Children's Bilingual and Cultural Books are representing at the 2014 San Antonio Book Festival - Family Love In My City

Children's Bilingual and Cultural Books are representing at the 2014 San Antonio Book Festival

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

It's finally here! 

The 2nd Annual San Antonio Book Festival will be held Saturday, April 5th, from 10-5pm at the Downtown San Antonio Public Library. Last year, we went after the kids' basketball game and had a wonderful time and spent the rest of the day at the festival. There's crafts, book readings, book signings, music and food!

And at the forefront of the children's section are many wonderful Spanish and English bilingual and cultural books. It's a perfect setting for my dual language learners. 

All of the action for kids will happen under the Children's Reading Tent, outside in the Library Plaza

Here's a lineup of the great children's books you will see and hear:

10:30 – 11:00 AM  
Carolyn Dee Flores (Canta, Rana, canta/Sing, Froggie, Sing)

11:00 – 11:30 AM
Duncan Tonatiuh (Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote: A Migrant’s Tale)

11:30 – Noon
Antonio Sacre (A Mango in the Hand: A Story Told Through Proverbs)

Noon -12:30
Samantha R. Vamos (The Cazuela That the Farm Maiden Stirred

1:00–1:30 PM
Joe Cepeda (Cub’s Big World)
Illustarator of Side by Side, Lado a Lado - a Bilingual book about Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta

1:30–2:00 PM
Lupe Ruiz-Flores (Lupita’s First Dance/El primer baile de Lupita)

2:00–2:30 PM
René Colato Laínez (Juguemos al fútbol y al football! and Senor Pancho Had a Rancho)

2:30–3:15 PM
Xavier Garza (Maximilian and the Bingo Rematch)

3:15–4:00 PM
Angela Cervantes (Gaby, Lost and Found)

4:00-5:00 PM 
A special event with the Magik Theatre!

Most authors or illustrators were available to sign a book after their reading. Books are also available to purchase at the festival. 

I really hope you calendar this event, it was a great experience for us!

Check out our time last year and if you are interested in more of the adult literary fun, check out my friend Melanie's post and the San Antonio Book Festival website

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