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My Name is Gabriela/Me llamo Gabriela (Bilingual): The Life of Gabriela…

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Gabriela Mistral loved words, sounds and stories. Born in Chile, she would grow to become the first Nobel Prize-winning Latina woman in the world. As a poet and a teacher, she inspired children across many countries to let their voices be heard.Sumario en español: A Gabriela Mistral le encantaban las palabras, los sonidos y los cuentos. Nació en Chile y llegó a ser la primera mujer latina que ganara un Premio Nobel. Como poeta y como maestra, inspiró a niños de muchos países a expresar lo que pensaban.… (més)
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"My name is Gabriela Mistral. It is a name I chose myself because I like the sound of it. I love words and sounds and stories."

Gabriela's first-person narration describes her childhood and her early love for words and stories, and how she became a teacher and writer ("I taught the children of Chile, and many of my students became teachers themselves"). Gabriela also traveled - to Europe, the U.S., and Mexico - and "My stories traveled the world with me.
"And because people from all over the world loved my stories so, I was given a very special prize - the Novel Prize for Literature [in 1945]."
A capsule biography follows the main text. All text is in both English and Spanish; Parra's illustrations elevate an important book about an important writer.

See also: Sharuko (same author) ( )
  JennyArch | Dec 20, 2020 |
I thought it was nice learning about Gabriela. I liked how she would play teacher and then actually became a teacher and traveled the world. I would like to do the same some day.
  mackenziemitchell | Nov 14, 2020 |
I really enjoyed reading this book for a couple of different reasons. The first reason being that it is an biography but you would never be able to tell. The author makes this book fun to read by incorporating details that make the story pop. The fun of this story comes from the illustrations, which is another reason why I enjoyed reading the book. The colors that are used are bright and catch the reader’s eye. I also really liked that the author also has the text written in both English and Spanish. This allowed bilingual readers to enjoy the story. I think the message of this story is to follow your dreams and push yourself to be your best. ( )
  mmacdo6 | Mar 1, 2020 |
This book is a biography about an inspirational woman named Gabriela. She loved education mostly reading and writing. The author described her childhood. She introduced new vocabulary to describe every event that happened in her life. She instilled in the reader how education is so important and how far she went with her curious mind. This book is GREAT for ELLs because it introduces new vocabulary in a context that the reader can relate to. The illustrations are vibrant and very authentic to the Hispanic culture. This book can be for 1st to 6th graders. ( )
  maria.baltazar | Mar 10, 2017 |
I liked this book for many reasons. First, the illustrations really helped to enhance the story. For example, the main character, Gabriela, travels around the world teaching in different places. One illustration in the book portrays Gabriela's visit to Mexico. The illustrations takes up two entire pages and has so much detail of people in the town/village she was visiting. Another reason I liked this book is because of the different languages used in the book. On each page it has the writing in English and in Spanish. I think that this appealing to bilingual readers and for those who want to learn another language. The message of the story is you can do anything if you try your hardest and follow your dreams. ( )
  Erica_Dickey | Dec 10, 2016 |
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Gabriela Mistral loved words, sounds and stories. Born in Chile, she would grow to become the first Nobel Prize-winning Latina woman in the world. As a poet and a teacher, she inspired children across many countries to let their voices be heard.Sumario en español: A Gabriela Mistral le encantaban las palabras, los sonidos y los cuentos. Nació en Chile y llegó a ser la primera mujer latina que ganara un Premio Nobel. Como poeta y como maestra, inspiró a niños de muchos países a expresar lo que pensaban.

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