This reading guide is designed to accompany Isabel Quintero and Zeke Peña’s picture book My Papi Has a Motorcycle. Reading Is Resistance sees reading as an opportunity to seed deeper conversations and possibilities for action around racial justice in our communities.
Lesson content was written by Soledad Valencia and was designed to start and deepen anti-bias/anti-racist conversations in families and other learning communities. Editors were Rachel Crittenden and Shane Doyle
FAMILY, IDENTITY, COMMUNITY, BELONGING, DIVERSITY, GENTRIFICATION, IMMIGRATION, ADVENTURE
THE READ ALOUD
Daisy has learned a lot from her Papi. She has learned words like carburetor, cariño, drills, and dedication. In this book, Daisy takes a ride on her Papi’s motorcycle around their vibrant, diverse neighborhood. No matter what changes happen in her neighborhood, Daisy knows her beautiful neighborhood and people will always be a part of her.
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