Argentinean American

The Secret Side of Empty

Posted by on Jan 22, 2018 in Ages 12 and up, Argentinean American, North America, Theme: #OwnVoices, Theme: Bi-racial Identity, Theme: Building Futures, Theme: Citizenship, Theme: Community, Theme: Cultural Differences, Theme: Cultural Identity, Theme: Deportation, Theme: Family Relationships, Theme: Identity, Theme: Immigration, Theme: Undocumented Immigration, United States | Comments Off on The Secret Side of Empty

The Secret Side of Empty

The Secret Side of Empty By Maria Andreu Published by Running Press Book Publishers Age Range: 12+ Find a copy at Amazon | IndieBound | B&N | Worldcat A”ndreu’s debut novel paints a realistic, yet hopeful, portrayal of the challenges of undocumented immigrants.”  —VOYA Description As a straight-A student with a budding romance and loyal best friend, M.T.’s life seems as apple-pie American as her blondish hair and pale skin. But M.T. hides two facts to the contrary: her full name of Monserrat Thalia and her status as an undocumented immigrant. With senior year of high...

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Life, After

Posted by on Jun 25, 2013 in Ages 12 and up, Argentina, Argentinean American, Jewish, South American, Theme: Family Death, Theme: Family Relationships, Theme: Immigration, Theme: Multicultural Friendship | Comments Off on Life, After

Life, After

Life, After By Sarah Darer Littman Published by Scholastic Press Bank Street College of Education Best Books of the Year, 2011 Sydney Taylor Honor Book for Teens, 2011 [Life, After] shows a place and part of recent history left mostly unexamined in YA literature, highlighting an act of terrorism in Argentina and a Latin American immigrant.” –Rhona Campbell, School Library Journal Find a copy at Amazon | IndieBound | B&N   Description Dani’s life in Argentina—private school, a boyfriend, a loving family—is crumbling quickly. To escape from a country in crisis, where it feels...

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No English

Posted by on Jun 25, 2013 in Ages 04 and up, Argentinean American, South American, Theme: Immigration, Theme: Learning English, Theme: Multicultural Friendship | Comments Off on No English

No English

No English By Jacqueline Jules Illustrated by Amy Huntington Published by Spry Publishing/Mitten Press “…This gentle story succeeds in showing that there is much for children coming from other countries to get used to in school, which means that settling down to formal learning is a gradual process that requires a lot of respect and understanding.” –Aline Pereira, Paper Tigers Find a copy at Amazon | IndieBound | B&N   Description “No English” is all that Blanca, the new girl from Argentina, says. She spends her time drawing pictures instead of doing class work and...

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