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A Kid's Guide to Latino History: More Than 50 Activities
Contributor(s): Petrillo, Valerie (Author)

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ISBN: 1556527713     ISBN-13: 9781556527715
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
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Binding Type: Paperback - See All Available Formats & Editions
Published: August 2009
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Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Juvenile Nonfiction | People & Places - United States - Hispanic | Latino
- Juvenile Nonfiction | History - United States - General
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Activity Books - General
Dewey: 973.046
LCCN: 2008040433
Age Level: 7-13
Grade Level: 2-8
Series: Kid's Guide to ...
Physical Information: 0.47" H x 10.96" W x 8.48" (1.29 lbs) 214 pages
Themes:
- Ethnic Orientation - Latino
Features: Bibliography, Glossary, Ikids, Illustrated, Index, Maps, Price on Product, Table of Contents
Review Citations: Booklist 06/01/2009 pg. 53
Kirkus Review - Children 07/15/2009
School Library Journal 08/01/2009 pg. 125
 
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Publisher Description:
Featuring hands-on activities, games, and crafts that introduce children to the diversity of Latino culture, this guide teaches them about the people, experiences, and events that have shaped Hispanic American history. Broken down into sections covering descendants from Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and Central and South America, topics include Spanish colonial history; the missions and early settlements in Florida, Arizona, New Mexico, California, and Texas; the Santa Fe Trail and the United States-Mexican War of 1848; immigration; and the plight of migrant farm workers. Sidebars focus on famous Latinos and language lessons, while projects highlight arts, games, food, clothing, unique celebrations, and folklore. Kids can fill Mexican "cascarones" for Easter, learn to dance the "merengue" from the Dominican Republic, write a short story using magical realism to learn about the literature of Colombia, make a Cuban sandwich, and create Guatemalan worry dolls. A time line, glossary, teacher's guide, and recommendations for Latino books, movies, museums, and websites round out this multicultural excursion.
 
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