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2nd Grade Diversity Set
2nd Grade Diversity Set

Spanish Read Alouds - 2nd Grade

2nd Grade Diversity Set

$ 351.50
SKU - SPRAL-2-C-DV

Quantity of Titles Per Set (19)

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

Celia: La niña que cantaba con las manos
Celia: La niña que cantaba con las manos

Celia: La niña que cantaba con las manos

$ 22.50

Celia is like other girls her age: she’s happy, she likes to have friends, and loves to learn and get to know new places. However, she has something special: she knows how to talk with her hands and listen with her eyes, because her ears don’t work, she’s mute. The story is told through the letters that the girl writes to her mother while she acclimates to a new life in Colombia.



Niños de América
Niños de América

Niños de América

$ 11.50

Carmen, Marcelino, Lupita, and Martín live in different countries of Latin America. Through verses and illustrations, they hold us by the hand and invite us to be a part of their experiences, dreams, and yearnings.



Última parada de la Calle Market
Última parada de la Calle Market

Última parada de la Calle Market

$ 17.75

Every Sunday after church, CJ and his grandma ride the bus across town. But today, CJ wonders why they don't own a car like his friend Colby. Why doesn't he have an iPod like the boys on the bus? How come they always have to get off in the dirty part of town? Each question is met with an encouraging answer from grandma, who helps him see the beauty and fun in their routine and the world around them.



Un sillón para mi mamá
Un sillón para mi mamá

Un sillón para mi mamá

$ 9.00

A child, her waitress mother, and her grandmother save dimes to buy a comfortable armchair after all their furniture is lost in a fire.



Un mundo nuevo
Un mundo nuevo

Un mundo nuevo

$ 13.25

It was Danilito's first day in America. His family has just made a long, exhausting move from the Caribbean to New York City. The ocean and the palm trees he is familiar with are now replaced by tall buildings and crowded streets. Danilito is scared. But his worries disappear the next morning when he wakes up and Papa leads him on a magical trip of discovery. A gentle and uplifting story of coming to America.



La luna se fue de fiesta
La luna se fue de fiesta

La luna se fue de fiesta

$ 9.75

The sun lights the day and the moon lights the night, and morning seldom breaks to find them both up in the sky. But when the moon does stay up past dawn, the people of Oaxaca, Mexico, have an explanation: “The moon was at a fiesta.” Once again, Matthew Gollub and Leovigildo Martínez have created a sumptuous original tale set amid the rich folk culture of Mr. Martínez’s own Oaxaca - a tale as exhilarating as a moonlit fiesta full of music, tamales, and paper lanterns.



Curation in Action

How Marie sees it:

- Addressing vulnerability

- Sharing feelings is important 

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- Nobody is alone

- Your feelings are normal