Children’s Literature

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Four Ways Children’s Literature Helps Language Learning

By- Kelli Drummer-Avendano By the time children start kindergarten, they will know approximately 5,000 words...

Two Spooky Stories for the Month of October

By Erika Semprun Do you like to celebrate October with creepy mystery tales? Norma has just the stories for...

Llora, corazón, pero no te rompas, un cuento para explicarle a los niños sobre la muerte

Por-Glenda Rosado En la vida pasamos por diferentes procesos que son difíciles de entender. Uno de ellos es la...

¡Lorenza, bájate del perro!: A Tale of Mischief

By- Erika Semprun ¡Lorenza, bájate del perro!, written by Toño Malpica and illustrated by Manuel Monroy, tells...

Dos Tomatillos: Our New Website Full of Books, Fun, and Lots of Adventures

We are very excited to introduce Dos tomatillos, the new Vista Higher Learning online store dedicated to children's...

Me encantan los Saturdays y los domingos, un libro sobre el amor y la diversidad en los Estados Unidos

Por- Glenda Rosado El libro Me encantan los Saturdays y los domingos de Alma Flor Ada, nos presenta a una niñita que...

Two Enchanting Tales for All Readers (ages 4+)

By- Erika Semprun #1- El susto de los fantasmas by Alma Flor Ada One late Halloween night, there’s a terrifying...

Children’s Literature: Three Great Summer Picks for Ages 4+

By- Erika Semprun El baúl de mis paseos by Liliana Cinetto (ages 4+) In Liliana Cinetto’s El baúl de mis...

Get to Know Bernardo de Gálvez — A Clever, History-filled Story that Everyone Will Enjoy

By- Erika Semprun Get to Know Bernardo de Gálvez tells the story of Teresa Valcarce, known in the book as Mary...

Twelve Ways to Integrate Storytelling in the Classroom

By- Angela Padrón  Storytelling is a powerful method of communication. It offers people the opportunity to connect...