Bravo, Tanya

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Lectorum Publications, 2002 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 32 pages
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A la pequeña Tanya le encanta bailar. A veces en la pradera, a veces junto al río. A veces, al son de una música que sólo ella puede oír. Pero en la academia de danza, cuando la señorita Alicia, la profesora, se pone a contar en voz alta y a dar palmadas, Tanya no logra oír música alguna. Y así, la pobre niña se equivoca y se tropieza a cada paso. A ella le parece que eso no es bailar."--Publisher's description.

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Author and editor Patricia Lee Gauch was born in Detroit, Michigan on January 3, 1934. She received a B. A. in English Literature from Miami University in Ohio, a M. A. in Teaching from Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York, and a Doctorate in English Literature from Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. Before she began writing children's books, she was a newspaper reporter for the Louisville Courier-Journal and freelanced for the Detroit Free Press. She has written over thirty children's books, which have received critical acclaim as well as numerous awards and citations. In 1985, she became the Editor-in-Chief of Philomel Books and was the editor for Caldecott Medal winners Owl Moon by Jane Yolen and Lon Po Po by Ed Young, as well as the Caldecott Honor winner Seven Blind Mice, also by Ed Young. She has taught children's literature at Rutgers University and Drew University and her reviews have appeared in The New York Times. She is currently the Vice-President and Editorial Director of Philomel Books and lives in Hyde Park, New York.

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