Día de Muertos: Números: A Day of the Dead Counting Book

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$15.99  $14.87
Harry N. Abrams
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8.43 X 8.58 X 0.55 inches | 0.75 pounds

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About the Author
Duncan Tonatiuh (toh-nah-tee-YOU) is an award-winning author-illustrator whose numerous accolades include the Sibert Medal and the Pura Belpré Award. Duncan is both Mexican and American. His artwork is inspired by Mesoamerican art. His aim is to create images and stories that honor the past, but are relevant to today's people, especially children. He grew up in and currently lives in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, where he celebrates Día de Muertos with his wife and children every year. Learn more at duncantonatiuh.com.

Duncan Tonatiuh es un galardonado autor e ilustrador. Ha recibido múltiples premios, entre ellos la medalla Sibert y el Premio Pura Belpré. Duncan es mexicano y estadounidense. Sus ilustraciones se inspiran en el arte mesoamericano. Él creció en San Miguel de Allende, México donde actualmente vive y celebra el Día de Muertos con su esposa e hijos todos los años. Aprende más en ducantonatiuh.com.
"[T]his tale will delight readers... A charming concept and holiday book--count on this one to be a future favorite." --Kirkus
"Tonatiuh has created a wonderful counting book that is visually appealing and educational...Written in Spanish and English, it presents many opportunities for readers to learn about the holiday and its rich traditions, as well as to learn counting...A great choice for libraries looking to add holiday or counting books to their collection for younger children." --School Library Journal
Tonatiuh's stylized mixed-media illustrations, inspired by the same pre-Columbian art traditions as his cultural and historical retellings will draw readers in.This clever counting book introduces this important part of Día de Muertos celebrations in an accessible and eye-catching format. --Horn Book