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Mariama: Diferente pero igual

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Everything’s new for Mariama after a long journey by car, train, boat, and plane from Africa. She’s going to discover a world where the streets, her school, and the food are all different. But what about the people?


A beautiful tale about identity, the process of integration, and solidarity.


Are you ready to meet Mariama and play with her?

Mariama: Diferente pero igual

El sueño de Chocolate

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Our pets form a very special part of our lives. They deserve all of our love and respect. But unfortunately, the number of animals who are abandoned and mistreated continues to grow.


Chocolate’s Dream is the tale of a little dog who is looking for a home. This is a story to help make children and adults aware of the need to respect our pets, and to be responsible and care for the animals who give us all of their unconditional love and loyalty.

El sueño de Chocolate

Invasores extraterrestres (Spanish)

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Bugs in the garden? Or are they alien invaders? A curious child compares small garden creatures to what he knows of space invaders. Antennas? Shiny armor and helmets? Are these Earth dwellers or something ‘out of this world’? Creepy crawlers abound in wacky, far–out colored pencil illustrations.

Invasores extraterrestres (Spanish)

El Señor Marmota quiere el dia libre (Spanish)

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Mr. Groundhog tries to give his Groundhog Day duties away. He does not want to be blamed for six more weeks of winter anymore. He asks his friends to take on the responsibilities, but they are not interested. Instead, one by one his friends show him how he is perfectly suited to the role. As the day progresses, Mr. Groundhog finds a way to enjoy his special day. Watercolors, and at times acrylic paints, are built up in layers followed with colored pencils, which add texture to the painting.

El Señor Marmota quiere el dia libre (Spanish)

Rumpelstiltskin (Spanish)

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This striking addition to Chronicle's successful bilingual book series introduces children to the universally loved stories Rumpelstiltskin. Retold in both Spanish and English, classic fairy tales provide young readers with a fun way to learn to recognize words in both languages. Easy-to-follow text coupled with gorgeous illustrations make it a wonderful addition to the home or classroom library.

Rumpelstiltskin (Spanish)

Malo para ellos, bueno para mi (Spanish)

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In Spanish! Everything bad that happens to Noah's parents turns out to be good in this delightful interactive story about opposites.

Malo para ellos, bueno para mi  (Spanish)

Una casa para la ardilla Perla (Spanish)

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Pearl learns about the different types of homes and habitats in which her woodland friends live and play. Diversity is explored and championed in this tale of self-appreciation. Home is where the heart is.

In Spanish

Una casa para la ardilla Perla   (Spanish)

El primer invierno de Luis, el cardenal (Spanish)

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Continuing the Solomon Raven series, Lewis Cardinal is confused as his woodland friends get ready for winter. Should he stay or go? Solomon explains hibernation and migration, leading Lewis to understand the process of change and friendship.
In Spanish

El primer invierno de Luis, el cardenal (Spanish)

Jaimito pijama (Spanish)

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Tommy has outgrown his favorite pajamas, his Jimmy Jammers. Where will he find a new pair? This dilemma leads to an imaginative search, a bit of mischief, and a solution from Tommy’s trusty Gramma.

In Spanish

Jaimito pijama (Spanish)

Si yo pudiera (Spanish)

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A young boy imagines what he might do or be, if only he could. Fantasy combines with the everyday world through an adventurous flight of fancy. Sometimes it’s best to be just who you are.

In Spanish

Si yo pudiera (Spanish)

Ves el circo. Yo veo... (Spanish)

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In Spanish!

A young acrobat shows his friends around the big top, but all is not as it seems. His uncle, the strongman, always manages to lose their wrestling matches. The scary-looking tattooed man is a regular Joe who likes to pull funny practical jokes. And the daring trapeze artists make their son do homework just like everyday parents! Lively watercolors capture the excitement of the circus and the coziness of home.

Ves el circo. Yo veo...   (Spanish)

La bruja de los dientes estaba aburrida (Spanish)

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In Spanish! Before there was a Tooth Fairy...there was a tooth witch. For 600 years she spent each night collecting teeth children lost as they grew up. But now she is getting bored. And she is becoming careless. She keeps dropping her bag of teeth. She needs help...Abracadabra comes to the rescue! Hop along onto her broomstick and join in her exciting adventure.

La bruja de los dientes estaba aburrida (Spanish)

Cuenta con el béisbol (Spanish)

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In Spanish!! Step up to the plate with this counting book about America's favorite pastime. The Baseball Counting Book is spring training for little sluggers. The count is zero to zero when the ump calls, "Play ball!" Nine innings later we've counted balls, strikes, players, fans, and more, all the way to twenty. No one strikes out with these fun rhymes. Little leaguers will find themselves counting their way through practice and pointing out all the new things they've learned about this great game when they watch the pro's on TV or at the parks.

Cuenta con el béisbol (Spanish)

Sí, se puede! / Yes, We Can! (Spanish)

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Carlitos’ mother is a janitor. Every night while he sleeps, his mother cleans in one of the skyscrapers in downtown L.A. One night, his mamá explains that she can’t make enough money to support him and his abuelita the way she needs to unless she makes more money as a janitor. She and the other janitors have decided to go on strike. Will he support her and help her all he can? Of course, Carlitos wants to help but he cannot think of a way until he sees his mother on TV making a speech in support of the strike. Finally, Carlitos knows how he can show his mamá how proud he is of her.

Sí, se puede! / Yes, We Can! (Spanish)

Spoon for Every Bite, A (Spanish/English)

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The rich man laughed aloud. "You had only two spoons! And you bought a third one for me to eat with! Why, I have so many spoons I could us a different one each day of the year if I wished to."

Spoon for Every Bite, A (Spanish/English)

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