This book is written by Pat Mora, a loving author born in a bilingual family. This book from a four series book called My familia/Mi familia. Mora was encouraged to write this series for a Texas friend who wasn’t bilingual. She believes bilingual books should be available for all children. At the same time, the illustrator, Maribel Suarez uses bright colorful watercolors to illustrate international publishers.
Sweet Dreams/Dulces Sueños is a traditional book that shows how an abuelita prepares their grandchildren when going to bed, while giving them sweet tender kisses. Mora uses repetitive and rhythmic text to express how animals inside and outside the house are sleeping. She goes, “Sh. shh. the squirrels are sleeping, Shh shh… las ardillas estan durmiendo.” Altogether, she wishes them sweet dreams.
This book is designed for Pre-school until third grade students. Student’s this age might enjoy the rich figurative language used on the script. Also, by enjoying all the different animals and colors in it.
As adults, one might resemble their traditional childhood memories when going to sleep. Likewise showing a positive way for kids to sleep
Teachers might use this book to incentive diversity since the early ages. It is a lovable and tender way to show traditions, obedience, and family.
It’s special how the author addresses a creative way to show this different aspects.
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