Poetry Book Highlights the Importance of Diversity in Society
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Drawing inspiration from her experiences living in different places, Guerra hopes to effectively portray the need to appreciate diversity through her words of rhythm and rhyme. The book contains 48 poems with a message of brotherhood and respect to the cultural values of different ethnic groups represented in the society.
Guerra believes that the book has the potential to be used in Spanish and bilingual classes because of their richness in language and literary images. "Through my poems, I send uplifting messages of harmony and love to parents, teachers, children and the entire educational system," she shares.
"Celebremos la diversidad"
By Thelma Guerra
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 80 pages | ISBN 9781984516107
Softcover | 6x9 in | 80 pages | ISBN 9781984516091
E-Book | 80 pages | ISBN 9781984516084
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About the Author
Thelma Guerra was born in Honduras, Central America and after obtaining her teaching degree in her native country, she moved to New York City. There, she continued her studies at La Guardia Community College, City College of New York and Fordham University of New York, obtaining her master's degree plus 60 postgraduate credits in different areas in education. As a teacher, she worked at the following: Escuela Guía Técnica #13, Nacaome, Honduras; Instituto Terencio Sierra, Nacaome, Honduras; P.S. 98, District 6, New York; McNair Six Grade School, San Antonio, Texas and San Antonio College, San Antonio, Texas.
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