Category Archives: students

Diane Humetewa is the United States’s first female Native American Federal Judge and a hero of ours here at AbyD. Confirmed last year, she is doing a great job fairly interpreting the law for the state of Arizona. At AbyD, … Continue reading

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  We are proud and happy to announce we will shortly publish our first bilingual children’s book, Mari’s Journey, by Kathleen Delaney. The book tells the story of a curious Emperor butterfly named Mari. In the story, she travels through … Continue reading

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Do you know what leitmotifs are? Did you know that they can help learning-disabled students begin reading and that they are used widely in Cory Hills’s book and CD project The Lost Bicycle? By now, you’ve likely seen Cory Hills’s … Continue reading

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