Episode: Our First International Episode: Kids in Quito, Ecuador Share Their Favorite Books


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Our First International Episode: Kids in Quito, Ecuador Share Their Favorite Books
Ana, Dora, Ian, Isabela, Isadora, Isi, Jessica, Joaquin, Johnny, Julieta, Leo, Nicolas, Willa, and Zach from Academia Cotopaxi school in Quito, Ecuador.   

Ana, Dora, Ian, Isabela, Isadora, Isi, Jessica, Joaquin, Johnny, Julieta, Leo, Nicolas, Willa, and Zach from Academia Cotopaxi school in Quito, Ecuador. 

 

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Favorite books from the kids at Academia Cotopaxi in Ecuador:

Guinea Pig Scientists - Mel Boring

The Martian - Andy Weir

Love, Stargirl - Jerry Spinelli

Wonder - RJ Palacio

Gregor the Overlander - Suzanne Collins

The Meaning of Maggie - Megan Jean Sovern

The Strange Case of Origami Yoda - Tom Angleberger

Mockingbird - Kathryn Erskine

The Land of Stories - Chris Colfer

The Giver - Lois Lowry

Uprising - Margaret Peterson Haddix

Flora and Ulysses- Kate DiCamillo



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