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Elena begins to play a song on the glassblowing pipe and at the end a star forms.
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The illustrations can keep the student’s attention long enough while reading the text. However, the inclusion of Mexican culture throughout including references to traditional Mexican songs, wild animals found in the deserts of Mexico, and the spattering of Spanish amongst the text due earn this book a PRD award from me http: Along the way, she uses her glass blowing pipe to play beautiful music that makes her some unusual friends.
Feb 22, Cierra Garrison rated geeskin liked it Shelves: As I mentioned previously, the illustrations really grab your attention. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Elena’s Serenade by Campbell Geeslin has bright colorful illustrations. Jun 15, Kira rated it it was amazing Shelves: She sneaks into town and goes to the glass factory asking to be a glass blower.
By the end of the story, Elena’s papa is proud of her and her talent! While she plays her new instrument she begins to develop her craft.
So, Elena decides to dress up like a boy and visit the next town where great glassblowers reside. A creative and empowering story about a little girl going against the odds, achieving her goals, and discovering herself.
Refresh and try again. I would ask my students what they thought about that, and if there was ever a time that they felt like they couldn’t or shouldn’t do something just because they were a boy or a girl. She dress up and pretends to be a boy.
This book is fun, quirky, and absolutely beautiful. They also provide a lot to discuss with the students.
Jun 21, Cordelia Dinsmore rated it really liked it. Oct 09, Maggie Mullis rated it really liked it Shelves: The charming illustrations and rich, almost lulling, text made me feel as though I had been transported to Mexico and was traveling alongside the narrator in her adventure.
Elenita by Campbell Geeslin (2006, Hardcover)
I pick up my hold books, she plays on the computer for a little bit and then she goes to the shelves and picks three or four picture books to bring home. Still disguised as a boy, she displays her talent to her father and then reveals her true identity; finally, she gains her father’s approval to work side by side with him. The students are exposed to multiple perspectives and values. The author incorporates Mexican culture cwmpbell including animals that are found in mexico, e,enita traditional music, and the use of Spanish throughout the book.
Elena’s Serenade by Campbell Geeslin
This is a charming story about a little Mexican girl, Elena, who wants to be a glass blower like her father. On her way to Monterey she befriends animals and teaches them things. Feb 10, Kat rated it it was amazing Shelves: So how did it play with Harriet? There are no discussion topics on this book yet. A great story about determination and girl power. I think this has a great message for children.
Oct 31, Shiloh Pearson rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is geesoin in Mexico about a headstrong young girl whose father tells her girls cannot be glassblowers, which is his work.