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About: Roxana A. Soto

Roxana is a bilingual and bicultural mamá to Vanessa, an inquisitive second-grader, and Santiago, an adventurous preKindie – both of whom are growing up between two worlds and in two languages. A long-time journalist, Roxana oversees SpanglishBaby's editorial content.

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Yo Quiero Links!

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Here’s our list of newspaper articles, blog entries and other info regarding multiculturism that we found interesting this week. There’s education again, at the top of the list, but there’s also some giveaways and a even a controversy about a bilingual doll! ...

Jorge Ramos…On Raising Bilingual Children

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This contest is now closed. Congratulations to the winner of this great book: Michelle. I was pretty excited when I found out journalist Jorge Ramos had written his first children’s book last year and I was even happier when I found it at my local library. As a fellow journalist, I have always admired the work of Ramos–Univision Network’s nightly news veteran anchor–and although I have only read a couple of his books, (he’s written eight), I’ve always been interestedRead More ...

Yo Quiero Links!

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¡Hola! Here’s this week’s list of links we think you might be interested in checking out. There’s a little bit of everything…Enjoy! 1. Maria del Rey: Giveaway! — Join Latin Grammy Nominee Maria Del Rey on a fun, bilingual exploration of exciting, beautiful children’s songs and stories from Latin America. A perfect introduction for kids, families and educators to the varied and rich cultures of Latin America. ...

I bet you know some of these songs…

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Just a few lines to say hola and to tell you all that today I’m actually a guest blogger over at Latin Baby Book Club and I would love it if you went over there to check out my entry about an awesome book called, Pon, pon: A jugar con el bebé! ...

Yo Quiero Links!

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¡Hola a todos! Here’s this week’s roundup of links you might find interesting. There weren’t a whole lot this first seven days of March, although NBC’s Nightly News week-long series on Hispanics in the U.S., definitely count as more than just one! Enjoy… 1. We the People — Hispanic families balance tradition, languages. This is just one of several reports NBC aired this past week on the largest and fastest-growing minority in the country: Hispanics. The network reported on education,Read More ...

The Culture of Food

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Although I had every intention, I have to admit I failed miserably when it came to cooking for Vanessa when it was time for her to be fed something other than breast milk. I had envision steamers, veggies, blenders and sieves, and even though I did make her a few purées and cereals, the truth is I eventually fell for the convenience of baby food jars. Years before my daughter was born, mi Papá used to brag all the timeRead More ...

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