📖✨ This Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month, we’re celebrating the richness of heritage while exploring the “Unique Perspectives on Hispanic/Latinx Children’s Books in Raising Awareness about Climate Change.” 🌱📚 Join our upcoming virtual event to discover how our guest authors Andrea Olatunji, Maritza Martínez Mejía and Maria J. Greenhalgh share their expertise and knowledge during our virtual event. Plus, we’ll be giving away a copy of each of the author’s children’s books, including a bonus book giveaway from our Team Member Frances Díaz Evans!
Andrea Olatunji author of Omar, el jaguar discusses Classroom and Educational Resources of Hispanic/Latinx Children’s Books Climate Change.
Maritza Martínez Mejía author of The Purple Shell will share insightful information on the Educational Value of Climate Change-Themed Books for Hispanic/Latinx Children.
Maria J. Greenhalgh author of A Turtle’s Hero will talk on Engaging Children in Conservation and Activism.
📅9/14/23 The Read Your World Team will be kicking off this month’s celebration and discussing our FREE classroom kit: Climate Change: Understanding Environmental Justice.
📅9/21/23 Lymari De la Torre author of the children’s book Thieves in Abu’s Garden
📅9/28/23 Anna Orenstein-Cardona author of the children’s book The Tree of Hope: The Miraculous Rescue of Puerto Rico’s Beloved Banyan
📅10/5/23 Claudia Dávila author of the children’s book Luz Sees the Light
🌿🌍 Share your favorite Hispanic/Latinx children’s books that offer unique perspectives on our environment and inspire a greener future. 📖💚 Join the movement of #ReadYourWorld, shedding light on the unique perspectives on Hispanic/Latinx children’s books in raising awareness about climate change.
In case you missed it, grab our free classroom kit below:
🌿📖 Let’s read, learn, and grow – creating a better world for generations to come. Together, we can make a difference! 💫🌎 #ReadYourWorld #HispanicHeritageMonth