

Francisco X. Alarcn, Paula S. Barragn

With vibrant illustrations by Caldecott Medal winner David


Diaz, The Pot that Juan Built is sure to enlighten all who
are fascinated by traditional art forms, Mexican culture,
and the power of the human spirit to find inspiration from
the past.

A bilingual collection of poetry by acclaimed Chicano poet


Francisco X. Alarcn celebrating family, community, nature,
and the positive power of dreams to shape our future.
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9781600608483
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La vasija que Juan fabrico

Prairie Dog Song: The Key to Saving North


America's Grasslands

Nancy Andrews-Goebel, David Diaz

Cindy Trumbore, Susan L. Roth

La vasija que Juan fabric is sure to enlighten all who are


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Prietita and the Ghost Woman: Prietita y la

Puffling Patrol

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Ted Lewin, Betsy Lewin

Gloria Anzalda, Maya Christina Gonzalez

Ted and Betsy Lewin travel to Iceland to learn about the


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legend of la Llorona.

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Quiet Hero: The Ira Hayes Story

Quinito, Day and Night: Quinito, da y noche

S. D. Nelson

Ina Cumpiano, Jos Ramrez

A biography of Ira Hayes, a Pima Indian who was one of


the six soldiers to raise the United States flag on Iwo Jima
during World War II, an event immortalized by Joe
Rosenthal's Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph.

A bilingual story of opposites.

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Quinito's Neighborhood: El vecindario de

Rafi and Rosi

Quinito

Lulu Delacre

Ina Cumpiano, Jos Ramrez

Two Puerto Rican tree frog siblings learn about science and
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home.

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streets, shops, and people that make up Quinito's
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Lulu Delacre

Lulu Delacre

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Two Puerto Rican tree frog siblings learn about science and
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Rafi y Rosi Carnaval!

Rainbow Joe And Me

Lulu Delacre

Maria Diaz Strom

Two Puerto Rican tree frog siblings learn about science and
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Joe Arco Iris y yo

Rainbow Stew

Maria Diaz Strom

Cathryn Falwell

Translated from Rainbow Joe and Me, Joe Arco Iris y yo


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Rattlesnake Mesa: Stories from a Native


American Childhood

Ray Charles
Sharon Bell Mathis, George Ford

EdNah New Rider Weber, Richela Renkun

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Ray Charles en Espanol

Raymond's Perfect Present

Sharon Bell Mathis, George Ford

Therese On Louie, Suling Wang

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world-famous musician Ray Charles.

A Chinese American boy receives a nice surprise of his


own when he tries to surprise his mother with flowers that
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Rebellion: A Tankborn Novel

Rent Party Jazz

Karen Sandler

William Miller, Charlotte Riley-Webb

In a world where half the population is genetically


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An African American boy living in New Orleans in the


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Richard Wright and the Library Card

The Road to Santiago

William Miller, R. Gregory Christie

Dan Figueredo, Pablo Torrecilla

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author Richard Wright and his determination to borrow
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Rose Eagle: A Killer of Enemies Story

Sacred Mountain: Everest

Joseph Bruchac

Christine Taylor-Butler

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Sam and the Lucky Money

Sam y el dinero de la suerte

Karen Chinn, Cornelius Van Wright, Ying-Hwa Hu

Karen Chinn, Cornelius Van Wright, Ying-Hwa Hu

During Chinese New Year, a young boy encounters a


homeless person and discovers that no gift is too small
when it comes from the heart.

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Sam and the Lucky Money (Chinese)

Saturday At the New You

Karen Chinn, Cornelius Van Wright, Ying-Hwa Hu

Barbara E. Barber, Anna Rich

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Say Hola to Spanish

Say Hola to Spanish at the Circus

Susan Middleton Elya, Loretta Lopez

Susan Middleton Elya, Loretta Lopez

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Say Hola to Spanish Otra Vez (Again!)

Seaside Dream

Susan Middleton Elya, Loretta Lopez

Janet Bates, Lambert Davis

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The Secret to Freedom

Seeds of Change: Planting a Path to Peace

Marcia Vaughan, Larry Johnson

Jen Johnson, Sonia Sadler

In the days before the Civil War, a young enslaved girl and
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Underground Railroad quilt code.

A picture book biography of scientist Wangari Maathai, the


first African womanand first environmentalistto win a
Nobel Peace Prize (in 2004) for her work planting trees in
her native Kenya.
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Shanghai Messenger

Seven Miles to Freedom: The Robert Smalls


Story

Andrea Cheng, Ed Young

Janet Halfmann, Duane Smith

A story in verse of a biracial Chinese American girl's


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Shelter in Our Car

Sharing Our Homeland: Palestinian and Jewish


Children at Summer Peace Camp

Monica Gunning, Elaine Pedlar

Trish Marx, Cindy Karp

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A photo-essay focusing on two children living in


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Zettie and her Mama left their warm and comfortable


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Silent Star: The Story of Deaf Major Leaguer

Shining Star: The Anna May Wong Story

William Hoy

Paula Yoo, Lin Wang

Bill Wise, Adam Gustavson

The true story of Chinese American film star Anna May


Wong, whose trail-blazing career in Hollywood in the
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A biography of William "Dummy" Hoy, one of the first


deaf major league baseball players.

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Singing with Momma Lou

Sixteen Years in Sixteen Seconds: The Sammy


Lee Story

Linda Jacobs Altman, Larry Johnson

Paula Yoo, Dom Lee

A young African American girl helps her grandmother, who


suffers from Alzheimer's disease, regain some of her
memories.

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The inspirational true story of Sammy Lee, a Korean


American who overcame discrimination to realize both his
father's desire that he become a doctor and his own
dream of becoming an Olympic champion diver.
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Sky Dancers

Soledad Sigh-Sighs: Soledad suspiros

Connie Anne Kirk, Christy Hale

Rigoberto Gonzlez, Rosa Ibarra

John Cloud's father is a steelworker building skyscrapers in


New York City, far away from their home upstate on the
Mohawk Reservation.

Bilingual English/Spanish. A picture book about eightyear-old Soledad, a latchkey child whose friends come up
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A Song for Cambodia

Songs for America's Children

Michelle Lord, Shino Arihara

Kim Adlerman, Danny Adlerman

The true story of Arn Chorn-Pond, Cambodian American


musician and human rights activist, who as a young boy
survived Khmer Rouge work camps by learning to play a
musical instrument.

Compiled in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on


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Steel Drumming at the Apollo: The Road to

The Story I'll Tell

Super Top Dog

Nancy Tupper Ling, Jessica Lanan

Trish Marx, Ellen B. Senisi

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A photo-essay following the members of a high school


band through several rounds of Amateur Night
competitions at the Apollo Theater in New York City.
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plus original compositions.

A story of international adoption in which a mother


weaves a magical web of tales to explain how her child
came to be part of the family

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The Storyteller's Candle: La velita de los

Step Right Up: How Doc and Jim Key Taught the

cuentos

World About Kindness

Lucia Gonzlez, Lulu Delacre

Donna Janell Bowman, Daniel Minter

A bilingual biography of Pura Belpr, New York City's first


Latina librarian.

A biography of William "Doc" Key, a former slave and


self-trained veterinarian who taught his horse, Beautiful
Jim Key, to read, write, and do math, and who helped
teach the world to treat animals kindly.

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Strong to the Hoop

Directo al aro

John Coy, Jean-Bart Leslie

John Coy, Leslie Jean-Bart

A boy finally gets to play basketball on the main court with


the older boys, and has to prove he can hold his own.

James has always settled for watching his big brother


Nate play basketball from the sidelines. Then one day, a
player is injured and James is asked to join the older boys'
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Life of a Genius: Su Dongpo

Summer of the Mariposas

Demi

Guadalupe Garcia McCall

A tribute to the spirited life of one of China's greatest


literary and historical heroespoet, scholar, and statesman
Su Dongpo.

A YA retelling of The Odyssey, set in Mexico.

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Summer Sun Risin'

Summoning the Phoenix: Poems and Prose


About Chinese Musical Instruments

W. Nikola-Lisa, Don Tate

Emily Jiang, April Chu

From sunrise to sunset, an African American boy spends


an activity-filled summer day helping his family on their
farm.

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A collection of original poems about children learning to


play traditional Chinese instruments in preparation for a
performance, accompanied by factual information about
each instrument.
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Surfer Of The Century: The Life of Duke

Sunday Shopping

Kahanamoku

Sally Derby, Shadra Strickland

Ellie Crowe, Richard Waldrep

Every Sunday night a young girl and her grandmother go


on an imaginary shopping trip in this delightful picture
book.

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Sweet Music in Harlem

Sweet Potato Pie

Debbie Taylor, Frank Morrison

Kathleen D. Lindsay, Charlotte Riley-Webb

Searching his Harlem neighborhood for his uncle's missing


hat, an energetic African American boy unintentionally
creates an exuberant gathering of the neighborhoods jazz
musicians for a magazine photograph; a fictional story
inspired by Art Kanes historic photograph of jazz greats,
Harlem 1958.

In this fictional story set in the South in the 1920s, an


African American girl and her family sell Mama's sweet
potato pies at the Harvest Celebration to raise money and
save their farm.
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Tan to Tamarind: Poems About the Color Brown

Tashi and the Tibetan Flower Cure

Malathai Iyengar, Jamel Akib

Naomi C. Rose

A poetry collection that explores the spectrum of beautiful


shades of brown.

A Tibetan American girl helps her grandfather recover from


an illness through the use of a traditional cure that focuses
on friendship and compassion as partners in physical
recovery.

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The true story of Hawaiian Duke Kahanamoku, six-time


Olympic swimming champion and legendary surfer who
popularized surfing around the world.

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Ten Oni Drummers

Tankborn

Matthew Gollub, Kazuko G. Stone

Karen Sandler

In this playful, rhyming story, young children find


reassurance and comfort for their fears when scary
dreams come their way. Through art and story, children
also learn about Japanese taiko drumming and the
Japanese words and characters for the numbers one to
ten.

Kayla and Mishalla, two genetically engineered


non-human slaves (GENs), fall in love with higher-status
boys, discover deep secrets about the creation of GENs,
and in the process find out what it means to be human.
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This Land is My Land

Tiny Stitches: The Life of Medical Pioneer Vivien


Thomas

George Littlechild

Gwendolyn Hooks, Colin Bootman

Through his own words and paintings, acclaimed Native


artist George Littlechild takes us back in time to the first
meeting between his Plains Cree ancestors and the first
European settlers in North America.
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A biography of Vivien Thomas, an African American


surgical technician who developed the first procedure used
to perform open-heart surgery on children.
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Toddler Two

Tofu Quilt

Anastasia Suen, Winnie Cheon

Russell Ching Yeung

A book with fold-out flaps just right for very young


children beginning to explore their world.

A collection of poems telling the story of Yeung Ying, a


young girl in Hong Kong in the 1960s who, against the
conventions of society and family members, aspires to
become a writer.

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Top to Bottom Down Under

Trail of the Dead

Betsy Lewin, Ted Lewin

Joseph Bruchac

In this continuation of the Adventures Around the World


series, the Lewins come face to face with Australia's
wildest animals, from dingoes to crocodiles and more.

In this sequel to Killer of Enemies, Lozen and her family,


on the run from the tyrants who once held them hostage,
embark on a journey along a perilous trail once followed
by her ancestors, where they meet friends and foes alike.

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Two Mrs. Gibsons

Twenty-two Cents: The Story of Muhammad


Yunus

Toyomi Igus, Daryl Wells

Paula Yoo, Jamel Akib

Two Mrs. Gibsons is author Toyomi Igus's tender and


touching tribute to the two most important women in her
lifeher Japanese mother and her African American
grandmother.

A biography of 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner


Muhammad Yunus, who revolutionized global antipoverty
efforts by developing the innovative economic concept of
micro-lending.
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Uncle Nacho's Hat: El sombrero del To Nacho

Under the Lemon Moon

Harriet Rohmer, Mira Reisberg

Edith Hope Fine, Ren King Moreno

A classic Nicaraguan folktale retold as a bilingual picture


book.

One night, Rosalinda is awakened by a noise in the


garden.

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Bajo la luna de limn

Under the Mesquite

Edith Hope Fine, Rene King Moreno

Guadalupe Garcia McCall

When she and her pet hen, Blanca, investigate, they see
a man leaving with a large sack-full of fruit from
Rosalinda's beloved lemon tree.

Lupita, a budding actor and poet in a close-knit Mexican


American immigrant family, comes of age as she
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Upside Down Boy, The: El nio de cabeza

Up the Learning Tree

Juan Herrera, Elizabeth Gmez

Marcia Vaugh, Derek Blanks

The Upside Down Boy is award-winning poet Juan Felipe


Herrera's engaging memoir of the year his migrant family
settled down so that he could go to school for the first
time.

Henry Bell is not allowed to learn to read and write. In


fact, most enslaved children, like him, are severely
punished if they are even caught with a book.

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Vanishing Cultures: Amazon Basin

Vanishing Cultures: Down Under

Jan Reynolds

Jan Reynolds

In this series of seven books, photojournalist Jan Reynolds


documents the distinctive cultures and climates of
indigenous peoples.

In this series of seven books, photojournalist Jan Reynolds


documents the distinctive cultures and climates of
indigenous peoples.

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Vanishing Cultures: Far North

Vanishing Cultures: Frozen Land

Jan Reynolds

Jan Reynolds

In this series of seven books, photojournalist Jan Reynolds


documents the distinctive cultures and climates of
indigenous peoples.

In this series of seven books, photojournalist Jan Reynolds


documents the distinctive cultures and climates of
indigenous peoples.

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Vanishing Cultures:: Himalaya

Vanishing Cultures: Mongolia

Jan Reynolds

Jan Reynolds

In this series of seven books, photojournalist Jan Reynolds


documents the distinctive cultures and climates of
indigenous peoples.

This photo essay explores the life of Dawa and Olana,


two young cousins who come from a family of nomads
on the grassy plains of Mongolia.

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Vanishing Cultures: Sahara

Vodnk

Jan Reynolds

Bryce Moore

In this series of seven books, photojournalist Jan Reynolds


documents the distinctive cultures and climates of
indigenous peoples.

When Tomas moves with his family to Slovakia, the


Slovakian creatures from his youth come to life.

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Wave Goodbye

Water Rolls, Water Rises: El agua rueda, el


agua sube

Rob Reid, Lorraine Williams

Pat Mora, Meilo So

There are so many different ways to wave goodbye!

In a series of poetic verses in English and Spanish, readers


learn about the movement and moods of water around
the world.
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What's the Most Beautiful Thing You Know


About Horses?

We
Alice Schertle, Kenneth Addison

Richard Van Camp, George Littlechild

Here is the fascinating story of human development, from


its beginnings in Africa millions of years ago to modern
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Author Richard Van Camp asks his friends and family,


"What's the most beautiful thing you know about horses?"

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When This World Was New

When the Horses Ride By: Children in the


Times of War

D. H. Figueredo, Enrique O. Sanchez

Eloise Greenfield, Jan Gilchrist

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Through these graceful and eloquent poems, written from


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Where Fireflies Dance / Ahi, donde bailan las


lucirnagas: Ahi, donde bailan las lucirnagas

Un mundo nuevo
D.H. Figueredo, Enrique O. Sanchez

Lucha Corpi, Mira Reisberg

Un mondo nuevo brings us a gentle and uplifting story of


coming to America.

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In her first book for children, award-winning author Lucha


Corpi remembers her childhood growing up in Jltipan,
Mexico, where the moon hung low and the fireflies
flickered in the night air.

Where On Earth is My Bagel?

Willie Wins

Frances Park, Ginger Park, Grace Lin

Almira Astudillo Gilles, Carl Angel

A young Korean boy gets a craving for a New York bagel


and goes on a journey to fulfill his hunger.

In this heart-warming story, a boy gets beyond peer


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Wolf Mark

The Woman Who Outshone the Sun: La mujer


que brillaba an ms que el sol

Joseph Bruchac

Alejandro Martinez, Fernando Olivera

Luke King, whose father is a black-ops infiltrator, uses the


skills his father taught him to figure out his familys
paranormal secret and save his kidnapped father and his
own friends.
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Bilingual English/Spanish. The legend of Lucia Zenteno is


part of the oral history of the Zapotec Indians of Oaxaca,
Mexico. A story about kindness and taking care of our
natural resources.
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Xochitl and the Flowers: Xchitl, la Nia de las

Yasmin's Hammer

Flores

Ann Malaspina, Doug Chayka

Jorge Argueta, Carl Angel

Yasmin is a young girl in Bangladesh who works at the


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Miles away from their home in El Salvador, Xochitl


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Yum! MmMm! Qu Rico!: America's

Yum! MmMm! Qu Rico!: Brotes de las

Sproutings

Amricas

Pat Mora, Rafael Lopez

Pat Mora, Rafael Lopez

A collection of haiku focusing on fourteen foods native to


the Americas, celebrating the fun of the foods as well as
their origins.

A collection of haiku focusing on fourteen foods native to


the Americas, celebrating the fun of the foods as well as
their origins.
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Yummy: The Last Days of a Southside Shorty

Zora Hurston and the Chinaberry Tree

G. Neri, Randy DuBurke

William Miller, Cornelius Van Wright

A graphic novel based on the life and death of Robert


"Yummy" Sandifer, an eleven-year-old gang member
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The true story of the famous writer, who as a young girl,


learned about hope and strength from her mother.

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William Miller, Cornelius Van Wright, Ying-Hwa Hu
The true story of the famous writer, who as a young girl,
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