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  • 1. Community resources:~Recursos de la comu- nidad: Asociacion de Musicos Latino Americanos, Inc. Lillian Marrero Branch 4261 North 5th Street, 2nd floor, Philadelphia, PA, 19140, (215) 324-0746 5th Grade Pathfinder Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc. 216 W. Somerset Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19133, (215) 763-8870Coconut Ice (Limber De Coco)1/2 can evaporated milk http://www.congreso.net/services/ servicerecorddetail.php?id=61/2 can coconut milk1/4 cup sugar Raices Culturales Latinoamericanas 2757 N. 5th Street, 1st Floor Rear, Philadelphia,1 tsp. vanilla PA, 19133, (215) 425-13901 egg yolk Taller Puertorriqueno, Inc.Cinnamon for taste 2721 N. 5th St., Philadelphia, PA, 19133, (215)Directions:Mix evaporated milk, coconut milk, 426-3311 Learn andsugar, vanilla, egg yolk and cinna- Experience the The Village of Arts and Humanities, Inc.mon in a bowl. 2544 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA,Add additional sugar and cinnamon 19133, (215) 225-7830.to taste.Pour in plastic glasses or ice trays. Search Terms~Términos de Busqueda: Puerto Rican  Puerto Rican FolkloreFreeze it and Enjoy!! ~  Spanish music Cultural  Puerto Rican Literature1 / 2 lata de leche evaporada1 / 2 lata de leche de coco1 / 4 taza de azúcar1 cdta. vainilla  Puerto Rican Poetry ~ 1 yema de huevoCanela al gusto  Puerto Ricans Salsa El Coqui Aprende y Explora laMezclar la leche evaporada, lechede coco, azúcar, la vainilla, la yemade huevo y la canela en un bol.  Spanish Language Cultura de Puerto  Spanish American WarAñadir el azúcar adicional y canelaal gusto. For More Information Please Visit Us At: Rico ~ Para más información visítenos en:Vierta en vasos de plástico o bande-jas de hielo. Lillian Marrero BranchCongelarlo y Disfrute! www.freelibrary.org 601 West Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133 215-685-9794
  • 2. Lets Explore Puerto Rico ~ Vamos a Explorar Puerto RicoDid you know that Puerto Non-Fiction ~ No Ficción: Websites ~ Páginas web:Rico is a territory of the Pride of Puerto Rico: the life of Roberto Clemente -http://www.kids.gov/k_5/k_5_states.shtmlUnited States (US)? Yes, by Walker, Paul Robert- j796.357that’s right Puerto Ricans -http://www.elboricua.com/BoricuaKids.htmlwere granted US citizen-  Roberto Clemente was a great baseball playership in 1917 after the and a major icon in Puerto Rico. Videos:Spanish America War. This Families of Puerto Rico - JDVD HISTORY The Island of  Roberto Clemente fue un gran jugador de béisbolmeans Puerto Rican’s do y un icono importante en Puerto Rico.not need a Visa to travel to Puerto Rico -Watch and learn about the lives of real people.the US. Puerto Rico is a La Isla de Puerto Puerto Rico (True Books) by Howard Gutner—J972.95 -Mira y aprende sobre las vidas de personas reales.Caribbean Island known for Ricoits rich Puerto Rican heri-  Read and learn the real facts about Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican Heritage - JDVD INSTRUCTIONALtage. Many Puerto Ricans take pride of their  Leer y aprender los hechos reales sobre PuertoIsland’s food, music and cultural values. -Learn about Puerto Rican’s who came to the U.S. Rico. ~ -Aprenda de los puertorrique- ños que llegaron a los EE.UU. Fiction ~ Ficción:¿Sabía usted que Puerto Rico es un territorio delos Estados Unidos (EE.UU.)? Sí, es cierto los Juan Bobo: four folktales from Puerto Rico by Bernier-puertorriqueños se les concedió la ciudadanía Grand, Carmen T. - JE 398.21 B457Jde EE.UU. en 1917, después de la Guerra de la Music ~ Música:América Española. Esto significa que Puerto Ri-  This book would have you laughing at any age Gran Combo de Puerto Ricoco no necesita un visado para viajar a los through Juan Bobo’s silly acts. 35 years around the world sound recording / el GranEE.UU.. Puerto Rico es una isla del Caribe, cono- Combo—COMPACT DISC 784.5 G763Tcida por su rica herencia puertorriqueña. Mu-  Este libro tendría que reírse de cualquier edad achos puertorriqueños se enorgullecen de su Isla través de actos tontos de Juan Bobo. -Puerto Rico’s most famous salsa group since 1962.de los alimentos, la música y los valores cultura- The golden flower: a Taino -Grupo de salsa más famoso de Puerto Rico desdeles. myth from Puerto Rico By 1962. Jaffe, Nina - j398.2097 J18gEncyclopedia ~ Enciclopedia: Salsa de Puerto RicoPuerto Rico past and present an encyclopedia  Use your imagination in CD SALSA Salsaby Ronald Fernandez, Serafín Mendez Mendez, this book to explore theGail Cueto—972.95 F3913P minds of the Taino Indians. -Listen to the classical sounds of salsa and traditional instruments used such as the bomba and plena. Perfect to use as a reference guide and to  Usa tu imaginación en este The Morro of -Escucha los sonidos clásicos de la salsa y los instru- learn about the Island and its people. libro para explorar la men- Puerto Rico mentos tradicionales utilizados como la bomba y la Perfecto para usar como una guía de refe- te de los Indios Taínos. El Morro De Puerto plena. rencia y conocer la isla y su gente. Rico

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