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Latinitas : celebrating 40 big dreamers, Juliet Menéndez

Label
Latinitas : celebrating 40 big dreamers
Title
Latinitas
Title remainder
celebrating 40 big dreamers
Statement of responsibility
Juliet Menéndez
Creator
Author
Illustrator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • "Discover how 40 influential Latinas became the women we celebrate today. They followed their dreams--and just might encourage you to folow yours!" -- Back cover
  • "A celebration of Latinas and Latin American women who followed their dreams, with portraits and short bios"--
  • Menéndez shares information about influential Latinas from all over Latin America and across the United States. Each two-page spread includes a full-page drawing of the woman as a child; the second page contains a brief biography of the woman, and highlights her contributions to history. These women followed their dreams-- and just might encourage you to follow yours! -- adapted from jacket and perusal of book
Assigning source
Provided by publisher
Biography type
collective biography
Cataloging source
LBSOR/DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Menéndez, Juliet
Dewey number
920.72
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Intended audience
  • Ages: 8-12
  • Grades: 4-6
Intended audience source
  • Henry Holt and Company
  • Henry Holt and Company
LC call number
CT3290
LC item number
.M46 2021
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Women
  • Hispanic American women
  • Women
  • Hispanic American women
  • Women
  • JUVENILE NONFICTION / Biography & Autobiography / Women
  • JUVENILE NONFICTION / People & Places / Caribbean & Latin America
  • JUVENILE NONFICTION / People & Places / United States / Hispanic & Latino
  • Hispanic American women
  • Women
  • Latin America
  • omen
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Latinitas : celebrating 40 big dreamers, Juliet Menéndez
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 84-101)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (writer, scientist, and philosopher) México 1651-1695 -- Juana Azurduy de Padilla (military leader) Perú and Bolivia 1780-1862 -- Policarpa Salavarrieta (spy) Colombia 1795-1817 -- Rosa Peña de González (teacher and founder of schools) Paraguay 1843-1899 -- Teresa Carreño (pianist, composer, and conductor) Venezuela 1853-1917 -- Zelia Nuttall (archaeologist) México and United States 1857-1933 -- Antonia Navarro (topographical engineer) El Salvador 1870-1891 -- Matilde Hidalgo (doctor and councilwoman) Ecuador 1889-1974 -- Gabriela Mistral (writer, educator, and diplomat) Chile 1889-1957 -- Juana de Ibarbourou (poet, writer, and teacher) Uruguay 1895-1979 -- Pura Belpré (librarian, puppeteer, and writer) Puerto Rico 1903-1982 -- Gumercinda Páez (teacher, playwright, and congresswoman) Panama 1904-1991 -- Frida Kahlo (artist) México 1907-1954 -- Julia de Burgos (poet) Puerto Rico 1914-1953 -- Chavela Vargas (singer) Costa Rica and México 1919-2012 -- Alicia Alonso (ballerina) Cuba 1920-2019 -- Victoria Santa Cruz (dancer, choreographer, and poet) Perú 1922-2012 -- Claribel Alegría (writer and activist) Nicaragua and El Salvador 1924-2018 -- Celia Cruz (singer) Cuba 1925-2003 -- Dolores Huerta (activist) México 1930-present -- Rita Moreno (dancer, actress, and singer) Puerto Rico 1931-present -- Maria Auxiliadora da Silva (artist) Brazil 1935-1974 -- Mercedes Sosa (singer and activist) Argentina 1935-2009 -- Isabel Allende (writer) Chile 1942-present -- Susana Torre (architect) Argentina 1944-present -- Julia Alvarez (writer) Dominican Republic 1950-present -- Sandra Cisneros (writer) México and United States 1954-present -- Sonia Sotomayor (US Supreme Court justice) Puerto Rico 1954-present -- Rigoberta Menchú Tum (peace activist) Guatemala 1959-present -- Mercedes Doretti (forensic scientist and activist) Argentina 1959-present -- Sonia Pierre (activist) Haiti and Dominican Republic 1963-2011 -- Justa Canaviri (chef, television host, and activist) Bolivia 1963-present -- Evelyn Miralles (virtual reality engineer) Venezuela 1966-present -- Selena Quintanilla (singer) México and United States 1971-1995 -- Berta Cáceres (activist) Honduras 1971-2016 -- Serena Auñón (surgeon and astronaut) Cuba and United States 1976-present -- Wanda Díaz Merced (inventor and astrophysicist) Puerto Rico 1982-present -- Marta Vieira da Silva (soccer star) Brazil and Sweden 1986-present -- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (congresswoman and activist) Puerto Rico 1989-present -- Simone Biles (Olympic gymnast) United States and Belize 1997-present -- More Latinitas -- Leona Vicario (leader in Mexican independence) México 1789-1842 -- Petronila Angélica Gómez (educator, feminist, and writer) Dominican Republic 1883-1971 -- Hermelinda Urvina (first woman pilot in South America) Ecuador 1905-2008 -- Eva Perón (political leader) Argentina 1919-1952 -- Mirabal sisters (activists) Dominican Republic 1924-1960 -- Sylvia Mendez (first Latino to integrate in schools) México and United States 1936-present -- Gloria E. Anzaldúa (writer, philosopher, and activist) México and United States 1942-2004 -- Sara Gómez (filmmaker) Cuba 1943-1974 -- Verónica Michelle Bachelet (first woman president in Latin America) Chile 1951-present -- Gloria Estefan (musician and producer) Cuba 1957-present -- Ellen Ochoa (astronaut) México and United States 1958-present
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz -- Juana Azurduy de Padilla -- Policarpa Salavarrieta -- Rosa Peña de González -- Teresa Carreño -- Zelia Nuttall -- Antonia Navarro -- Matilde Hidalgo -- Gabriela Mistral -- Juana de Ibarbourou -- Pura Belpré -- Gumercinda Páez -- Frida Kahlo -- Julia de Burgos -- Chavela Vargas -- Aicia Alonso -- Victoria Santa Cruz -- Claribel Alegría -- Celia Cruz -- Dolores Huerta -- Rita Rosita Moreno -- Maria Auxiliadora da Silva -- Mercedes Sosa -- Isabel Allende -- Susana Torre -- Julia Alvarez -- Sandra Cisneros -- Sonia Sotomayor -- Rigoberta Menchú Tum -- Mercedes Doretti -- Sonia Solange Pierre -- Justa Canaviri -- Evelyn Miralles -- Selena Quintanilla -- Berta Cáceres -- Serena Auñón -- Wanda Díaz-Merced -- Marta Vieira da Silva -- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez -- Loren Zoe Hernandez -- Leona Vicario -- Petronila Angélica Gómez -- Hermelinda Urvina -- Eva Perón -- Mirabal sisters -- Sylvia Mendez -- Sara Gómez -- Verónica Michelle Bachelet -- Gloria Estefan -- Ellen Ochoa
Control code
on1201692885
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
102 pages
Isbn
9781250234629
Lccn
2020022083
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1201692885
Label
Latinitas : celebrating 40 big dreamers, Juliet Menéndez
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 84-101)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (writer, scientist, and philosopher) México 1651-1695 -- Juana Azurduy de Padilla (military leader) Perú and Bolivia 1780-1862 -- Policarpa Salavarrieta (spy) Colombia 1795-1817 -- Rosa Peña de González (teacher and founder of schools) Paraguay 1843-1899 -- Teresa Carreño (pianist, composer, and conductor) Venezuela 1853-1917 -- Zelia Nuttall (archaeologist) México and United States 1857-1933 -- Antonia Navarro (topographical engineer) El Salvador 1870-1891 -- Matilde Hidalgo (doctor and councilwoman) Ecuador 1889-1974 -- Gabriela Mistral (writer, educator, and diplomat) Chile 1889-1957 -- Juana de Ibarbourou (poet, writer, and teacher) Uruguay 1895-1979 -- Pura Belpré (librarian, puppeteer, and writer) Puerto Rico 1903-1982 -- Gumercinda Páez (teacher, playwright, and congresswoman) Panama 1904-1991 -- Frida Kahlo (artist) México 1907-1954 -- Julia de Burgos (poet) Puerto Rico 1914-1953 -- Chavela Vargas (singer) Costa Rica and México 1919-2012 -- Alicia Alonso (ballerina) Cuba 1920-2019 -- Victoria Santa Cruz (dancer, choreographer, and poet) Perú 1922-2012 -- Claribel Alegría (writer and activist) Nicaragua and El Salvador 1924-2018 -- Celia Cruz (singer) Cuba 1925-2003 -- Dolores Huerta (activist) México 1930-present -- Rita Moreno (dancer, actress, and singer) Puerto Rico 1931-present -- Maria Auxiliadora da Silva (artist) Brazil 1935-1974 -- Mercedes Sosa (singer and activist) Argentina 1935-2009 -- Isabel Allende (writer) Chile 1942-present -- Susana Torre (architect) Argentina 1944-present -- Julia Alvarez (writer) Dominican Republic 1950-present -- Sandra Cisneros (writer) México and United States 1954-present -- Sonia Sotomayor (US Supreme Court justice) Puerto Rico 1954-present -- Rigoberta Menchú Tum (peace activist) Guatemala 1959-present -- Mercedes Doretti (forensic scientist and activist) Argentina 1959-present -- Sonia Pierre (activist) Haiti and Dominican Republic 1963-2011 -- Justa Canaviri (chef, television host, and activist) Bolivia 1963-present -- Evelyn Miralles (virtual reality engineer) Venezuela 1966-present -- Selena Quintanilla (singer) México and United States 1971-1995 -- Berta Cáceres (activist) Honduras 1971-2016 -- Serena Auñón (surgeon and astronaut) Cuba and United States 1976-present -- Wanda Díaz Merced (inventor and astrophysicist) Puerto Rico 1982-present -- Marta Vieira da Silva (soccer star) Brazil and Sweden 1986-present -- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (congresswoman and activist) Puerto Rico 1989-present -- Simone Biles (Olympic gymnast) United States and Belize 1997-present -- More Latinitas -- Leona Vicario (leader in Mexican independence) México 1789-1842 -- Petronila Angélica Gómez (educator, feminist, and writer) Dominican Republic 1883-1971 -- Hermelinda Urvina (first woman pilot in South America) Ecuador 1905-2008 -- Eva Perón (political leader) Argentina 1919-1952 -- Mirabal sisters (activists) Dominican Republic 1924-1960 -- Sylvia Mendez (first Latino to integrate in schools) México and United States 1936-present -- Gloria E. Anzaldúa (writer, philosopher, and activist) México and United States 1942-2004 -- Sara Gómez (filmmaker) Cuba 1943-1974 -- Verónica Michelle Bachelet (first woman president in Latin America) Chile 1951-present -- Gloria Estefan (musician and producer) Cuba 1957-present -- Ellen Ochoa (astronaut) México and United States 1958-present
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz -- Juana Azurduy de Padilla -- Policarpa Salavarrieta -- Rosa Peña de González -- Teresa Carreño -- Zelia Nuttall -- Antonia Navarro -- Matilde Hidalgo -- Gabriela Mistral -- Juana de Ibarbourou -- Pura Belpré -- Gumercinda Páez -- Frida Kahlo -- Julia de Burgos -- Chavela Vargas -- Aicia Alonso -- Victoria Santa Cruz -- Claribel Alegría -- Celia Cruz -- Dolores Huerta -- Rita Rosita Moreno -- Maria Auxiliadora da Silva -- Mercedes Sosa -- Isabel Allende -- Susana Torre -- Julia Alvarez -- Sandra Cisneros -- Sonia Sotomayor -- Rigoberta Menchú Tum -- Mercedes Doretti -- Sonia Solange Pierre -- Justa Canaviri -- Evelyn Miralles -- Selena Quintanilla -- Berta Cáceres -- Serena Auñón -- Wanda Díaz-Merced -- Marta Vieira da Silva -- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez -- Loren Zoe Hernandez -- Leona Vicario -- Petronila Angélica Gómez -- Hermelinda Urvina -- Eva Perón -- Mirabal sisters -- Sylvia Mendez -- Sara Gómez -- Verónica Michelle Bachelet -- Gloria Estefan -- Ellen Ochoa
Control code
on1201692885
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
102 pages
Isbn
9781250234629
Lccn
2020022083
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1201692885

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