In Alejandra Domenzain’s For All/Para Todos, a young girl named Flor and her father are driven to leave their country for the promise of a land called For All. When Flor comes to understand the deep impact of their immigration papers, she picks up her green pen and writes from the heart, telling the story of immigrants who have been excluded from “justice for all.” She inspires others to speak up and take action in the hope that their new country will live up to its ideals. A timely bilingual story, written in musical rhyme, beautifully illustrated, calling children to compassion and courage. Joining Domenzain is Faisal Al-Juburi, who leads the philanthropy team at the migrant justice not-for-profit RAICES, and Melody Klingenfuss, statewide youth organizer for the California Dream Network.
Grades PreK – 3
For All/Para Todos Discussion Questions
Books on Current Immigrant and Labor Rights; Educator Resources