Antonia Quail - Antonia la Codorniz
by Rebecca Newth Illustrated by Anne Ruleman
Spanish translation by James F. Horton and I. Fernandez
36 pp. for ages K - 3rd grade, 2000
Christmas in the Forest: Three Plays
By Andrea Romine and Betty Butcher (includes audio tape of the music)
Everything a teacher needs to produce a play for 25+ students. (K-3)
44 pp 1997
How the Bat Got Its Wings, and Young Bear's Lesson: Two Cherokee Stories
By Paul H. Williams; Illustrations by Thomas Primm
A retelling of two Native American myths for K through 5. 3rd and 4th grade reading and comprehension level. [Grade 5 level can discuss with ease the concepts. Grades K-2 would need teacher reading and guidance]. Paperback with illustrations in color. Funded by a T-L Foundation Grant and a Puffin Foundation Grant. Excellent sourcebook for Native American studies. Includes map, bibliography for teachers, questions for further discussion.
Lillie's Treasures/Los tesoros de Lili
by Sabrina Chesne Illustrated by children of Patagonia, Arizona
Bilingual English and Spanish
What happens when children illustrate a book? With their unique way of seeing, their playfulness, the children make one almost feel and hear the desert with its camels hissing.
Spanish translation by Diana Capasso
36 pp. for ages K - 3rd grade, 2006
by Rebecca Newth. Illustrated by the children of the Patagonia, AZ Creative Arts Association
Spanish by Carmen Fernandez de Holt and Tim Holt.
"Life on a farm in the Domincan Republic." A feast for eyes and ears.
32 pp. Jan., 2002
by Rebecca Newth, Illustrations by John L Newman.
What happened in Fayetteville, Arkansas in 1862? A twenty-first century eleven year-old boy is given the chance to find out when he visits a kindly woman who asks him to choose a skeleton key for his own. The key he chooses sends him all over the house and outbuildings to find the door it opens. When he does so, he discovers he is back in the year 1862 where he finds a slave boy of his own age hiding in a shed on the property. After an adventure in town amid the disruption of war where soldiers are seen and fires are smoking and both sides - Union and Confederate - are awaiting a conflict, the boys get into trouble of a kind very different from that which a twenty-first century boy might find. How this forges a friendship and whether the slave boy resolves his problems and his friend returns to the present is the suspense of this story.
54 pp. Sep., 2010
By Rebecca Newth; Illustrations by Thomas Primm
An animal story with a moral. A book for hyperactive children who might identify with Tinkum's Dog. Also, a book to satisfy the more quiet child who might identify with the patience of pigs.
32 pp. Nov., 2004
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