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Cuentos Que Contaban Nuestras Abuelas (Tales Our Abuelitas Told): Cuentos Populares Hispanicos (Spanish) Paperback – 21 Aug 2007
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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 Maria Isabel, Under the Royal Palms (Pura Belpre 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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He comprado algunos libros en español que son traducciones y el español es triste. Este libro es una belleza de leer, y eso no es fácil de encontrar. Lo recomiendo mucho.
Creo que es como para niños de 5 años. Igual se lo estoy leyendo a mi hijo y el se esfuerza por seguir el cuento. Lo tengo que ayudar conversando sobre lo leído, pues sino noto que no lo puede seguir.
If I give them the book it will be relegated to their toy bin as their parents do'nt read to them.
Now, when I visit they ask if I have the book with me and we sit and I read to them. They ask to hear the same stories over again. I feel this activates their imagination and brings out their creativity and visualization as there is only one or two drawings per story so they have to imagine and visualize. My graet uncle would tell us stories when we were kids in the 1950s and I remember how we enjoyed listening and imagining the scenes.
Easy and fun to read. It has very few illustrations, but I find them to be creative and great.
Definitely not for young kids, as the pages are of regular thickness.