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Where Are You From? (edição: 2019)

de Yamile Saied Méndez (Autor), Jaime Kim (Ilustrador)

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2019 Nerdies Fiction Picture Book Award Winner | Silver Medalist for Bank Street College of Education's Best Spanish Language Picture Books of the Year | Named one of Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2019 |A Mighty Girl's 2019 Book of the Year | Named one of New York Public Library's Best Books for Kids 2019  "Lyrical language and luminous illustrations. An ideal vehicle for readers to ponder and discuss their own identities." --Kirkus (starred review) "An enchanted, hand-in-hand odyssey [and] opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the many, many backgrounds, roots, histories, of those who live in these United States." --Shelf Awareness (starred review) "A much-needed title that is a first purchase for libraries and classrooms." --School Library Journal "This touching book addresses a ubiquitous question for children of color, and in the end, the closeness between the girl and Abuelo shows that no matter the questions, she knows exactly where she's from." --Booklist "Although the book begins as a gentle riposte to narrow cultural and ethnic categorizations, its conclusion reaches out to all readers, evoking both heritage and the human family." --Publishers Weekly This resonant picture book tells the story of one girl who constantly gets asked a simple question that doesn't have a simple answer. A great conversation starter in the home or classroom--a book to share, in the spirit of I Am Enough by Grace Byers and Keturah A. Bobo. When a girl is asked where she's from--where she's really from--none of her answers seems to be the right one. Unsure about how to reply, she turns to her loving abuelo for help. He doesn't give her the response she expects. She gets an even better one. Where am I from? You're from hurricanes and dark storms, and a tiny singing frog that calls the island people home when the sun goes to sleep.... With themes of self-acceptance, identity, and home, this powerful, lyrical picture book will resonate with readers young and old, from all backgrounds and of all colors--especially anyone who ever felt that they don't belong. A Spanish-language edition, ¿De dónde eres?, is also available.… (mais)
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Título:Where Are You From?
Autores:Yamile Saied Méndez (Autor)
Outros autores:Jaime Kim (Ilustrador)
Informação:HarperCollins (2019), Edition: Illustrated, 40 pages
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This sweet picture book would be a great easy introduction to how to talk about diversity with younger students. The unnamed young character is asked by other kids "where are you really from?" and she goes to ask her Abuelo. He tells her about all of the far off places in her history, noting a characteristic that could be a headscarf or a thunderstorm. A teacher might talk about a particular page, how her Abuelo talks about both the southern and northern hemispheres. He finishes with telling her that she's from the love of all of the people who dreamed of her.

A great jumping off point to talk about differences and similarities of people, the different places people live and the same love and care of families.
  stoehrkr | Jul 20, 2021 |
This is sweet picture book about a little girl who keeps getting asked where is she from. She asks her grandfather where she is from and he tells her she's from the river that feeds the land, from the mountains, and the ocean. He continues on telling her different places she from. She wants to know what place she is from. When he answers that he tells her she's from love, his love and all the love of her ancestors. This book is beautifully illustrated. The message is sweet and simple. When you read it out loud, it sounds like poetry. I think this book will resonate with many children and adults. ( )
  LauraCampbell7 | Jul 14, 2021 |
This book is a great book to read to students about "where they come from". In the book they talk about where you come from doesn't have to always mean where you were born and live but that where do you and your cultures come from. Such as ancestry. This young girl learns that from her grandpa who helps show and teaches her where she comes from.
  Ana_Coronado | Apr 19, 2021 |
This diverse picture book tells the story of a young young who is constantly asked about where she is from by adults and her peers. Every question is a microagression. She turns to her grandfather, Abuelo, for answers. He responds with scenarios and situations that encompass where she is from. The girl learns that she is from the heart of her ancestors. This book would be good to share with young readers during the beginning of a school year to build friendship and unity in the classroom. ( )
  Jeneshyia | Apr 18, 2021 |
This book can share a lesson that where you come from doesn't only have to be based on where you were born, what you look like, or who your family is. It can be where you are the happiest, where you are loved, or spend your time. I think this would be good for any level of elementary because kids can learn that they can be who they want to be and don't need to live on someone else story. ( )
  EmilyMcDonald | Feb 22, 2021 |
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2019 Nerdies Fiction Picture Book Award Winner | Silver Medalist for Bank Street College of Education's Best Spanish Language Picture Books of the Year | Named one of Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2019 |A Mighty Girl's 2019 Book of the Year | Named one of New York Public Library's Best Books for Kids 2019  "Lyrical language and luminous illustrations. An ideal vehicle for readers to ponder and discuss their own identities." --Kirkus (starred review) "An enchanted, hand-in-hand odyssey [and] opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the many, many backgrounds, roots, histories, of those who live in these United States." --Shelf Awareness (starred review) "A much-needed title that is a first purchase for libraries and classrooms." --School Library Journal "This touching book addresses a ubiquitous question for children of color, and in the end, the closeness between the girl and Abuelo shows that no matter the questions, she knows exactly where she's from." --Booklist "Although the book begins as a gentle riposte to narrow cultural and ethnic categorizations, its conclusion reaches out to all readers, evoking both heritage and the human family." --Publishers Weekly This resonant picture book tells the story of one girl who constantly gets asked a simple question that doesn't have a simple answer. A great conversation starter in the home or classroom--a book to share, in the spirit of I Am Enough by Grace Byers and Keturah A. Bobo. When a girl is asked where she's from--where she's really from--none of her answers seems to be the right one. Unsure about how to reply, she turns to her loving abuelo for help. He doesn't give her the response she expects. She gets an even better one. Where am I from? You're from hurricanes and dark storms, and a tiny singing frog that calls the island people home when the sun goes to sleep.... With themes of self-acceptance, identity, and home, this powerful, lyrical picture book will resonate with readers young and old, from all backgrounds and of all colors--especially anyone who ever felt that they don't belong. A Spanish-language edition, ¿De dónde eres?, is also available.

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