Good morning, everyone!
As you may have realized, I have been posting every Tuesday about books you can win simply by reading and commenting on the post! This series of Tuesday Giveaways, made possible by Alma Flor Ada and F. Isabel Campoy, is nine weeks long and truly offers something for every one of our readers!
Some of the books are bilingual or have Spanish and English versions. Some are accompanied by an audio recording of the author’s reading of the stories or sing-along music. Not to mention that the books span a variety of age groups. Here’s the schedule you can look forward to:
- September 8: Gathering the Sun: An Alphabet in Spanish and English, ¡Extra! ¡Extra! Noticias del Bosque Escondido, Ten Little Puppies/Diez perritos (Congratulations to Reina!)
- September 15: Vivir en dos idiomas and Yes! We are Latinos/¡Sí! Somos Latinos (Congratulations to Blanca!)
September 22: Dancing Home/Nacer bailando(Congratulations to Emily!) September 29: Me llamo María Isabel/ My Name is María Isabel(Congratulations to Erika R.!) October 6: The Malachite Palace, Jordi’s Star, The Unicorn of the West, AND Alma Flor’s Narration of Them (CD)(Congratulations to Maria!) October 13: The Gold Coin AND Alma Flor’s Narration (CD)(Congratulations to Veronica!) October 20: Arrullos de la sirena, The Rooster who went to his Uncle’s Wedding, The Three Golden Oranges, The Lizard and the Sun/La lagartija y el sol, Rosa Raposa(Congratulations to Kelly!) October 27: Tales our Abuelitas Told/Cuentos que contaban nuestras abuelas(Congratulations to Kevin!)
- November 24: Merry Navidad! (Keep an eye out for this giveaway happening soon!)
Each week, all you have to do is comment on the post, letting us know how the books could be useful to you either professionally or personally, and you are automatically entered to win! These are great opportunities to expand your libraries. We will even ship the materials right to you, at your preferred address! We hope you’re as excited about this giveaway as we are and we look forward to hearing your comments on each post!
We will be back soon with our Merry Navidad! post so stay tuned for that one on November 24!
13 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Tuesday Giveaways!”
Keep up the great work!
Thank you Melissa! And thank you for stopping by the blog! 🙂
I could definitely use these books when teaching my students about multicultural children’s books. I teach children’s literature to future elementary school teachers.
Hi Erika! Thanks for stopping by the blog! I will enter your name into this weeks giveaway! 🙂
I use books in my classroom and provide free voluntary reading time for my students. My classes are a combination of students in the regular classroom and students at other sites through Interactive Distance Learning. My classes have grown so much that it is difficult to send many books to all sites. I would love to win and be able to add to my Spanish library!
Hi Karen! Thanks so much for the comment and for stopping by the blog. I will enter you into this week’s drawing! Be sure to check out the other great online and print resources we feature here on the blog, too! 🙂
I would love to add this to my classroom library!
Thanks for the comment Alicia! I will add you to this week’s drawing. 🙂
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Love the information this blog offers in new reading for children! Getting Bilingual books into our classrooms in Oklahoma is so important as our community has so many Spanish speaking children in our schools and would love to have our English speaking children start to learn and loving Spanish at a much younger age! The last sentence of your blog says it all for me, “these books offer great themes such as oral histories, kindness, families, faith, loyalty, and friendship, among many others”. Even if I don’t win these books I will be getting them for my nephew’s classroom and I’ll keep trying until I do!!
Thanks so much for stopping by the blog! I have you entered in this weeks giveaway! 🙂 It’s great to hear that your nephew could use these books in his classroom. We hope you’ll pass along the blog information so he can make use of the other great resources made available here, too. 🙂
What a beautiful give away! I am an elementary Spanish teacher at two schools. While I love teaching Spanish, I ADORE sharing aspects of culture with the students I teach. Beautiful books like these do just that! Keep up the amazing work !
Thank you for stopping by the blog and commenting! I have you entered into the drawing for this week and we will be announcing the winner shortly! 🙂 Be sure to check out the other great resources on our page as well!