El Barrio

El Barrio Will be shipped from US Brand new copy

  • Title: El Barrio
  • Author: Debbi Chocolate David Díaz
  • ISBN: 9780805074574
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Will be shipped from US Brand new copy.

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    1. Summary: This book is an easy read for younger children and will help them see the importance of their own culture, while learning about a different one. The illustrations helped the tell the story, helping the reader understand the excitement behind the boy and his neighborhood. Multiple roles were portrayed throughout the story.Evaluation: I gave this book a 5. The book has a positive tone throughout and helps teach about the different traditions of the Hispanic culture. It portrays all charac [...]

    2. Summary: "El Barrio" tells the story of young boy that explains the aspects of his culture. Throughout the book, he explains his home, holidays and other aspects that make him proud to live in his neighboorhood. Evaluation: This book portrays the culture to be equal to any other culture and allows other students to see the importance and aspects of a culture different than their own. It is extremely detailed and has great illustrations, which allows the reader to picture what is happening in the [...]

    3. El Barrio is a delightful story made magnificent by David Diaz's beautiful illustrations. A young boy describes for the readers his life in the barrio. He describes the music, beaches, bodegas and a place where "cousins come from lots of different lands- Mexico, Colombia, Puerto Rico and Cuba". The unifying thread is his descriptions of his sister's quinceanera. Great detail is given to the desciption of that day and the role he and his family play in it. While at times disjointed (the quinceane [...]

    4. I would recommend this book for the primary grades, second through third grade. I would categorize it as contemporary realistic fiction.The colors and the illustrations are fantastic. I picked up this book because the bright colors grabbed my attention. I love how there are murals and graffiti throughout every picture. I have never seen something like this in a children's book before, and I absolutely loved it! The best thing about this book, is that there are words in Spanish on every page. Thi [...]

    5. A young Mexican boy goes around “el barrio” explaining different aspect of his culture. He starts by describing how his home city looks like. Then he proceeds to explain the different holidays and celebration they have throughout the year for example “Cinco de mayo” or “quincianera” parties. The young boy’s sister is turning fifteen which means they are having a “quincianera” party to honor her turning into a women. At the end the story gives the reader a better understanding o [...]

    6. Take a trip through Spanish Harlem with a young boy who is very proud of his neighborhood. Glimpse holiday parades and a quinceanera party. Slurp ice cold popsicles. Hear quiet guitar music and blaring trumpets. This book presents a neighborhood using all of the senses, immersing the reader directly into this urban spicy mix. A lovely celebration of not only this neighborhood but everyone’s.Diaz’s illustrations, done in mixed media, glow on the page. Evoking stained glass, the colors are so [...]

    7. El Barrio written by Debbi Chocolate is a very colorful multi-cultural children's book. Although the reader is never given the main character's name, the reader is still in for a treat by following the little boy all throughout his neighborhood. The last page of the story displays a glossary with a translation of all the Spanish words translated into English. Are you ready to go on this adventure through the El Barrio?The illustrations in this story are done by David Diaz. Every page, including [...]

    8. Why this book? Reflects the type of neighborhood that many of the students in the classroom are from.Genre: InformationalTheme/Keywords: Barrio, neighborhood, Latino cultureCharacteristics of quality: Reflects aspects of El barrio in a way that shows the main character's pride in his neighborhood. Special Features: Each page begins “El barrio is…” Very vibrant illustrationsGender of primary character: Told by a young boy, but includes many different people in each description of El barrio. [...]

    9. Filled with amazing and creative illustrations, this 2009 realistic fiction book is a fun and authentic way to introduce another culture to many students. The young boy in this book talks about his love of his home town. Through the many events and celebrations his town prepares, he talks about everything that goes on, mainly his sister's Quinceañera: representing many of the unique aspects of Mexican culture. Overall, it is a fun and enthusiastic book that shows the importance of cultural cele [...]

    10. The vivid pictures bring the story to life as a little boy tells of his way of life in his barrio. The reader gets a glimpse of his life. We hear the mariachis play, we feel the excitement of the fiestas, and the beat of the drums, we share the laughter at his sister's quinceanara. The book is very fun. I would recommend it for grades K-3.

    11. Summary: A young boy explores his neighborhood while his sister quinceanera is approaching. Told in English and some words in Spanish to learn about his culture, family, and things that take place in his neighborhood.Activity: Take Spanish words from the book, matching English words, and matching picture and make cards out of them so students can match them in large or small groups.

    12. A little brother describes the city and his sister's quinceanera celebration. Beautiful vibrant colors make you feel the story almost as much as the words. "This is El BarrioMy home in the citywith its rain-washed murals and sparkling graffiti."Christy Ottaviano Books- Henry Holt and Company- New York

    13. I would have liked to see a glossary for the spanish words that are included in this book. Other than that, I think it is a nice reflection of Hispanic culture. A young boy explores his vibrant Latino neighborhood, with its vegetable gardens instead of lawns, Nativity parades, quinceañera parties, and tejana and salsa music. hcpl

    14. This book is about a young boy’s cultural neighborhood seen through his eyes. It celebrates the Latino culture by exploring this neighborhood where they celebrate different occasions, holidays, and everyday life.

    15. This is a great multicultural book. It's filled with colorful illustrations that can help English Language Learners with reading comprehension. I would use this book to do a lesson on family, community, and different customs and cultures.

    16. The illustrations in this book were amazing. They are so bright and colorful and I think it brings out the culture of the book. I likes being able to read a book as simple as this and feel like I learned a lot about a different place in the world.

    17. Vibrant, colorful illustrations that communicate the movement and excitement of the urban neighborhood of this young boy. Many less appealing characteristics of urban settings are discussed, but then described with great beauty. The ending is a little bit overly moralizing.

    18. Chocolate, D. Diaz, D. (2009). El Barrio. New York, NY: Henry Holt & Co.Subtopic: HispanicGenre:Fiction Topics: Hispanic CultureSynopsis: A young boy explores Spanish Harlem, a predominantly Hispanic city. He gives a glimps of his El Barrio(neighborhood.)

    19. I loved the bright illustrations and the description of the Quincero and the El Barrio. Debbie Chocolate is very good at introducing cultures in a fun way. Great read aloud for a classroom. Ages 5+

    20. The illustrations are really neat and interesting and seem to bring the culture much more to life than the actual story, which is pretty boring.

    21. A nice story that looks at life in a Latino neighborhood and the quinceanera celebration. I especially loved the illustrations.

    22. A boy describes his neighborhood/city that is filled with different aspects of the Latino culturetting- A citygrade-1st/2nduse- I would use this book to teach my students about diversity

    23. This is a good "slice of life" book that showcases one element in the life of some Hispanics. The story itself isn't especially riveting, but the illustrations jump off of the page.

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