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Any day of the year is a good opportunity to shine a light on cultural productions that celebrate our heritage. Books are one of them.
We’re not just talking about the icons of classic Latin American literature but all the publications that bring the beauty of living a bilingual life to the table.
Have you thought about bilingual books for your children or those stories that tell the stories our children live every day?
Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered!
Check out these books by Latino authors that you can get at Walmart.
From the award-winning, Emmy-nominated bilingual preschool series “Canticos” comes “Little Chickies/Los Pollitos,” part of the “Canticos Bilingual Nursery Rhymes” collection. Based on the famous Spanish song “Los Pollitos Dicen,” sing and learn about a mother’s love in English and Spanish.
It’s the Day of the Dead, and children all over town are getting ready to celebrate our heritage. They decorate with colorful streamers, skulls, and pan de muerto. There are altars wrapped in cloth and covered with marigolds and flickering candles. Music fills the streets. Join the fun and festivities, learn about a different cultural tradition and brush up on your Spanish vocabulary as the people honor their deceased in a traditional and time-honored style.
Perfect Mexican daughters don’t go off to college. And they don’t move out of their parent’s house after graduating from high school. Perfect Mexican daughters never leave their families, or so it seems.
This National Book Award finalist and instant “New York Times” bestseller by Erika L. Sanchez brilliantly tells the story of Julia, “not your perfect Mexican daughter,” who loses her sister in a tragic accident. Julia is left behind to put the shattered pieces of her family back together. Still, no one seems to recognize that Julia is also broken. Instead, her mother seems to channel her grief to point out every possible way Julia has failed.
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