they are a remarkable group of short (and sometimes long) pieces of semi-autobiographical fiction that reflect the puerto rican experience in america; a wonderful doorway into a truly rich ethnic world.
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What is your take on El Bronx? I wouldnt mind talking to you about that
Scheduling author visitations has gotten to be so very complicated and
involved and requires too much advanced planning that teachers and
librarians particularly at the secondary level have stopped attempting.
I have found that live presentations might better be addressed through
teleconferencing as I have done at this school on a couple of instances.
(as far away as Spain and France). Also in the state of Wisconsin there
is available to the teaching community a source called "Teaching
Books.Net" where we have available "Author Up-Close"(! watch original,
in-studio movies of authors and illustrators), "Book Guides"(Obtain
discussion guides for thousands of books-K-12) and more.
I have not explored "Teaching Books.Net" as thoroughly as I need to-busy
with teaching, studying, librarying, etc.
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