Anacaona: The Golden Flower Queen

Viviana S. Torres (Author) Ocampo Maria (Illustrator)


Anacaona lived during the time of Christopher Columbus. She was a Taina, a native from
Quisqueya, the island that today is comprised of the Dominican Republic and Haiti. She made a
powerful stand against the Spanish invaders, for which she lost her life. The inspiring story of
this courageous native woman is meant to inspire children to be brave too.


Anacaona vivió durante la época de Cristóbal Colón. Era una Taina, una nativa de Quisqueya, la isla que hoy se compone de República Dominicana y Haití. Anacaona se resistió a la conquista española, por lo que perdió la vida. La historia inspiradora de esta valiente Taina está destinada a inspirar a jovenes lectores a que sean valientes y firmes en sus convicciones también.

Product Details

Cayena Press, Inc.
Publish Date
October 12, 2019
7.01 X 0.25 X 10.0 inches | 0.66 pounds

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About the Author

Viviana is a 10-year-old girl who likes drawing, making crafts with her friends, and writing - a lot. She lives in New York with her mom, dad, older brother, and their new rescued dog, Argento. She is a shy and kind girl who loves nature and animals, likes to draw manga and write fictional short stories.
Maria is a graphic designer passionate about art who believes in the importance of representations and telling the stories that were hidden from us or had been forgotten.