Lists and Suggestions for Kids
List: OFB 2022--World Languages
Lupe Lopez: ¡Reglas de una estrella de rock!.
Charlton-Trujillo, e. E.
When Lupe Lopez struts through the doors of Hector P. Garcia Elementary in sunglasses with two tape... More
When Lupe Lopez struts through the doors of Hector P. Garcia Elementary in sunglasses with two taped-up Number 2 pencils--drumsticks, of course--poking from her pocket, her confidence is off the charts. All day, Lupe drums on desks, tables, and chairs while Ms. Quintanilla reminds her of school rules. Lupe has her own rules: 1) Don't listen to anyone. 2) Make lots of noise. Rataplan! 3) Have fans, not friends. But with her new teacher less than starstruck, and fans hard to come by, Lupe wonders if having friends is such a bad idea after all. Can it be that true star power means knowing when to share the spotlight? Less
"In the affirmative and encouraging Me Gusta, acclaimed author and illustrator Angela Domingue... More
"In the affirmative and encouraging Me Gusta, acclaimed author and illustrator Angela Dominguez combines Spanish and English in a poetic and touching story of family, reminding us that through the adventures and the heartbreak, love conquers all and transcends language."--Amazon.com. Less
Leila, la brujita perfecta
"What letter does the word bee start with? If you said "B" you're right -- in E... More
"What letter does the word bee start with? If you said "B" you're right -- in English! But in many, many languages, it actually starts with A. Bee is Anū in Igbo, Aamoo in Ojibwe, Abelha in Portugese, and Arı in Turkish. Come and explore the gorgeous variations in the ways we talk about familiar things, unified and illuminated through Ellen Heck's eye-catching, graphic scratchboard details and hidden letterforms."-- Less
A is for bee : an alphabet book in translation
Drago, Flavia Z.
Leila Wayward is a little witch who excels at everything she does. She's the fastest flier, th... More
Leila Wayward is a little witch who excels at everything she does. She's the fastest flier, the most cunning conjuror, and the most superb shape-shifter. She has won trophies for potions, herbology, and alchemy--and now she dreams of winning the Magnificent Witchy Cake-off! As the youngest in a long line of masters of the Dark Arts of Patisserie, Leila wants her entry to be perfect. But even with the most bewitching of recipes, she realizes a terrible truth: she's a disaster in the kitchen. Luckily, Leila has three magical sisters who are happy to share their culinary secrets with her. What's more, Leila discovers that baking with them is fun! Win or lose, she has already tasted the sweetest thing of all: acceptance--with a pinch of nightshade and a bit of mandrake. Less
El carnaval de mi bisabuela
In the city of Olinda, Brazil, Clara is looking forward to the Carnaval street parade, with the col... More
In the city of Olinda, Brazil, Clara is looking forward to the Carnaval street parade, with the colorful, fantastic costumes that her great-grandmother makes for the family--but her Bisa is too old to follow the parade, so Clara decides to bring the parade to her. Less