Los Zapaticos de Rosa by JOSE MARTI

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Relato excepcional del gran escritor cubano José Martí. Una de las grandes piezas literarias de la América hispana. La historia aborda la solidaridad, el acto de compartir y el amor a los semejantes. Es el volumen No 4 de la magnífica colección Tesoros Literarios para Niños y Jóvenes.
 

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Marti is a symbol of Cuban independence, for he campaigned throughout his life for its liberation and finally died in the war against Spain. He was also an important literary figure and one of the founders of modernism. Rejecting the elaborate aestheticism of many modernists, he wrote in a simpler style based largely on folk poetry, as in "Ismaelillo" and "Versos Sencillos." Much of his poetry deals with the struggle for freedom and his political and emotional exile from his homeland. He was also an accomplished prose stylist in a much more intricate fashion and influenced the later development of the short story and essay. His writings, now collected, many of which were originally published in newspapers, are essential for an understanding of the Spanish American independence process. LULU DELACRE is the illustrator of numerous textbooks, magazine stories, and award-winning trade books (several of which she also wrote or compiled) for young readers. She was honored in 1998 as Maryland Woman in the Arts, and was a juror for the 2003 National Book Awards. Delacre became interested in developing a book for special needs children after researching the available materials and finding nothing like the interactive book she envisioned.
 
Published March 28, 2010 by PRINCIPE EDITORIAL. 32 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Children's Books. Fiction

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Written with delicate simplicity, Marti's captivating poem, masterfully illustrated by Delacre, is a classic of children's literature.

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Written with delicate simplicity, Marti's captivating poem, masterfully illustrated by Delacre, is a classic of children's literature.

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