8 edition of My diary from here to there found in the catalog.
A young girl describes her feelings when her father decides to leave their home in Mexico to look for work in the United States.
|Other titles||Mi diario de aquí a allá|
|Statement||story, Amada Irma Pérez ; illustration, Maya Christina Gonzalez = Mi diario de aquí hasta allá / cuento, Amada Irma Pérez ; ilustraciones, Maya Christina Gonzalez.|
|Genre||Juvenile fiction., Fiction.|
|Contributions||Gonzalez, Maya Christina, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ73 .P4654 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||2001058251|
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search /5(18). The author of My Diary from Here to There, Armada Irma Perez, writes the book to depict her personal story of her journey from Mexico to the United States. Armada writes the story in diary form, both in English and Spanish, that depicts her thoughts and feelings as a young girl throughout the My diary from here to there book process.4/5.
This 12 slide animated lesson introduces the book "My Diary From Here to There" by Amada Irma Perez by reviewing vocabulary, reading strategy, and specific skill focus for the lesson.
The font used in the presentation is Cooper Black. Subjects: English Language Arts, Balanced Literacy, Literature. My Diary from Here to There Written by: Amada Irma Perez Illustrated by: Maya Christina Gonzalez In Conclusion Amada is worried about leaving Juarez, Mexico for "the other side". Will she ever see her best friend again.
Will she learn how to speak English. Will she ever return. 10 Summary: My Diary from Here to There: Mi diario de aqui hasta all, by Amada Irma Prez, is a story of a family which are Hispanic that travel to Los Angeles. 11 Review: My Diary from Here to There: Mi diario de aqui hasta all is told in form of a diary; where the author writes about her feelings regarding the issue of moving to a new country.
My Diary from Here to There / Mi diario de aqui hasta allá. By Amada Irma Pérez Illustrations by Maya Christina Gonzalez. The teacher’s guide provided by LEE & LOW BOOKS includes a book summary, background, discussion questions, vocabulary, writing prompts, and interdisciplinary activities.
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My diary from here to there. San Francisco: Children's Book Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience, Internet resource: Document. This personal narrative introduces the genre of a diary to the students.
“My Diary from Here to There,” takes the reader on the emotional journey of a little girl named Amada. In hopes of finding new job opportunities, her family is forced to leave the comforts of the familiar and travel to a new country.
(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Trophies. Remind your class that in a picture book, the story is told as much through illustrations as through words. Look at how Maya Christina Gonzalez's pictures for My Diary From Here to There/Mi diario de aquí hasta allá tell the book's story in scenes, so that you can see in the images the stages of Amada's journey.
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by Maya Christina Gonzalez. Children's Book Press $ (31p) ISBN. My Diary from Here to There/Mi diario de aqui hasta alla (Pura Belpre Honor Book Author (Awards)) (English and Spanish Edition) [Perez, Amada Irma, Gonzalez, Maya Christina] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
My Diary from Here to There/Mi diario de aqui hasta alla (Pura Belpre Honor Book Author (Awards)) (English and Spanish Edition)/5(18).
MY DIARY FROM HERE TO THERE The reason for the move was I wanted to learn English and now I am doing it. The people that helped me when I move were my parents and uncles.
They helped me by giving me an opportunity to study and have a place to live. Now I feel good about the move. Dedicate a corner of your classroom to a library reflecting the themes of My Diary From Here to There/Mi diario de aquí hasta allá.
Put books related to Mexico and immigration in milk crates near a reading center. Also include books in diary form, such as the Dear America series.
Create a bulletin board that illustrates Amada's journey. My Diary from Here to There (Paperback) Mi Diario de Aqui Hasta Alla. By Amada Perez, Maya Gonzalez (Illustrator).
Children's Book Press (CA),31pp. My Diary from Here to There is a heartfelt story that’s real and deeply connected to the author. It portrays a meaningful female friendship, something that is not all that common in picture books. Most importantly, the central theme is that you can move from place to place without losing your connection to yourself, your family, your culture, or your language.
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See details - MY DIARY FROM HERE TO THERE/MI DIARIO DE AQUI HASTA ALLA By Amada Irma Perez VG+.A nice touch is the back of the book jacket, which is a map of the area, showing the route from Amada’s old home to the new one.
Pérez has plainly remembered her grandmother’s advice: “Keep your language and culture alive in your diary and in your heart.” Very nicely done. (Picture book.