Recomendaciones de Libros
Baby Shark / Bebé Tiburón (Bilingual)
Read, dance, and sing along to this favorite classic song featuring a baby shark, mama shark, daddy shark, grandma shark, and more underwater pals!
Bebé Tiburón se ha convertido en un personaje famoso y querido por maestros, padres y niños en todo el mundo. Con las adorables y divertidas historias subacuáticas con Bebé, Mamá, Papá y Abue Tiburón, y otras criaturas del océano, ¡los chicos no se cansarán de estas historias de una familia de tiburones!
Baby Shark has become well-known and well-loved by teachers, parents, and children everywhere. And with hilarious and adorable under-the-sea art of Baby Shark, Mama Shark, Daddy Shark, Grandma Shark, and more ocean creatures, kids won't be able to get enough of this silly illustrated story of a shark family!
Join the search—in English and Spanish—and discover a celebration of friends and creativity.
Sing and read along to these six favorite preschool songs, in English and in Spanish.
Uno Dos Tres: My First Spanish Rhymes
Uno Dos Tresis a journey that will take children from one adventure to another, and back home again, while learning Spanish! From school to the farm, and from playtime to bedtime, this book is a perfect introduction to the language for the youngest child. With a host of characters - people, animals and birds - illustrating over twenty-five simple and well-known rhymes and songs, young children will enjoy learning and speaking Spanish.
Little Elephants / Elefantitos
This children's book is based on the song "Un elefante se balanceaba", a traditional Mexican counting song. It teaches little ones how to count to five plus serves as the perfect bedtime story.
The Hummingbird Sings and Dances
Bursting with color and spirit, this collection of Latin-American songs is a tribute to Latino culture. From traditional tunes to rhymes and hand games, "De Colores" has songs for all occasions and moods. Each is accompanied by a simple musical arrangement, with lyrics in both English and Spanish.
Cantando de Colores
In this beautifully illustrated bilingual picture book, parents and children will be able to read and sing one of the most recognizable Spanish folk songs, De Colores featuring an English adaptation on each page. The book is overflowing with colorful illustrations as it pays a tribute to cultures throughout the world.
No Hay Nada Más Chistoso Que Leer Con un Oso = Bears Make the Best Reading Buddies
All the students in the class are assigned reading buddies, except for Adelaide. She already has one, a bear! And Adelaide is quite persuasive as she explains to her language arts teacher, Mrs. Fitz-Pea, and the reader, that bears really do make the best reading buddies: they sniff out good books and their claws are just right for turning pages. And the bear looks rather friendly (and studious) in these crayon-bright, contemporary illustrations, making this is must-read picture book for story time! Fully translated Spanish text. La maestra asigna compañeros de lectura a todos los niños, pero Adelaida ya tiene uno: ¡su oso! Adelaida convencerá a su maestra y a los lectores de que no hay nada mejor que leer con un oso. Los osos tienen un gran olfato para los buenos libros y garras idelaes para pasar páginas. Y este oso parece muy simpático (y estudioso). Con ilustraciones modernas y coloridas, ¡este es el cuento perfecto para leer en voz alta!
La Madre Goose
Classic Mother Goose rhymes get a Latino twist in this cozy collection. From young Juan Ramón sitting in el rincón to three little gatitos who lost their mitoncitos, readers will be delighted to see familiar characters in vibrant, luminous scenes brimming with fanciful details.
Every ABC book worth its cover price is bound to have bright colors and big letters. But not every ABC book has magical hand-carved animals to illustrate every letter. And very few alphabet books present those letters in more varieties than English! Very few alphabet books except the ABeCedarios, that is! In this brightly colored book, the alphabet is presented in both Spanish and English, and includes the four additional letters—and whimsical animals—that make the Spanish alphabet so much fun.
How Do You Say? / ¿Cómo Se Dice?
Hello! ¡Hola! Some people speak Spanish. Some people speak English. Although we may not speak the same language, some things, like friendship, are universal!
Follow two young giraffes as they meet, celebrate, and become friends. This bilingual tale will have readers eager to meet new friends and amigos.
De Yamile Saied Méndez, aclamada autora de ¿De dónde eres? llega un impresionante segundo libro ilustrado de autodescubrimiento llamado ¿Qué Serás? Este lírico libro ilustrado cuenta la historia de una niña a la que constantemente se le hace una pregunta simple que no tiene una respuesta simple. Perfecto para los aficionados de Happy Dreamer por Peter H. Reynolds.
Did you know that animals that live in one country don't always talk the same language as animals from somewhere else? Take a rooster, for instance. In English-speaking countries, he says cock-a-doodle-doo when he has a notion to announce himself or to greet the dawn. But in Spanish-speaking countries, he says ki-kiri-ki. Emerging readers will delight in identifying the animals depicted on each new page. And the bilingual text invites parent and child into an interactive and playful reading experience for acting out animal sounds in English and Spanish.
Contando Con Frida
Introduce your little one to the life of one of Mexico's most iconic painters, Frida Kahlo, while teaching them their numbers, 1 to 10, in English and Spanish. Count una casa azul (one blue house), tres flores (three flowers), and cinco retratos (five portraits).
Call Me Tree
In this spare, lyrically written story, we join a child on a journey of self-discovery. Finding a way to grow from the inside out, just like a tree, the child develops as an individual comfortable in the natural world and in relationships with others. The child begins "Within/ The deep dark earth," like a seed, ready to grow and then dream and reach out to the world. Soon the child discovers birds and the sky and other children: "Trees and trees/ Just like me!" Each is different too. The child embraces them all because "All trees have roots/ All trees belong." Maya Christina Gonzalez once again combines her talents as an artist and a storyteller to craft a gentle, empowering story about belonging, connecting with nature, and becoming your fullest self. Young readers will be inspired to dream and reach, reach and dream . . . and to be as free and unique as trees.