Cuentos que contaban nuestras abuelas by Alma Flor Ada
(Tales Our Abuelitas Told): Cuentos populares Hispánicos (Spanish Edition)

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Estos cuentos han viajado por largo tiempo -- sobre montañas, a

través de mares y desiertos, llevados por el viento, contados por

nuestros antepasados. Ahora llegan hasta ti.

Una astuta zorra, un pájaro de mil colores, una gaita alegre, y una

jovencita audaz...Esta antología de cuentos populares celebra la

cultura Hispánica y sus múltiples raíces -- indígena,

africana, árabe, hebrea,

y española.

F. Isabel Campoy y Alma Flor Ada han recontado doce cuentos estelares que

reflejan la fuerza del espíritu y la extraordinaria herencia de los


Cuatro ilustres artistas latinos enriquecen esta colección inolvidable.


About Alma Flor Ada

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KATHLEEN KRULL is well known for her innovative, award-winning nonfiction for young readers. She lives in San Diego, California. YUYI MORALES's stunning picture-book illustrations have received a Pura Belpre Illustrator Honor, for "Harvesting Hope," as well as a Pura Belpre Illustrator Award for" Just a Minute: A Trickster Tale and Counting Book." A native of Mexico, she now lives in San Francisco, California. ALMA FLOR ADA and F. ISABEL CAMPOY are well-respected translators of numerous Spanish-language picture books, including Kathleen Krull's award-winning "Wilma sin limites," They both live in San Francisco, California. Alma Flor Ada is an authority on multicultural and bilingual education. She is the author of numerous award-winning books for young readers, including My Name is Maria Isabel, Under the Royal Palms (Pura BelprÉ Medal), and The Gold Coin (Christopher Award). She lives in California, and you can visit her at FELIPE DAVALOS is an internationally acclaimed artist. Winner of the 2000 Pura Belpr Illustrator Honor Award, he has illustrated several books for children. His illustrations have also been published in leading magazines such as National Geographic and Scientific American, and in art history/archeology books focusing on pre-Columbian cultures. A native of Mexico, Davalos now lives with his family in Sacramento, California. Susan Guevara has illustrated many books for children and has twice won the American Library Association's prestigious Pura Belpre Award. She was also the recipient of the first Tomas Rivera Award. She lives in Soda Springs, California. Harriet Peck Taylor is the author/illustrator, most recently, of "Ulaq and the Northern Lights," She lives in Boulder, Colorado. Leyla Torres is the author/illustrator of "Saturday Sancocho" and other books. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Published August 21, 2007 by Atheneum Books for Young Readers. 128 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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