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by Felipe Davalos,Susan Middleton Elya

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ISBN:
1584302720
Author:
Felipe Davalos,Susan Middleton Elya
Category:
Geography & Cultures
Language:
English
Publisher:
Lee & Low Books; Reprint edition (March 1, 2006)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1796 kb
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1260 kb
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1572 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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151


Susan Middleton Elya's sympathetic tale of a mother-daughter bond and a spirit that triumphs against the odds is enhanced by the vivid art of Felipe Davalos. -The Reader's Edge, The Book Ba. .

Susan Middleton Elya's sympathetic tale of a mother-daughter bond and a spirit that triumphs against the odds is enhanced by the vivid art of Felipe Davalos.his highlights a problem many immigrant children must deal with-the inability or unwillingness of a parent to learn English.

In Home at Last, by Susan Middleton Elya, 8-year old Ana, initially shy of her classmates, quickly picks up English . Elya masterfully combines bilingual elements into this engaging and thoughtful family story

In Home at Last, by Susan Middleton Elya, 8-year old Ana, initially shy of her classmates, quickly picks up English words and practices them at home with her father. The move wears much harder on her mother, who misses friends and family and struggles doing the grocery shopping in English. Elya masterfully combines bilingual elements into this engaging and thoughtful family story. Felipe Davalos's oil paintings are detailed and thoughtful, showcasing the characters' emotions and the book's settings. Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books.

Susan Middleton Elya's sympathetic tale of a mother-daughter bond and overcoming adversity is brought to life by the vivid illustrations of Felipe Davalos.

Title: Home at Last Author: Susan Middleton Elya Illustrator: Felipe Davalos.

children's picture book about coming to the US with no English skills written by Susan Middleton Elya illustrated by Felipe Davalos. Title: Home at Last Author: Susan Middleton Elya Illustrator: Felipe Davalos.

Susan Middleton Elya, Felipe Davalos. Ana Patino is adjusting well to her new life in the United States, but her mother is having a difficult time because she doesn't speak English.

Author: Susan Middleton Elya 3. Illustrator: Felipe Davalos 4. Publication date: 2002 5. Genre: contemporary realistic fiction 6. Reading Level: . 7. Publisher: Lee & Low Books 8. Summary: Home at Last is a book about a family that has a hard time adjusting to their new home.

by. Susan Middleton Elya. no page number in the book. Mexican Americans - Juvenile fiction, Mexican Americans - Fiction. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City.

Susan Middleton Elya. 15 Total Resources 19 Books. by Susan Middleton Elya and Felipe Dávalos. Author Interviews 1. Interview with Susan Middleton Elya about La Princesa and the Pea. Created by All the Wonders. Rubia and the Three Osos. by Susan Middleton Elya and Melissa Sweet.

Ana Patino is adjusting well to her new life in the United States, but her mother is having a difficult time because she doesn_t speak English. When Ana_s baby brother falls ill, Mama tries to get help, but no one can understand her. Now convinced of the need to learn the native language, Mama agrees to take English lessons. As her knowledge of the English language grows, so does her sense of confidence and belonging. Susan Middleton Elya_s sympathetic tale of a mother-daughter bond and overcoming adversity is brought to life by the vivid illustrations of Felipe Davalos.
  • CrazyDemon
We love Susan Middleton Elya's "Oh No, Gotta Go" so we had to check this out too. It is a very nice book about how some people in a family can adapt easily to a new situation, while others take a little longer. This story seemed so real, like it just wasn't fiction. I'm sure this has happened many times in the past and will in the future.Felipe Davalos' illustrations are great too. !!
  • Original
Great for young bilingual children.
  • Zugar
Read this book to my class when we were talking about heritage and cultures in America. This was a very good book regarding the Hispanic culture and adversity faced when coming to America.