A Caribbean Journey from A to Y: Read and Discover what Happened to the Z

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Editorial Campana, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Join us in this fun and educational journey through the Caribbean islands, one letter at a time.??From Aruba to Trinidad and from Alligator to Yam, you will learn the names of many of the islands, plus fascinating facts about them. ??A Caribbean astronaut? From which island? Seals in these tropical waters? An island with over 300 rivers? And what is a cokí???With beautiful illustrations by Native American artist Earleen Griswold, drawn during her years living in the Virgin Islands, this is a book that you and your family will enjoy opening again and again. It will captivate, entertain, and educate readers from any part of the world.??And wait until you see what they did with the Z...
 

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I bought this book for my son who is 5 and he loves it. the illustrations are fun and in reading the abc's I have learned quite a bit about the caribbean as has my son. A wonderful, enchanting and educational book what more can you ask for! I have since then given this book as gifts at several birthdays. 

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MARIO PICAYO is a cultural activist, audiovisual artist and producer. He has worked for the Smithsonian Institution, the Dominican Republic's Institute of Folklore and other cultural institutions in the United States and the Caribbean. As a photographer, Mario Picayo' solo exhibitions have been presented in New York, Spain, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Argentina, Cuba, and the Virgin Islands. In the past he has worked as editor for Sesame Workshop (Sesame Street). He currently divides his time between duties as Editor in Chief of Editorial Campana, an independent publishing house, as Producer of Gente y cultura, the award winning public television program, and as Executive Director of LART (Latino Artist Round Table), a not-for-profit organization founded in 1999.The New York State Assembly made public recognition to his artistic career and his work as defender and promoter of Latino culture in 2004.

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