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I Am Rene, the Boy/ Soy Rene, El Nino

by Rene Colato Lainez

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Published by Arte Publico Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • People & Places - United States - Hispanic/Latino,
  • Schools,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/All Ages,
  • Spanish: Kindergarten,
  • Children"s 4-8,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • School & Education,
  • Spanish: Grades 1-2,
  • Salvadoran Americans,
  • Names, Personal,
  • General,
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsFabiola Graullera Ramirez (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8608409M
    ISBN 101558853782
    ISBN 109781558853782

    René Colato Laínez (born in San Salvador, El Salvador on ) is a Hispanic educator and author of several bilingual/multicultural award winning children's books. His books reflect the Hispanic immigrant experience from a child’s point of view, covering topics such as cultural identity issues, the difficulties of learning a second language, and missing a loved one.   I am so lucky that after I was born again, I can speak, read and write in English and Spanish.” This passage is from my second published book, “I Am René, the Boy/ Soy René, el niño” (Piñata Books, ) and it clearly shows the importance of being bilingual and the amazing experience of being immersed in two cultures.

    Known as "the teacher full of stories,” René Colato Laínez is the Salvadoran author of several bilingual picture books including I Am René, the Boy/Soy René, el niño (Piñata Books), Waiting for Papá/Esperando a papá (Piñata Books), Playing Lotería/ El juego de la lotería (Luna Rising).   That one's a popular question," said award-winning writer Rene Colato Lainez, author of “I am René the Boy/Soy René el niño,” with a laugh. Ana Aranda, the illustrator of “The Chupacabra Ate the Candelabra,” shared some of the messy process involved in .

      She has illustrated many picture books, including I Am René, the Boy / Soy René, el Niño. Arte Público Press is the nation’s largest and most established publisher of contemporary and. About Rene Colato Lainez. Known as “the teacher full of stories,” René Colato Laínez is the Salvadoran author of several bilingual picture books including I Am René, the Boy/Soy René, el niño (Piñata Books), Waiting for Papá/Esperando a papá (Piñata Books), Playing Lotería/ El.


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RENÉ COLATO LAÍNEZ came to the United States from El Salvador as a teen, and he writes about his experiences in children's books such as Waiting for Papá / Esperando a Papá (Piñata Books, ) and I Am René, the Boy / Soy René, el niño (Piñata Bo. Foreword Review PICTURE BOOKS Soy Rene; El Nino (I am Rene The Boy) Rene Colato Lainez Fabiolla Graullera, Illustrator Arte Publico Press (May ) $ (32pp) “In El Salvador, I was René the brave, René the strong and René the funny.

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René Colato Laínez is the Salvadoran award winning author of I Am René, the Boy/ Soy René, el niño, Waiting for Papá/ Esperando a Papá, and Playing Lotería/ El juego de la lotería. His picture books have been honored by the Latino Book Award, the Paterson Prize for Books for Young People, the California Collection for Elementary 4/5.

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Visit I Am René, the Boy Website at I Am René, the Boy/ Soy René, el niño Illustrated by Fabiola Graullera Ramirez When René learns that in the United States his name is also a girl's name, he does some research and relates the name's meaning and letters to his homeland of El Salvador and the things that make him special.

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It's not only that he thought he was the only person with that name, but also that the new student who answers is a girl.Name Pronunciation with René Colato Laínez; Meet-the-Author Recording in Spanish with René Colato Laínez about I Am René, the Boy / Soy René, el Niño.

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