Count me in : a parade of Mexican folk art numbers in English and Spanish /
by Weill, Cynthia; Aguilar, Guillermina [artist.]; Aguilar, Josefina (Aguilar Alcántara) [artist.]; Aguilar, Irene (Aguilar Alcántara) [artist.]; Aguilar, Concepción [artist.].Material type: BookPublisher: El Paso : Cinco Puntos Press, ©2012Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9781941026700; 193595539X; 9781941026700; 1941026702.Language note: Text in English and Spanish.Subject(s): Counting -- Juvenile literature | Numerals -- Juvenile literature | Parades -- Juvenile literature | Counting | Numerals | Parades | Spanish language materials -- Bilingual | Literature | Board books | Materiales en español | Spanish language materials. -- Bilingual | Board books | Juvenile works | Spanish language books | Spanish language materials | Materiales en español | Literature | Spanish language materials -- BilingualSummary: Figurines representing participants in the parade at the Guelaguetza festival held in Oaxaca, Mexico, introduce the numbers from one to ten in English and Spanish.
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|Books||Altadena Main Library||Children's Collection||Children's Board Books||SPANISH BB WEI||Available||39270004033175|
|Books||Bob Lucas Memorial Library||Children's Collection||Children's World Languages Collection Fiction||BRANCH SPANISH BB WEI||Available||39270003945452|
Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
<p>"[An] irresistible bilingual picture book for those still learning their numbers...It's darling." -- San Antonio Express-News </p> <p>"[T]his peek into Mexico's art and traditions is certainly one of the most joyous counting books that children will encounter."-- Kirkus </p> <p>"[A] fine bilingual counting book ... beautiful, creative, and sometimes whimsical." -- School Library Journal </p> <p>"Weill returns with another joyous celebration of Mexican folk art." -- Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books </p> <p>The Aguilar Sisters , lively and independent women, are Mexico's most renowned artisans. They learned how to make clay figurines from their mother, Isaura Álcantara Diaz. Their humorous sculptures of village characters are in collections around the world.</p>
Figurines representing participants in the parade at the Guelaguetza festival held in Oaxaca, Mexico, introduce the numbers from one to ten in English and Spanish.
Text in English and Spanish.