Tales Our Abuelitas Told: A Hispanic Folktale Collection

Tales Our Abuelitas Told: A Hispanic Folktale Collection

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Overview

Once upon a time, in a land far away...

These stories have journeyed far — over mountains, deserts, and oceans — carried by wind, passed on to us by our ancestors. Now they have found their way to you.

A sly fox, a bird of a thousand colors, a magical set of bagpipes, and an audacious young girl...A mixture of popular tales and literary lore, this anthology celebrates Hispanic culture and its many roots — Indigenous, African, Arab, Hebrew, and Spanish.

F. Isabel Campoy and Alma Flor Ada have retold twelve beloved stories that embody the lively spirit and the rich heritage of Latino people.

The work of four leasing Latino artists and illustrators highlights this unforgettable collection.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780689825835
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Publication date: 08/22/2006
Pages: 128
Sales rank: 601,044
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 5 - 10 Years

About the Author

Alma Flor Ada, an authority on multicultural and bilingual education, is the recipient of the 2012 Virginia Hamilton Literary Award, and in 2014 she was honored by the Mexican government with the prestigious OHTLI Award. She is the author of numerous award-winning books for young readers, including Dancing Home with Gabriel Zubizarreta, My Name Is María Isabel, Under the Royal Palms (Pura Belpré Medal), Where the Flame Trees Bloom, and The Gold Coin (Christopher Award Medal). She lives in California, and you can visit her at AlmaFlorAda.com.

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Tales Our Abuelitas Told: A Hispanic Folktale Collection 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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I've never heard a single one of these stories before today, yet every one of them had elements that felt both oddly familiar and familiarly odd. I loved reading the stories and reading the stories of the stories. I carry away from this book a new sense of how interconnected we all are.