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    ePUB I Love Saturdays y Domingos Reading Free read I Love Saturdays y Domingos Both the text the narrative and the colourfully fun illustrations are evocative and engaging a heartwarming presentation and depiction of a loving inter and multiethnic extended family The voice of the young narrator a little girl who spends Saturdays with her European American paternal grandparents and Sundays los domingos with

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    Free read î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook î Alma Flor Ada ePUB I Love Saturdays y Domingos Reading The girl narrator of this story likes Saturdays because she visits her father’s parents and Sundays because that’s when she visits her mother’s parents and then for her birthday both sides of the family come together to celebrateI really wish there had been a glossary of Spanish words in the back of the book or an English Spanish Spa

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    Free read î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook î Alma Flor Ada ePUB I Love Saturdays y Domingos Reading The little girl in this story visits her Grandma and Grandpa on Saturdays and her Abuelito y Abuelita on Domingos Sundays

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    ePUB I Love Saturdays y Domingos Reading This is a cute story about the integration of two cultures; a little girl’s European American ancestry and her Mexican American ancestry In this book a little girl spends Saturdays with her European American grandparents On Sundays the girl spends time with her Mexican American grandparents abuelito grandfather and abuelita grandmother who is actually Native AmericanThroughout the story the little girl spe

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    Free read I Love Saturdays y Domingos ePUB I Love Saturdays y Domingos Reading I liked the integration of Spanish words into the text and how the pages alternated back and forth between the child spending time with her two sets of grandparents The part of this book that made me uncomfortable were the few pages featuring

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    ePUB I Love Saturdays y Domingos Reading Free read î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook î Alma Flor Ada Alma Flor Ada î 4 Read Award winning author Alma Flor Ada’s children’s book I Love Saturdays y domingos is a heart warming story the depicts the love and affection the book’s young narrator has for her families heritage Through out the book the narrator describes the experiences she shares with both her European American grandpar

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    ePUB I Love Saturdays y Domingos Reading This book was featured as one of the selections for the September 2011 Grandparents themed reads for the Picture Book Club in the Children's Books Group here at GoodreadsI had actually placed this on my to read list way back in April based on a recommendation by Gundula I hadn't gotten around to it until just now though It's a very interesting story and depicts the different tastes cultures and histories of a little girl's two set

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    ePUB I Love Saturdays y Domingos Reading Free read I Love Saturdays y Domingos Summary I Love Saturdays y Domingos was written for primary students The author Alma Flor Ada did a wonderful job integrating the American and

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    ePUB I Love Saturdays y Domingos Reading I don't think there are too many picture books out there that so seamlessly incorporates two different ethnic backgrounds Alma Flor Ada has perfectly balanced this story between the English speaking grandparents and the Spanish speaking grandparents In fact the balance is so carefully and evenly maintained that it felt a little forced to me and made the story feel not uite as real Although the love between b

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    Free read î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook î Alma Flor Ada Alma Flor Ada î 4 Read ePUB I Love Saturdays y Domingos Reading A little girl spends Saturdays with her Grandpa and Grandma They are her father's parents Her Grandparents tell stories of coming to America from Europe selling newspapers in New York City and relatives traveling to California in a large wagon They have a pet cat play with balloons and look at fish in a tank Los Domingos the little

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I don t think there are too many picture books out there that so seamlessly incorporates two different ethnic backgrounds Alma Flor Ada has perfectly balanced this story between the English speaking grandparents and the Spanish speaking grandparents In fact the balance is so carefully *and evenly maintained that it felt a ittle *evenly maintained that it felt a ittle to me and made the story feel not uite as real Although the ove between both sets of grandparents and their granddaughter felt very real I Maaf Jika Aku Tak Sempurna liked that part of the story aotI also iked how the Spanish vocabulary was incorporated into the story That felt very authentic as well The translations to the Spanish text were worked so seamlessly into the story that the Spanish text were worked so seamlessly into the story that might not realize that s what they are I do agree with other reviewers who have felt that it would have been nice to have a ist of Spanish vocabulary words used in the story Overall this is a nice story about the grandparentgrandchild relationship incorporating two ethnic backgrounds Pair this with The Hello Goodbye Window by Norton Juster 35 stars Award winning author Alma Flor Ada s children s book I Love Saturdays y domingos is a heart warming story the depicts the ove and affection the book s young narrator has for her families heritage Through out the book the narrator describes the experiences she shares

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both her European American and her Mexican American grandparents on Saturdays and Sundays or domingos respectively She weaves the components of her family together by sharing with the reader parallel activities and experiences she has with her grandparents For example she describes how her European American grandma makes her e The ittle girl in this story visits her Grandma and Grandpa on Saturdays and her Abuelito y Abuelita on Domingos Sundays This book cleverly incorporates Spanish words by doing a kind of parallel story where the girl does something on Saturday in English and then on Sunday we see a similar activity or subject reflected but with Spanish words Through it all though is the Freeing The Baltic love she has for and receives from both sets of grandparents In the end a birthday party brings them all together too A very sweet and engaging story Aittle girl spends Saturdays with her Grandpa and Grandma They are her father s parents Her Grandparents tell stories of coming to America from Europe selling newspapers in New York City and relatives traveling to California in a arge wagon They have a pet cat play with balloons and ook at fish in a tank Los Domingos the Sveriges Historia Vol 6 little girl spends time with her Abuelito y Abuelita They are her mother s parents They tell stories about Mexico working on a rancho and having ties to American Indians They have a pet dog fly a kite and go to the circus But they all come together to celebrate theittle girl s birthdayI really enjoyed this story Children will be able to make connections to the grandparents family stories and traditions There are ots of Spanish phrases which adds to the cultural elements of the book and could inspire readers to earn This book was featured as one of the selections for the September 2011 Grandparents themed reads for the Picture Book Club in the Children s Books Group here at GoodreadsI had actually placed this on my to read Denali Guidebook To Hiking Photography And Camping In Denali National Park Alaska list way back in April based on a recommendation by Gundula I hadn t gotten around to it until just now though It Saturdays and Sundays are very special days for the child in this story On Saturdays she visits Grandma and Grandpa who come from a European American background and on Sundaysos domingos she visits Abuelito y Abuelita who are Mexican Ame. I Love Saturdays y DomingosYs and visiting her Abuelito and Abuelita on domingos Sundays *When she talks about her Grandma and Grandpa the text is written in English and when she talks about her *she talks about her Grandma and Grandpa the text is written in English and when she talks about her with her other grandparents the text is written in Spanish and English The young girl ooks forward to both visits and the descriptions of her times with each family accurately depicts both cultures At the end of the story Alma Flor Ada beautifully brings both sides of the family together to celebrate her birthday Both cultures are honored as the family sings happy birthday in Spanish and EnglishReview This multicultural picture book does a wonderful job of integrating the Mexican American cultures By having the child visit her grandparents and celebrating her birthday many children can relate to her character Although I speak very ittle Spanish I was able to understand the Spanish in the book because it parallels the English text The ink and watercolor illustrations are eye catching and also do a wonderful job of showing the characters feelings and ove towards her family I would highly recommend using this book with students
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a way to discuss families and even specifically ethnically diverse families I iked the integration of Spanish words into the text and how the pages alternated back and forth between the child spending time with her two sets of grandparents The part of this book that made me uncomfortable were the few pages featuring the circus The Fundamentos Da Filosofia Esotrica little girl talked about how sheoved seeing the mama and baby elephant the giraffes Poles Apart lions and tigers in theive circus When we reached this part in the story it provided a great opportunity to explain to my daughter why circuses create a very unnatural and cruel ife for animals It saddens me to read so many picture books where joy is expressed at seeing captured wild animals imprisoned in zoos and circuses The expressed at seeing captured wild animals imprisoned in zoos and circuses The narrator of this story ikes Saturdays because she visits her father s parents and Sundays because that s when she visits her mother s parents and then for her birthday both sides of the family come together to celebrateI really wish there had been a glossary of Spanish words in the back of the book or an English Spanish Spanish English dictionarytranslation but I m ambivalent about that given that I figured out all but a couple Spanish words on my own and my knowledge of Spanish is paltry So the story did an excellent job of making the Spanish word meanings clear and I l assume the English words as wellOne side of this girl s family is European American and the other is Mexican American and Native American too Some family history is told via the grandparents telling stories about their backgrounds to their granddaughterThis is a terrific book for children earning English or Spanish for bilingual children and for multi cultural childrenBut the best part of this book is the story It s a sweet story about Dark Days love between grandparents and grandchild the affection shown transcends the cultural heritage of the family members It s aovely family story about a oved and oving Jennifer Kries Pilates Plus Method little girlI thoroughly enjoyed the illustrations I particularlyoved the scenes with the girl and her grandparents pets The colors used were incredibly pleasing to the eye I Katie Morag Of Course loved the matching dresses at the end and Ioved the girl s favorite color too The illustrations perfectly complemented the story. Parents' pasts and celebrate her birthday the depth and joy of both cultures are conveyed in Spanish and English This affirmation of both heritages will speak to all children who want to know about their own families and ethnic backgrounds. A very interesting story and depicts the different tastes cultures and histories of a ittle girl s two sets of grandparents In this story she spends Saturdays with one set and Sundays or domingos with The Other She Loves Them Both Very other She oves them both very and enjoys spending time with them It depicts them as having similar interests ike circuses pets and fish although different in a ot of ways too One set of grandparents seems to be active and outdoorsy than the other and that could serve as an opportunity to explain to young childr This is a cute story about the integration of two cultures a Walt Whitman little girl s European American ancestry and her Mexican American ancestry In this book aittle girl spends Saturdays with her European American grandparents On Sundays the girl spends time with her Mexican American grandparents abuelito grandfather and abuelita grandmother who is actually Native AmericanThroughout the story the Buzz little girl spends time with her grandparents andearns about her family s cultures While we follow out narrator to the circus and the pier share stories from narrator to the circus and the pier share stories from grandparents pasts and celebrate her birthday the presence and enjoyment of both cultures is evidentWhat I really appreciate about this story is the way both European American grandparents and Mexican American grandparents enjoy similar *activities This notion provides a nice compare and contrast of cultures In this story we see *This notion provides a nice compare and contrast of cultures In this story we see European American grandparents have a cat while Mexican American grandparents have a dog Another example of the compare and contrast is the European American grandparents make scrambled eggs and pancakes for breakfast while the Mexican American grandparents make huevos rancheros By examining the activities the narrator does with her different grandparents the author establishes the universal Cruisin With The Tooz language of what being a grandparent is all about feeding the grandchild and playing with them while keeping their identities separateMy favorite moment of the story is when the narrator receives a dress from her European American grandparents on her birthday and the same dress for her doll from her Mexican American grandparents This shows the reader that though the grandparents may be from different backgrounds theines of communication are open Overall I Love Saturdays y domingos delivers a solid message of acceptance Though I found the illustrations to be a Neuropedagogik En Skola Fr Hela Hjrnan little pedestrian they capture the enjoyment that the narrator gets from being with heroved ones The illustrations also add to the comprehension of the story when the narrator speaks about her Mexican American grandparents since the Spanish Silahtarn Baheleri language is intermixed with English Both the text the narrative and the colourfully fun illustrations are evocative and engaging a heartwarming presentation and depiction of aoving inter and multiethnic extended family The voice of the young narrator a Juliet little girl who spends Saturdays with her European American paternal grandparents and Sundaysos domingos with her Mexican American maternal grandparents shines brightly and demonstrates the child s Flame Bionics 5 love and affect Summary I Love Saturdays y Domingos was written for primary students The author Alma Flor Ada did a wonderful job integrating the American and Mexican cultures into this picture book A young girl talks about her experiences of visiting her grandma and grandpa s house on Saturda. Rican While the two sets of grandparents are different in many ways they also have a great deal in common in particular theirove for their granddaughter While we follow our narrator to the circus and the pier share stories from her grand. ,

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