Fiesta Babies

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Tricycle Press, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 20 pages
Join in the lastest fun from a Pura Belpr Honor-winning team. These Fiesta Babies dance, march on parade, and sing along to mariachi songs in their spirited celebration of fiestas. From pi atas to flower coronas, little ones are introduced to the many coloful aspects of an important and lively Latino cultural tradition.

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User Review  - vicmelen - LibraryThing

The book would be good for lower elementary students. The book is about what babies do while at a fiesta. One each page the words are rhyming. This would be great for students to read and recognize the rhyming that is occurring. Personally I really was not fond of the book. Read full review

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User Review  - pixysshaken - LibraryThing

Vibrant colors great for read aloud, tells about actions of fiesta babies and their contribution to festival. Would be great to ask kids to list some cultural things they do on holidays. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

CARMEN TAFOLLA is a widely anthologized, award-winning Mexican American poet and author. Her previous books with Tricycle Press include What Can You Do With a Rebozo? and What Can You Do With a Paleta? She lives in San Antonio, Texas.

AMY C RDOVA is an artist and educator who lives in the mountains of northern New Mexico, where she and her partner, Dan Enger, own a gallery brimming with their bold and colorful works. Her previous book with Tricycle Press, What Can You Do With a Rebozo?, won the Pura Belpr Honor for Illustration.

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