Celebraciones: Dias Feriados de los Estados Unidos y Mexico

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Charlesbridge, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The United States and Mexico share many similar holidays. These special days reflect common values, mutual respect for family and history, and rich cultural heritages. Through folk art, Nancy Tabor shows the similarities and differences of each holiday.

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Tabor's rounded figures, drawn with childlike simplicity, move over vibrant background washes in this introduction to the holidays of the US and Mexico. Writing both English and Spanish texts, she ... Read full review

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Nancy Maria Grande Tabor is the author of several bilingual books for Charlesbridge, including EL GUSTO DEL MERCADO MEXICANO/A TASTE OF THE MEXICAN MARKET, SOMOS UN ARCO IRIS/WE ARE A RAINBOW, CINCUENTA EN LA CEBRA/FIFTY ON THE ZEBRA, and ALBERTINA ANDA ARRIBA/ALBERTINA GOES UP. Nancy is a bilingual teacher in Sonoma, California. She often speaks at schools, libraries, and conferences to emphasize the need for language-rich books in Spanish. She stresses the importance of understanding other cultures and the reflection of culture through literature in both her presentations and her books.

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