Moony LunaLuna Lunita Lunera [E–pub/E–book]

  • Hardcover
  • 32
  • Moony LunaLuna Lunita Lunera
  • Jorge Argueta
  • Multiple languages
  • 10 August 2019
  • 9780892392056

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SUMMARY Moony LunaLuna Lunita Lunera î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB P of kids make Luna glad she made the right decision Written in English and Spanish Ages 5. Luna is a five year old getting ready to go to school for the first time She is absolutely convinced that there are monsters at school that are going to get her She soon finds out school isn t as bad as she thought it would be Great for the first day of school

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SUMMARY Moony LunaLuna Lunita Lunera î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ll have a great time she agrees to give it a try An understanding teacher and a great grou. This is a great option for kids who are nervous about starting school The dual EnglishSpanish text could also be a great starting point for introducing kids to other languages The illustrations are adorable and I love how the little monster from the story Luna s mom read to her ends up following her around throughout her first day Pandora understanding teacher and a great grou. This is a great option for kids who are nervous about starting school The dual EnglishSpanish text could also be a great starting point for introducing kids to other languages The illustrations are adorable and I love how the little monster from the story Luna s mom read to her ends Anayurt Oteli up following her around throughout her first day

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SUMMARY Moony LunaLuna Lunita Lunera î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Luna isn't at all sure she wants to go to school But when her parents assure her that she'. Five year old Luna Lunita Lunera fears that she will meet monsters on her first day of school Her adoring parents remind her that she is a big girl now bigger than the moon and that there is nothing to fear She finds the courage she needs to get to school but decides that maybe school is not such a good idea after all Again her parents encourage her to find her big girl strength and take her to school While there Luna is still not convinced that there are no monsters at her school and hides under a table Her fellow classmates look for her and ask her to come out and play Luna joins them in all the singing and coloring and decides that maybe school is not so bad At pick up she tells her parents that there were no monsters at school and that tomorrow she will be bigger and stronger than the moon Author Jorge Argueta and illustrator Elizabeth Gomez give life to the most adorable character in Latinao Children s literature Together they have created an encouraging and loving story about a child s fears about their first day of school One of the fascinating aspects of this book is the multiple ways that Luna s story is told Because it s a bilingual book something that is very common among Latinao children s books the story is told is Spanish and English Simultaneously Gomez s illustration present an additional storyline the monster s first day of school Gomez s illustrations suggest that there is indeed a monster at school and that it is also afraid of its first day of school Another significant factor in this text is the positive representation of the parents Luna s mom and dad are present throughout this pivotal moment in her life Her mother reads her a bed time story at night and her father braids her hair in the morning And both of them go pick her up Their presence is extremely important because it challenges negative and harmful stereotypes about Latino parents taking a back seat in their child s education Such stereotypes are further challenged by allowing the character of the mother to be there to read Luna a bed time story Lastly the promotion of bilingual education seen through the offering of the story in Spanish and English and through the depiction of Luna s classroom as a bilingual classroom with a Latina teacher is extremely powerful Given national attacks on bilingual education and budget cuts on such programs Argueta and Gomez present a wonderful opportunity to advocate for bilingual and multicultural education Overall this book is a must read and must have because it s way brilliant Bimbo Invasion under a table Her fellow classmates look for her and ask her to come out and play Luna joins them in all the singing and coloring and decides that maybe school is not so bad At pick Sideways in Neverland Life in the Santa Ynez Valley California up she tells her parents that there were no monsters at school and that tomorrow she will be bigger and stronger than the moon Author Jorge Argueta and illustrator Elizabeth Gomez give life to the most adorable character in Latinao Children s literature Together they have created an encouraging and loving story about a child s fears about their first day of school One of the fascinating aspects of this book is the multiple ways that Luna s story is told Because it s a bilingual book something that is very common among Latinao children s books the story is told is Spanish and English Simultaneously Gomez s illustration present an additional storyline the monster s first day of school Gomez s illustrations suggest that there is indeed a monster at school and that it is also afraid of its first day of school Another significant factor in this text is the positive representation of the parents Luna s mom and dad are present throughout this pivotal moment in her life Her mother reads her a bed time story at night and her father braids her hair in the morning And both of them go pick her Pandora up Their presence is extremely important because it challenges negative and harmful stereotypes about Latino parents taking a back seat in their child s education Such stereotypes are further challenged by allowing the character of the mother to be there to read Luna a bed time story Lastly the promotion of bilingual education seen through the offering of the story in Spanish and English and through the depiction of Luna s classroom as a bilingual classroom with a Latina teacher is extremely powerful Given national attacks on bilingual education and budget cuts on such programs Argueta and Gomez present a wonderful opportunity to advocate for bilingual and multicultural education Overall this book is a must read and must have because it s way brilliant