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Red Hot Salsa: Bilingual Poems on Being Young and Latino in the United States

By Lori M. Carlson (editor)

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Teen Latino poets tell us, in English and in Spanish, who they are, where they are, and what their hopes are for the future.

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This Train

By Paul Collicutt

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Trains in lots of colors and from lots of countries go about their daily work. JE Fic Col
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Elijah's Angel: A Story for Chanukah and Christmas

By Michael Rosen

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At Christmas-Hanukkah time, a Christian woodcarver gives a carved angel to a young Jewish friend, who struggles with accepting the Christmas gift until he realizes that friendship means the same thing in any religion.

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Stories from the Days of Christopher Columbus: A Multicultural Collection for Young Readers

By Richard Alan Young and Judy Dockrey Young

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A collection of traditional tales, fables, and legends from the cultures brought together or affected by the voyages of Columbus, including those of Spain, Portugal, Italy, and the mainland and island Indian tribes he encountered. Part of the American Storytelling series.

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I Love Saturdays Y Domingos

By Alma Flor Ada

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On Saturdays, a young girl gets to visit with her European-American grandmother and grandfather, and on Sunday (Domingo) she visits with her Mexican-American Abuelito and Abuelita. Each set of grandparents tell her stories and take her out for fun, and at each household she speaks a different language. Told in Spanish and English.
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Grandparents Song

By Sheila Hamanaka

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All the many cultures of grandparents in America are celebrated in this lovely, rhyming book.
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