We the Dreamers

We the Dreamers

We the Dreamers

We the Dreamers


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International Latino Book Awards Honorable Mention.

"We the Dreamers" describes the journey of immigrating to a new place through the eyes of a child.

Told alternatively in English and Spanish, "We The Dreamers" describes the shared human experiences of immigrants journeying to a new place.

Through its powerful message, the story promotes empathy towards the challenges immigrants face on their voyage to the United States and encourages a sense of inclusion and understanding within communities.

Using colorful, imaginative illustrations and poetic narrative, "We the Dreamers" connects with its readers in an emotional and compassionate way, and it opens up the floor to holding conversations about immigration with children.

Overall, the book conveys a message of resilience, touching on the hope and fears of immigrants, leaving the fate of immigrants in the hands of the Nation to create positive change.

Also included in the book is a brief autobiographical essay about the author's own experience coming to the United States.


"Nosotros los soñadores" describe el viaje de inmigrar a un nuevo lugar a través de los ojos de un niño.

Contada alternativamente en inglés y español, describe las experiencias vividas por muchos inmigrantes que viajan a un nuevo lugar.

A través de su poderoso mensaje, la historia promueve la empatía hacia los desafíos que enfrentan los inmigrantes en su viaje a los Estados Unidos y fomenta un sentido de inclusión y comprensión dentro de las comunidades.

Utilizando ilustraciones coloridas e imaginativas y una narrativa poética, "Nosotros los soñadores" conecta con sus lectores de una manera emocional y compasiva, y abre el camino para introducir el tema sobre inmigración con niños.

En general, el libro transmite un mensaje de resiliencia, toca la esperanza y los temores de los inmigrantes, y deja el destino de los inmigrantes en manos de la Nación para crear un cambio positivo.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781955328012
Publisher: Cayena Press, Inc.
Publication date: 11/01/2021
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.09(d)
Lexile: AD320L (what's this?)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Raynelda grew up in the Dominican Republic. She has a doctorate in leadership in higher education and works as a public librarian. She is the author of "Mama Tingo," "María Montez, the Queen of Technicolor," and "Little Giants: 10 Hispanic Women Who Made History." She lives in New York with an untamed Shih Tzu, Toby, and a much attached Chihuahua, Maya. She spends her free time thinking (and drafting) about books to write, painting, crocheting, and crying over abused dogs.
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