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Sweet Dreams/Dulces Suenos (My Family: Mi familia)

by Pat Mora

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This story is about a children who live with their grandmother and how she tucks them into bed at night. The story is in both English and Spanish which is wonderful for children who may come from bilingual families. The grandmother's love for her grandchildren is seen clearly throughout the book which can be relateable for children that may live with another family member. The language is simple in the book so it is great for a beginning reader. Overall, it is a great story for children to read.
  SKugle | Nov 13, 2013 |
The book could be used for lower elementary grades. The words that are used are very simple. It can be used to start a discussion about what the students are told before they go to bed every night. The illustrations show the meaning of what the author is trying to convey in the story. ( )
  vicmelen | Nov 25, 2012 |
This bedtime story uses soothing repetition and beautiful watercolors to set the mood for bedtime. Abuelita, or grandmother, is tucking her three grandchildren into bed as she reminds them of all the little creatures in the world that are sleeping, too. ( )
  shelb.norm | Apr 17, 2012 |
The book is about a grandmother quieting her grandchildren before bed. Each line of English text is followed directly by a Spanish translation. As a result, children will probably pick up on a few Spanish words. Also, the book uses repetition so it becomes quite predictable. It is better suited to read as a bedtime story than at school. ( )
  TeamPat | Apr 25, 2009 |
A simple but sweet bilingual (English/Spanish) picture book about a grandmother tucking her grandchildren into bed at night, this picture book is great for bilingual families, or for use in ESL or Spanish language classes. The watercolor illustrations are full of colorful, happy people and animals, and this book is suitable for children ages 3-6. Can be used with older children as a language tool. ( )
  rsamet | Dec 18, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060850418, Hardcover)

Shh, shh, close your eyes.
Shh . . . shh . . . Cierra los ojitos.
Outside, the rabbits are sleeping,
Afuera, los conejitos están durmiendo
and the birds, and the squirrels.
junto con los pajaritos, y las ardillas.
Inside, Grandma tucks
us snugly into bed.
Adentro, Abuelita nos da
las buenas noches.
The stars and moon
are shining bright.
Las estrellas y la
luna brillan.

Sweet dreams!
¡Dulces sueños!

As warm and comforting as a grandmother's voice, this endearing book in the My Family/Mi familia series makes bedtime a soothing family tradition.

Este encantador libro de la serie My Family/Mi familia, tan cálido y reconfortante como la voz de una abuela, ayuda a convertir la hora de dormir en una armoniosa tradición familiar.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:24:47 -0400)

In this illustrated story told in both English and Spanish, a grandmother puts her grandchildren to bed by telling them all the animals outside are sleeping.

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