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Two White Rabbits de Jairo Buitrago
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Two White Rabbits (edição: 2015)

de Jairo Buitrago (Autor), Rafael Yockteng (Ilustrador), Elisa Amado (Tradutor)

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A young child describes what it is like to be a migrant as she and her father travel north toward the U.S. border. They travel mostly on the roof of a train known as The Beast, but the little girl doesn't know where they are going. She counts the animals by the road, the clouds in the sky, the stars. Sometimes she sees soldiers. She sleeps, dreaming that she is always on the move, although sometimes they are forced to stop and her father has to earn more money before they can continue their journey.… (mais)
Membro:Jessica.Kirkland
Título:Two White Rabbits
Autores:Jairo Buitrago (Autor)
Outros autores:Rafael Yockteng (Ilustrador), Elisa Amado (Tradutor)
Informação:Groundwood Books (2015), 32 pages
Coleções:Sua biblioteca
Avaliação:****
Etiquetas:picture book, grades k-4, multi-cultural, Latin, Latino, diversity, immigration, travel, family

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Two White Rabbits de Jairo Buitrago

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Book shows a good story of a lifestyle many Mexican-Americans face every day. Great artwork and easy to read at any age. ( )
  EverettDowdy | Mar 8, 2021 |
I am not too sure if I actually enjoyed this entire book. I enjoyed the imagination of the daughter as she counted everything she saw as she and her father traveled to the U.S border, however, I felt no true story to it. This book can be read at the 2nd-grade level.
  Ana_Coronado | Mar 8, 2021 |
This is a book for primary or intermediate students. This book is told from the view of a little girl who is travelling with her father to the United States, from their home country. As they travel the little girl keeps her mind preoccupied by counting the things she sees around her, such as the clouds and stars and becoming friends with a little boy who gives her two rabbits to take with them. While this book is helpful in how it shows a father taking care of his daughter and the creative mind of a young child, it is also helpful in showing the challenges of leaving your home country for another country, as the father and daughter are seen sleeping outside, riding on top of a train, and running away from soldiers. I would use this book to help my students see what people who are refugees may face and to help develop empathy and compassion in them for what another person may have experienced in their past.
  ledambrockman | Mar 6, 2021 |
This is a really touching story about the journey of a father and daughter as they immigrate from Mexico looking for work and a new place to call home. It does a really good job at showing the child like innocence of the daughter and the worried sternness love of the father as they make their way from place to place. ( )
  RaeganZuyus | Feb 22, 2021 |
This book greatly portrays the concept of what a refugee family's life could look like while traveling from their home in Mexico to Central America. This is a sweet and heartfelt story of a young Mexican girl who travels with the possibility of him trying to find work. Along her travels, she finds joy in the little things they are presented with and shares her feelings of what her life feels like. This book is great for elementary school children, specifically geared more towards 3rd grade because there are very few words but the concept might be harder to grasp if younger. The illustrations are beautifully crafted and well thought out. The authors and one illustrator are speaking and sharing on behalf of their home country. ( )
  AliyaChin | Feb 22, 2021 |
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A young child describes what it is like to be a migrant as she and her father travel north toward the U.S. border. They travel mostly on the roof of a train known as The Beast, but the little girl doesn't know where they are going. She counts the animals by the road, the clouds in the sky, the stars. Sometimes she sees soldiers. She sleeps, dreaming that she is always on the move, although sometimes they are forced to stop and her father has to earn more money before they can continue their journey.

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