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Scholastic Recommends: Grades K–3

Gathering the Sun/Cosecha de Sol: An Alphabet in Spanish and English by Alma Flor Ada (Grades PreK–K)

Gathering the Sun United by themes of harvest, work, values, and home, twenty-eight poems honor the lives of migrant farm workers and celebrate an alphabetical list of Spanish words. Each poem appears first in Spanish and then in an English translation on the same page.

Taking a Walk/Caminando: Taking a Walk/Caminando: A Book in Two Languages by Rebecca Emberley (Grades PreK–1)

Taking a Walk/Caminando Rebecca Emberly provides a lovely, lyrical look at a local environment — from home to school to town — in both English and Spanish. Excellent for classroom use.

A Birthday Basket for Tía by Pat Mora (Grades PreK–2)

A Birthday Basket for Tía Today is a special day: Tía Rosa's 90th birthday, and Cecilia wants to give Tía Rosa a very special present, one that would show her how much she loves her.

The Best of Scholastic Spanish: 15 Books (Grades PreK–3)

The Best of Scholastic Spanish Set Includes:
Antártida Así vamos a la escuela
Borreguita y el coyote Clifford al rescate
¡A Contar Cheerios! Daniel y los dinosaurios
Un día de nieve Donde viven los monstruos
Feliz cumpleaños, Martin Luther King La oruga muy hambrienta
¡Qué montón de tamales! Se necesita todo un pueblo
Si le das una galletita a un ratón Un sillón para mi mamá
La verdadera historia de los tres cerditos  

Appropriate titles of equal value may be substituted if any of the listed titles are unavailable at shipping.

Look What Came From Mexico by Miles Harvey (Grades K–3)
Look What Came From Mexico
Each book in this elementary-level series explores, in a very simple fashion, the foods, words, inventions, toys, games and sports, religion, music, and crafts that a specific country has contributed to the world.

English/Spanish Collection 2: 20 Books (Grades 1–3)

English/Spanish Collection 2 Set Includes:
Borreguita and the Coyote Borreguita y el coyote
Changes, Changes Cambios, Cambios
Corduroy Corduroy
Curious George® Jorge el curioso
First Thousand Words in English First Thousand Words in Spanish
Henny Penny Pollita chiquita
New Shoes for Silvia Zapatos nuevos para Silvia
Rain Forest El bosque tropical
School Bus El autobús escolar
Too Many Tamales ¡Qué montón de tamales!

Appropriate titles of equal value may be substituted if any of the listed titles are unavailable at shipping.

Scholastic Recommends: Grades 4-8

Hispanic Treasury Collection: 10 Books (Grades K–3)
Hispanic Treasury Collection
Set Includes:
Animorphs #3 El encuentro Las aventuras del Capitán Calzoncillos
El diario de Pedro Escalofrios #1 Bienvenidos a la Casa de la Muerte
Harry Potter y la piedra filosofal Leyendas americanas
Mi rincón en la montaña Presidente de la clase
Cuentos con sazón Tuck para siempre


Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan (Grades 4–8)

Esperanza Rising When Esperanza and Mama are forced to flee from their home in Mexico to a Mexican farm labor camp in California, they must adjust to a life without the fancy dresses and servants to which they were accustomed on Rancho de las Rosas. Now they must confront the challenges of hard work, acceptance by their own people, and economic difficulties brought on by the Great Depression.

How Would You Survive as an Aztec? by Fiona MacDonald (Grades 4–6)

How Would You Survive as an Aztec? This title in the How Would You Survive? Series transports its reader back in time, and with a new identity, by giving detailed information in the aspects of life during the historical period of the Aztecs.

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Scholastic Recommends: Professional Books

29 Spanish Alphabet Mini-books: Easy-to-Make Reproducible Books That Promote Literacy by Mary Beth Spann (Grades PreK–1)

29 Spanish Alphabet Mini-books: Easy-to-Make Reproducible Books That Promote Literacy These adorable eight-page mini-books (one for each letter of the alphabet) are easy to make and fun to use. Just reproduce, fold, and snip! Emergent readers will love completing the pages as they practice handwriting, begin letter collections, identify pictures beginning with a specific letter, and personalize their very own word banks.

Perfect for fostering letter recognition in Spanish and awareness of letters and sounds in words.

Reading Success Mini-Books: Sight Words in Spanish: 20 Interactive Mini-Books
by Mary Beth Spann (Grades PreK–2)

Reading Success Mini-Books: Sight Words in Spanish Help new readers soar with this set of skill-building mini-books in Spanish. Each of these 20 simple, reproducible word/picture books teaches a group of key sight words about school, clothing, farm, weather, and more.
Includes write-on lines and matching games to make learning to read interactive and fun. Teacher instructions are in English; student mini-books are in Spanish.

15 Reproducible Spanish Write-and-Read Books: Instant Patterns for Easy Predictable Books Your Students Help Write!
by Veronica Robillard (Grades K–2)

Just photocopy these innovative book patterns, invite kids to fill in the blanks, and every student can create a colorful, personalized, predictable book in Spanish.

Multicultural Fables & Fairy Tales: Stories & Activities to Promote Literacy & Cultural Awareness
by Tara McCarthy (Grades 1–4)

Introduce students to other cultures with 24 classic tales from Japan, Ghana, Brazil, Egypt, Germany, China, and more. Each reproducible story includes information about its origin, plus teaching ideas and hands-on activities. Fully reproducible.

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