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Santillana USA’s bilingual titles foster biliteracy and create multicultural awareness with high quality readers with text in both English and Spanish.

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  1. ¡Juguemos al fútbol y al football! (Bilingual Edition)

    ¡Juguemos al fútbol y al football! (Bilingual Edition)
    Bilingual Books - Level K–3

    $15.95

    Carlos is not sure that his favorite sport can be played with an oval-shaped ball. Chris is not sure that it can be played with a round ball. It may not be a good idea to play with a kid who is so different! He doesn't even know how to play this game! Wait-it looks kind of fun! Let's give it a try! Learn More
  2. El mejor regalo del mundo: la leyenda de la Vieja Belén (Bilingual Edition)

    El mejor regalo del mundo: la leyenda de la Vieja Belén (Bilingual Edition)
    Bilingual Books - Level 3–5

    $12.95

    Renowned Latina author Julia Alvarez recreates the legend of the Dominican folk character La Vieja Belen in this delighful bilingual rhyming story, beautifully illustrated by Dominican artist Ruddy Nuñez. Alvarez's retelling keeps the magic of the traditional account while contributing a down-to-earth, timely moral: "Of all the gifts you can give, your time is the best." Learn More
  3. La fiesta de las tortillas (Bilingual Edition)

    La fiesta de las tortillas (Bilingual Edition)
    Bilingual Books - Level 3–5

    $14.95

    The author remembers the day on which the Spirit of the Corn visited the restaurant that his family owned in El Salvador. The narration is full of suspense and is impregnated with the delicious scents that surrounded the kitchen and that remain intact in the memory and the heart of the author from his childhood. Learn More
  4. La gallinita en la ciudad (Bilingual Edition)

    La gallinita en la ciudad (Bilingual Edition)
    Bilingual Books - Level 3–5

    $14.95

    A small, tired, and ill speckled hen flies in front of Natalia's window on a rainy morning and arouses her nostalgia for her grandfather, who stayed in El Salvador. She is then determined to save the hen and moves heaven and earth to achieve it. Learn More

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