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Luisita Cooks/Luisita Cocina by Dora Przybylek

Luisita asks her mom to teach her how to make fruit salad. Together, they choose different fruits, wash them, peel them, cut them and mix them all together in a bowl. Luisita's mom tells her exactly what to do and Luisita follows every direction. Luisita is very proud and happy because now she knows how to cook! Paperback
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Luisita is Sick/Luisita esta enferma by Dora Przybylek

Luisita feels very tired. She can't run and play with her friends as she usually does. The doctor tells Luisita's mom that Luisita has cancer. Luisita's mom explains to Luisita what it means to have cancer. Luisita follows several treatments. She is very patient. She learns a lot from her doctors, nurses and friends.Paperback
2018 International Latino Book Awards: Most Inspirational Children's Picture Book, Bilingual.
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Luisita Recycles/Luisita recicla by Dora Przybylek

Luisita learns how to take care of our planet by recycling plastic and cardboard items. She is surprised at the things she can do to protect the world we live in. She is happy to know that everyone can help, even little kids. Paperback
2020 International Latino Book Awards: Most Inspirational Children's Picture Book- Bilingual and Best Children's Picture Book Translation - Spanish to English.
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Luisita Rides her Bike/Luisita monta en bicicleta by Dora Przybylek

Luisita gets a big surprise from her dad. He has an enormous box waiting for her. It's a box all wrapped up in a pretty paper of many colors. Inside the box there is something that will make Luisita very happy: a bike! Her dad will then teach her how to ride it. She is very excited and learns how to ride her new bike very quickly. Paperback
2017 International Latino Book Awards: Best Children's Picture Book Translation.
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Luisita Travels/Luisita viaja by Dora Przybylek

Luisita and her parents travel to visit her parents' friends in Los Angeles. Luisita discovers many new things and befriends Albert. She also learns about people with disabilities. Luisita travels / Luisita viaja is a book about thoughtfulness and acceptance. Paperback
2019 International Latino Book Awards: MOST INSPIRATIONAL CHILDREN'S PICTURE BOOK - BILINGUAL.
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Magical Animals by Ian White

Leo is bored, wishing there was more magic in life. He gets a big surprise when a mysterious wizard appears and sweeps him away on an incredible whirlwind tour of the animal kingdom! Join the fun as they witness some amazing animal powers at work, from chameleon camouflage to sticky gecko feet, and visit beautiful habitats from the frozen Antarctic to the mighty mountains of the Himalayas. After this exciting adventure you'll have to agree with the wizard that life has a special magic all of its own. Paperback
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Maxwel and the Silly Sea Things by Kirk Shiflett

Meet Maxwell, a young boy with a very far out imagination. Maxwell’s adventures will take you to far off places, and never seen before imaginary creatures. Love your Pet! Paperback
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Mi Abuela is Sick by Jennifer Bisignano

Told from the perspective of an eight year old girl, this book focuses on a child who has a very sick grandmother. Mi Abuela is Sick deals with cancer, a subject that is difficult for many parents to talk about and moreover, give their children the appropriate answers to their questions. Explaining cancer to kids is not an easy task. This is a learning tool for children, parents and educators. It includes an educational page on how to talk to kids about this disease. Paperback
2015 PURPLE DRAGONFLY BOOK AWARDS, 2016 BEST EDUCATIONAL CHILDREN'S PICTURE BOOK LATINO BOOK AWARDS: MOST INSPIRATIONAL CHILDREN'S PICTURE BOOK - ENGLISH. 2018 Mom's Choice Awards, Gold Award.
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Mirror, Mirror by Barbara J. Freeman

"Mirror, Mirror" uses a fresh and modern approach to capture the reader's attention. Tina Thomas, a young girl of color, suffers from low self-esteem. She sits alone and glares into her old rickety mirror. The mirror rocks, shakes and shimmies! It has the loud voice of modern day rap! The mirror asks Tina, "Who is the prettiest girl that you can recall?" Tina cannot answer correctly until she is aware of her own history. Tina must recognize that all shades of brown skin are beautiful. This book teaches that beauty comes in all colors! Moreover, it teaches that beauty is not only the image we reflect outwards; it also reveals the respect and kindness that comes from our heart. Hardbound
2018 MOONBEAM CHILDREN'S BOOK AWARDS WINNER, MIND-BODY-SPIRIT/SELF-ESTEEM SILVER MEDAL WINNER.2019 International Book Awards, Literary Classics Seal of Approval.
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Miss Debbie Duck by Nan Mac

Miss Debbie Duck is an extraordinary duck with a heart of compassion and love for the fi ve little ducklings she adopts. She teaches her ducklings to believe in themselves and to find their passion to have a goal in life. Miss Debbie Duck knows it is a big world out there and that one day herlittle ducklings will be set free and have to conquer the world on their own. Paperback