Friends From the Other Side.
San Francisco and Emeryville, California: Children’s Book Press, 1993.
(A Mexican immigrant befriends an American girl. Written in English and Spanish).
N.Y.: Harper Collins, 1996.
(A Mexican family comes to the United States to work as farm laborers so that their children will have opportunities. The parents still consider Mexico their home).
Arroz Con Leche.
N.Y.: Scholastic Inc., 1989.
(A compilation of folk songs from Spanish-speaking countries).
Lewis, Thomas P.
Hill of Fire.
N.Y.: Harper Collins, 1971.
(A Mexican village is destroyed by a volcano)
Three Stalks of Corn.
N.Y.: Alladin, 1994.
(When Angelica’s grandmother explains the many uses of corn, the corn in her garden becomes cherished by her).
Uncle Nacho’s Hat.
China: Marwin, 1989.
(Uncle Nacho finds it hard to get rid of his old hat after his niece gives him a new one. She finally shows him how to make changes in his life).
Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Artists: Diego Rivera.
Chicago: Children’s Press, 1994.
(A great summary of Diego Rivera’s life on an elementary level. Great illustrations).