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1st Grade Diversity Set
1st Grade Diversity Set

Spanish Read Alouds

1st Grade Diversity Set

$ 346.00
SKU - SPRAL-1-C-DV

Quantity of Titles Per Set (18)

Diversity read alouds feature books with a diverse set of characters belonging to one of these four themes: Black Joy, A Mirror Into Hispanic Experiences, A Window Into Other Cultures, Let’s Talk about Exceptionalities.

Titles may change based on availability.

Titles from the Collection

Las crepes de Mama Panya
Las crepes de Mama Panya

Las crepes de Mama Panya

$ 11.75

On market day, Mama Panya's son Adika invites everyone he sees to a pancake dinner. How will Mama Panya ever feed them all? This clever and heartwarming story about Kenyan village life teaches the importance of sharing, even when you have little to give.



¡Gracias, Omu!
¡Gracias, Omu!

¡Gracias, Omu!

$ 21.75

Everyone in the neighborhood dreams of a taste of Omu's delicious stew! One by one, they follow their noses toward the scrumptious scent... Debut author-illustrator Oge Mora brings to life a heartwarming story of sharing and community in colorful cut-paper designs as luscious as Omu's stew, with an extra serving of love.



¡Qué montón de Tamales!
¡Qué montón de Tamales!

¡Qué montón de Tamales!

$ 11.00

This is the story of a treasure thought to be lost in a batch of tamales; of a desperate and funny attempt by Maria and her cousins to eat their way out of trouble; and the warm way a family pulls together to make it a perfect Christmas after all.



Una habitación en el bosque
Una habitación en el bosque

Una habitación en el bosque

$ 11.25

Sakko just moved. The countryside surrounds his new home and he decides to explore it while his parents finish moving in. Along the way he discovers his neighbor’s house. Then he stops to cut flowers and a sound coming from the bushes catches his attention. Among the weeds he finds a basket that, without realizing it, welcomes him to his new home.



El pollo de los domingos
El pollo de los domingos

El pollo de los domingos

$ 11.25

Two African-American boys and their Russian American 'sister' want to buy their 'gramma' that special Easter bonnet she admired at Mr. Kodinski's shop. When they are wrongly accused of throwing eggs at the shop window, they come up with the perfect way to prove their innocence--and earn money at the same time. Vivid illustrations and captivating characters mark this inspirational blend of culture, friendship, trust, and love.

Tengo dislexia
Tengo dislexia

Tengo dislexia

$ 22.25

Sam tells his story and together we learn what it means to have dyslexia and how it does not prevent a child from doing what they want in life. Sam knows, as does his mother, that the difficulties he has with writing, reading or calculating are due to the fact that he has dyslexia. But many relevant personalities have suffered or suffer from dilexia (difficulty in learning caused by a gene on the sixth chromosome) without this having diminished their intelligence and ingenuity. This is the goal, that the difficulty is only an obstacle to overcome, not a wall that prevents children with dyslexia from developing as they want.



Curation in Action

How Marie sees it:

- Addressing vulnerability

- Sharing feelings is important 

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- Nobody is alone

- Your feelings are normal