This guides supports Ohio State University's Center for Latin American Studies Book Box K-12 outreach project led by Dr. Patricia Enciso, Professor of Literature for Children and Young Adults in the Department of Teaching and Learning.
This guide was created by graduate library and information science students completing the IS 563 Library Resources for Spanish Speakers from the School of Information in the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign as part of a course assignment to support sharing Latinx voices and stories in our schools and through our library collections.
We are grateful to the teachers and librarians who may find and use this guide to share these books and tell these stories.
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As part of its mission, the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) at The Ohio State University supports the teaching of all matters dealing with Latin America. In realizing this mission, CLAS provides opportunities and resources to educators so they may integrate Latin American content more extensively into their own teaching practice.
This guides supports The Ohio State University's Center for Latin American Studies Book Box K-12 Outreach Project led by Dr. Patricia Enciso, Professor of Literature for Children and Young Adults in the Department of Teaching and Learning and Patricia Vocal Outreach Coordinator for CLAS.
For more CLAS K-12 Resources, please visit https://clas.osu.edu/educators/k-12 or contact Patricia Vocal Outreach Coordinator for CLAS at firstname.lastname@example.org.