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Every year, Americans around the nation get together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States are endless and inspiring, and they have had a profound and positive impact on our county.

Autobiographical Tales for Middle Grade Readers - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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May 10

Autobiographical Tales for
Middle Grade Readers 

Alma Flor Ada
Tesoros de mi isla: Una infancia cubana
(Island Treasures: Growing Up in Cuba)

BISAC: JUVENILE NONFICTION 

Tesoros de mi isla: Una infancia cubana

The renowned Hispanic author and educator
Alma Flor Ada offers an inspiring look at her
childhood in Cuba in this collection that includes 
Where the Flame Trees BloomUnder the Royal
Palms
, and the new collection of stories Days at 
La Quinta Simoni.

These heartwarming, poignant, and often humorous,
true autobiographical tales encourage readers to
discover the stories in their own lives—and to
celebrate the joys and struggles we all share,
no matter where or when we grew up.

       

Also available by Alma Flor Ada   

 
¡Extra! ¡Extra! Atentamente, Ricitos
de Oro Me encantan los Saturdays y los domingos Todo es canción: Antología poética
 ¡Extra! ¡Extra!
(Extra! Extra!)
Atentamente, Ricitos
de Oro
(Yours Truly, Goldilocks) 
 Me encantan los Saturdays
y los domingos

(I Love Saturdays
y domingos)
 Todo es canción:
Antología poética

(Everything is a Song:
Poetry Anthology)

 

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