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La protesta: (The Protest)(Confetti Kids)

By Samantha Thornhill
Illustrated by Shirley Ng-Benitez

Paperback: $10.95

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Five friends from diverse backgrounds learn how to navigate common childhood challenges, new experiences, and the world around them in the realistic and kid-friendly Confetti Kids early chapter books. In this story, Lily learns that the community garden is going to be torn down and made into a parking lot. Lily and her friends are upset by the news. They decide to form a protest and call on friends, neighbors, and reporters to participate and save their beloved garden. On the morning of the protest, Lily is unsure if their efforts will work. After all, she and her friends are just kids, and no one is going to listen to them. . . . Or can they prove that kids can make a difference too?

Lily y sus amigos reciben la noticia de que su querido huerto comunitario se va a convertir en un estacionamiento. Organizan una protesta, avisando a amigos, vecinos y reporteros para que los ayuden a salvar el huerto. ¿Dará resultado su protesta?

 

About the Creators

Thumb_samantha_thornhill Samantha Thornhill - Author

SAMANTHA THORNHILL is a poet, educator, and author of children's books, including her most recent publication, A Card for My Father. Her work has been published in over two dozen literary journals and anthologies. She has taught poetry to acting students at the Juilliard School and creative writing seminars at the Bronx Academy of Letters. She also facilitates workshops for the Dialogue Arts Project, which ventures into professional settings and uses creative writing as a tool to navigate uncomfortable discussions about social identity. Samantha is a native of the twin island nation of Trinidad & Tobago and lives in Brooklyn, NY. You can learn more about her at samanthaspeaks.com.

Thumb_shirley_ng-benitez_small Shirley Ng-Benitez

SHIRLEY NG-BENITEZ is a children's book illustrator who creates art using watercolor, gouache, pencil, and digital techniques. She also loves to make 3-D creatures from clay and fabric. She lives in the Bay Area of California with her husband, their two daughters, and their pup. Please visit her website at shirleyngbenitez.com and follow her on social media at @shirleysillos.