Across the world, families are crossing borders in search of a resting place where their children can be safe and go to school.
Posts Tagged: Immigrants in Picture Books
Congratulations to the winner of my first August Giveaway – Amazing Books to Help Students Meet New Americans. One Good Thing about America by Ruth Freeman goes to a teacher in New Hampshire. This week, it’s a story of migrations for the youngest of readers, Duncan Tonathiu’s Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote. It’s an award winning…
I lead book club discussions with English language learners. Today I’m beginning to post images from books we read along with a taste of our discussions. Italian emigrants, 1900, say good-bye to Grandmother who remains behind, and calling, “You’ll eat the food there and forget your home.”*