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Musician botanist baseball player pilot the Latinos featured in this collection come from many different countries and from many different backgrounds Celebrate their accomplishments and their cont. Though I loved the concept and how much I learned from this book the individual poems themselves didn t speak to me as much as I thought they would They read biograph

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Bravo author Margarita Engle

Ributions to a collective history and a community that continues to evolve and thrive todayBiographical poems include Aida de Acosta Arnold Rojas Baruj Benacerraf César Chávez Fabiola Cabeza de B. I ve read it at least three times and pored over the illustrations The book contains poems about eighteen important hispanic individuals who lived in what is now known

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Aca Félix Varela George Meléndez José Martí Juan de Miralles Juana Briones Julia de Burgos Louis Agassiz Fuertes Paulina Pedroso Pura Belpré Roberto Clemente Tito Puente Ynes Mexia Tomás Rive. Summary This book is full of poems highlighting many Hispanic Americans Poets include Louis Agassiz Fuertes and Felix Varella The book is full of poets from around the


10 thoughts on “Bravo author Margarita Engle

  1. says:

    I love that Engle gives us people in the Latinx community that represent all aspects of art the sciences and beyond Many of these people I was completely unfamiliar with before reading the book I am happy that my daughter can see representation of herself in the humanities and the sciences Some highlights for me Pura Bulpe the fir

  2. says:

    Also available in a Spanish edition

  3. says:

    Though I loved the concept and how much I learned from this book the individual poems themselves didn't speak to me as much

  4. says:

    I love this collection of verse biographies The illustrations are spectacular and the stories are fascinating

  5. says:

    I've read it at least three times and pored over the illustrations The book contains poems about eighteen important hispanic individuals who lived in what is now known as the United States of America The earliest character Juan De Miralles was born in the early 1700's and one of the most recent Baruj Benacerraf died in 2011 Women and men are highlighted Many of them are mixes of African and indigenous peoples Their con

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    Bravo is a collection of poems about influential Hispanic figures The poems feature a variety of types of famous people such as musicians historical figures athletes leaders a pilot and various other figures Some m

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    I was thrilled to find this collection of poems about 18 different Hispanic men and women who made a difference in the world in my mail Since there is an English version and a Spanish version of the book its poems will be that much accessible to its intended audience In its pages the always reliable Margarita Engle has carefully chosen a wide variety of individuals to highlight While some such as Pura Belpre an

  8. says:

    As the author explains in a letter to the reader Bravo is not a book about the most famous Hispanics it is instead a collection of biographical poems about a variety of Hispanic people who lived in regions now included in the modern U

  9. says:

    Summary This book is full of poems highlighting many Hispanic Americans Poets include Louis Agassiz Fuertes and Felix Varell

  10. says:

    What a fabulous book of poetry It is so important that my students see themselves reflected in the books in my school Library and this book is a great one I loved that it included many people I had never heard of before and had information abo

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