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Sofia Valdez, Future Prez

af Andrea Beaty

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When her abuelo is injured at the local landfill, second-grader Sofia is determined to transform the dangerous Mount Trashmore into a park, taking on City Hall in the process.
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This is such a cute and rewarding read, it connections to being raised by a caregiver instead of parent, has latinx representation, and has ties to social studies with the use of protest and petitions. Would add and create lesson.
  MichelleCota | Dec 1, 2022 |
This is a great addition to a great series. I find that they cadence in this book can be broken in places and it takes the reader from the story, but overall it’s a fine read. Sofia wants to change a landfill to a park, but realizes she cannot do it alone. She goes to city hall to get her dreams accomplished and realized what it takes to bring others together for the betterment of her community. ( )
  LibrarianRyan | Nov 29, 2021 |
Sofia Valdez proves that community organizers of any age can have a positive impact.

After a trash-heap eyesore causes an injury to her beloved abuelo, Sofia springs into action to bring big change to her neighborhood. The simple rhymes of the text follow Sofia on her journey from problem through ideas to action as she garners community support for an idyllic new park to replace the dangerous junk pile. When bureaucracy threatens to quash Sofia’s nascent plan, she digs deep and reflects that “being brave means doing the thing you must do, / though your heart cracks with fear. / Though you’re just in Grade Two.” Sofia’s courage yields big results and inspires those around her to lend a hand. Implied Latinx, Sofia and her abuelo have medium brown skin, and Sofia has straight brown hair (Abuelo is bald). Readers will recognize Iggy Peck, Rosie Revere, and Ada Twist from Beaty’s previous installments in the Questioneers series making cameo appearances in several scenes. While the story connects back to the title and her aptitude for the presidency in only the second-to-last sentence of the book, Sofia’s leadership and grit are themes throughout. Roberts’ signature illustration style lends a sense of whimsy; detailed drawings will have readers scouring each page for interesting minutiae.

Fun but earnest, this rhyming romp reminds readers that one young person can make a difference. (Picture book. 5-8)
  CDJLibrary | Nov 24, 2021 |
Sofia Valdez, Future Prez was such a cute story about a 2nd grade little girl named Sofia. It begins by telling us that little Sofia loved helping others and grew up giving back to her community, then one day after an accident at the local landfill, she decides that they need to work together to turn Trash Mountain into a city park for everyone to enjoy. Thus, the book is about Sofia Valdez's journey and struggles to achieve her goal, and about the definition of bravery. All in all, such a cute book about courage, community, and family. From a diversity standpoint, Sofia Valdez is Hispanic and being raised by her Abuelo, great representation for both LatinX students and those being raised by non-parent guardians. It also has ties to politics through the forms of protests and petitions and city hall and the mayor, so it has cross content connections to Social Studies. ( )
  Francesca_Fergason | Nov 19, 2021 |
Sofia Valdez is inspired to build a park for her neighborhood. Although she is young, she jumps through hoops to make a change. Eventually, she gets the community to join together to help her accomplish her dream. ( )
  cblanco | Apr 28, 2020 |
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