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This book inspired me as a kid!! I love the idea of having lots of dresses of all sorts.

This book inspired me as a kid!! I love the idea of having lots of dresses of all sorts.

22 Books You Should Read Now, Based On Your Childhood Favorites

22 Books You Should Read Now, Based On Your Childhood Favorites

Fishpond NZ, Anne of Green Gables: Centenary Edition by L M Montgomery. Buy Books online: Anne of Green Gables: Centenary Edition, ISBN L.

I'm learning all about Little House in the Big Woods (Revised) (Hardcover) at @Influenster!

I'm learning all about Little House in the Big Woods (Revised) (Hardcover) at @Influenster!

Top 10:  Best Latino American Children’s Books (ages 2-16) :: PragmaticMom

Top 10: Best Latino American Children’s Books (ages 2-16)

Teaching Kids About Veterans Day: Resources and Ideas

Teaching Kids About Veterans Day: Resources and Ideas

H Is for Honor: A Millitary Family Alphabet by Devin Scillian - Presents a children's A to Z alphabet book on military families, explaining experiences of military children, the different branches, and other related topics.

cool books for latino kids | ... Gwendolyn Zepeda in 2009 depicts a great Hispanic Christmas tradition

cool books for latino kids | ... Gwendolyn Zepeda in 2009 depicts a great Hispanic Christmas tradition

Thirteen Dia Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Books for Kindergarteners - A holiday celebrated in Mexico each year on November 1st and 2nd.

Thirteen Dia Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Books for Kindergarteners - A holiday celebrated in Mexico each year on November 1st and 2nd.

From the opening "Waking Up Song" to the final bedtime tune, "The Song of El Coqui," this collection features games, counting rhymes, and riddles as well as familiar children's songs from the author's native Puerto Rico. Taken from classrooms and playgrounds, each selection is accompanied by a brief footnote that explains cultural background or clarifies differences in Puerto Rican Spanish.

From the opening "Waking Up Song" to the final bedtime tune, "The Song of El Coqui," this collection features games, counting rhymes, and riddles as well as familiar children's songs from the author's native Puerto Rico. Taken from classrooms and playgrounds, each selection is accompanied by a brief footnote that explains cultural background or clarifies differences in Puerto Rican Spanish.

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