Little Giants:
10 Hispanic Women Who Made History

“Little Giants” celebrates the impact of Latina women on society through an anthology showcasing the achievements of ten influential Hispanic women. These women, such as Prima Ballerina Alicia Alonso, indigenous leader Dolores Cacuango, and others, have made significant contributions in various fields. The book offers a fresh perspective on Latin American history by highlighting their stories.

Recognized with prestigious awards like the 2022 Premio Campoy-Ada Children’s Books Award and the 2021 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards, “Little Giants” aims to inspire children to achieve great things by presenting role models from the past and present. This motivating collection is not only a compelling read for all, but also holds special meaning for readers of Hispanic descent.

Content – Content: Alicia Alonso, Conchita Citrón, Dolores Cacuango, Eloisa Díaz, Elvia Carrillo Puerto, Juana Azurduy, María Antonia Santos Plata, María Teresa Ferrari, Salomé Ureña de Henriquez, Teresa Carreño.

Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Format: Bilingual (Eng/Spa)

Grade Level: K-5

Lexile: 980L

Size: 8.5 x 11 inches; 64 pages

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