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Spanish Culturally Relevant Literature Set K-2
Spanish Culturally Relevant Literature Set K-2

Spanish Classroom Libraries

Spanish Culturally Relevant Literature Set K-2

$ 620.00
SKU - SPCRHLV-K-2

A set of 50 titles of culturally relevant literature in Spanish, reading levels A through M!  Let your students see a reflection of themselves and their experiences in our books.  These titles put a spotlight on Hispanic children and their families.  They come leveled because we want students to be able to choose titles for themselves, and read them immediately. 

From our lead curator, Marie:

I want to promote a culturally responsive classroom where Hispanic students can see themselves across many books.  From the everyday community outings to specific immigrant stories, these books capture many experiences students can relate to. I also like to think that non-Hispanic students will get a window into Hispanic culture.

Titles may change based on availability.

Titles from the Collection

Las sardinas vuelan de noche
Las sardinas vuelan de noche

Las sardinas vuelan de noche

$ 13.25

Maya has just moved to a new city, but she still hasn't adapted.  Uri is the son of a fisherman, but he has never seen the ocean.  Although they don't know it, there is a fine thread that unites them, and a sardine and lots of cats are tangled up in the thread.  This is a fantastic story of battles, encounters, fish, a kiss, and the ocean.  A book about friendship, acceptance and the power of dreams.

Las andanzas de Daniel
Las andanzas de Daniel

Las andanzas de Daniel

$ 13.25

Daniel doesn’t like school: he doesn’t have any friends, his teacher is mean, and he’s the favorite target of Beto, the class bully. The fact that he won’t say anything at home because his new baby sister takes up all the attention doesn’t help either. Then a burglar enters his school, and a strange happening gives Daniel the chance not only to show Beto, but also his family and the entire school, what he is really made of.

Al fin en casa
Al fin en casa

Al fin en casa

$ 14.50

When the Patiño family moves from Mexico to the United States, Ana and her parents have to make adjustments. Ana quickly learns to fit in at school, and she also learns to speak English. She and her father, who works in a canning factory, practice their new language at home. The transition isn’t so easy for Ana’s mother, however. She spends most of her day at home with Ana’s young twin brothers and is afraid to learn English. Errands in the neighborhood often present problems and seemingly insurmountable challenges. Not until one of the twins gets sick does Mama realizes she, too, must adapt. Ana and her father support Mama as she attends night school to learn English, and they are there to celebrate with her when she succeeds.



Curation in Action

How Marie sees it:

- Addressing vulnerability

- Sharing feelings is important 

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- Nobody is alone

- Your feelings are normal

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