Bilingual Resources for Kids

It is never too late to learn or explore a second language, but it is easier when this learning is initiated during the early years. Mesa County Libraries and other community organizers can help you and your kid to find fun and interactive learning websites and activities to start learning a second language. Nunca es […]

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Library Fiesta for Children’s Day

We celebrate moms on Mother’s Day; we celebrate dads on Father’s Day; and we even celebrate doughnuts on National Donut Day (yum!). But, how about children? Various Latin American countries, in fact, do celebrate such a day: el Día de los Niños or Children’s Day. Author Pat Mora learned about this celebration in Mexico, and […]

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El Chavo Puppet Show

Once upon a time, there was a little boy who lived in a barrel. His name was El Chavo. One day, El Chavo and his friends decided to turn their neighborhood into a world of magic and fantasy. But, a meddling wolf appeared and threatened the peace of their magical world. What will they do? […]

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Jalapeños, Bagels, and Collaboration

                     Jalapeños in bagels? Yes, please! While the pairing might seem unlikely, it really is delicious. But who would’ve thought to make such a combination in the first place? In the heartwarming (and mouthwatering) Jalapeño Bagels, Pablo, whose mother is Mexican and whose father is Yiddish, […]

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