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Top 10 Books For Parents Raising Bilingual Children

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To continue the celebration of books, today we’d like to share with you a list of ten resourceful books to keep inspiring your bilingual journey.  OK, we know just the thought of reading A book these days is a daunting task, much less ten.  Don´t panic, this is just a list for you to keep in your personal archive and refer to when you need some extra advice and/or expert encouragement. ...

Why it’s a Good Idea to Hold Off Potty Training for a Month

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Sorry…this giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to the winner-Jennifer Short. Although we are – THANK GOD – past this stage at our house, some of you might be thinking about starting potty training or maybe are in the middle of it right now and if you are Latina, you might be able to relate to the following story. Besides, I’ll be going through it all over again soon, as I am four months pregnant with my second child!! So, IRead More ...

Video of the Week||El Baile de las Vacas

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Warning: Your kid will jump, dance, twirl, move her arms all around, ask for more (and más and more…) and make YOU sweat like a vaca! I’m not kidding here. This thing is addictive. ...

Use Bilingual and Bicultural Literature to Enhance Language Learning

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Week of Mamás Blogueras has turned out to be much more enriching and inspiring than we ever imagined.  We count ourselves lucky to have grouped such an amazing and talented group of blogueras. Today’s post by Mónica is no exception.  She´s done a great job introducing herself, so I’ll let you read it from her own words.  I do want to add that the Latin Baby Book Club was one of the first blogs we found while doing our researchRead More ...

5 Ways to Strengthen an Adopted Child’s Heritage and Identity

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Week of Mamás Blogueras is going strong and we couldn’t be happier with the stories these amazing women have posted. If you missed the first two entries in this series, you can click here and here to catch up. Today’s post is by poet and writer, Violeta García-Mendoza. Violeta and her husband adopted three children from Guatemala and have made a commitment to raise them bilingual and bicultural with strong connections to their heritage. So much to admire about thisRead More ...

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