Sunday, January 13, 2019

Book Review and Activity of Kikiwi y los desperdicios en el fondo del mar

Kikiwi y los desperdicios en el fondo del mar
by Tere Rodriguez-Nora (Goodreads Author), Santi Roman i Guimaraes (Illustrator)
It was a quick read, perfect for classroom read aloud in primary levels and good resource for teachers.
With vivid illustrations and adorable characters, this underwater story demonstrates the importance of caring for the oceans from pollutants.
The main character, Kikiwi, a happy little fish in the Caribbean Sea, loves to swim through the dense algae and play around the colorful corals in the company of his marine friends, but he is concern about the garbage in the beach. Kikiwi and his friends find the way to keep the ocean clean.
I highly recommends this book since it teaches a valuable lesson for all children.

Es una lectura rápida, perfecta para la lectura en clase en los niveles primarios y
un buen recurso para los maestros.
Con ilustraciones vívidas y personajes adorables, esta historia submarina demuestra 
la importancia de cuidar los océanos de los contaminantes.
El personaje principal, Kikiwi, un pececito feliz en el Mar Caribe, ama nadar a través 
de las densas algas y jugar con los coloridos corales en compañía de sus amigos marinos, pero le preocupa la basura en la playa. Kikiwi y sus amigos encuentran la manera de mantener el océano limpio.
Recomiendo este cuento porque tiene una valiosa lección para todos los niños.


1. Write a paragraph of your favorite part of the story:

2. How does Kikiwi protect the ocean?
3. Follow the Sequence of the story with your own drawings    
I received a copy of Kikiwi y los desperdicios en el fondo del mar by Tere Rodriguez-Nora  as part of the #ReadYourWorld.
Multicultural Children’s Book Day  (1/25/19) is in its 6th year and was founded by Valarie Budayr from Jump Into A Book and Mia Wenjen from PragmaticMom. Our mission is to raise awareness of the ongoing need to include kids’ books that celebrate diversity in home and school bookshelves while also working diligently to get more of these types of books into the hands of young readers, parents and educators.  

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Maritza Martínez Mejía
Mother, Author, Educator and Translator
Member: FWA, SFWA, SCBWI, Board of Advisors MCBD, Delegado ANLMI
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Received Crystal Apple, VCB Poetry, Latino Book Awards, Author’s Talk

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