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April is National Poetry Month! During this time, booksellers, librarians, parents, teachers, and students read, write and analyze poems while recognizing the literary accomplishments of many poets, both past and present.

Jun 30 "Usted" a los amigos - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Jun 29 Best Latino Focused Children's Picture Book - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Congratulations René Colato Laínez!

 

¡Juguemos al fútbol y al football!

    


¡Juguemos al Fútbol y al Football!

First Place

Best Latino Focused Children's Picture Book

A Latino Literacy Now &

Latino Book & Family Festival Awards Program

The 2015 International Latino Book Awards

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Jun 27 ¿Cómo hubieras castellanizado "Home Run"?- Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Jun 26 El río Paraná y la hidroeléctrica de Itaipú - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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By Evelyn Silva

Con una extensión de 4000 km, el río Paraná es parte del sistema fluvial de América del Sur y es considerado uno de los ríos más importantes de nuestro continente. No solo por su extensión, sino también por la fuerza de su caudal, este cuerpo de agua forma, junto con el río Uruguay, la extensa cuenca der Río de la Plata. Su delta es completamente de agua dulce ya que no desemboca en el mar; sin embargo, su nombre, proveniente de la lengua tupi, significa “pariente del mar”, nombre que ganó por ser un río extenso y caudaloso, semejante al mar.

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