Paz: (Spanish Edition)

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Northsouth Books
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8.8 X 11.3 X 0.4 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author
Miranda Paul is the award-winning author of more than a dozen books for children, including Little Libraries, Big Heroes illustrated by John Parra, 365 illustrated by Julien Chung, Nine Months illustrated by Jason Chin, and Speak Up illustrated by Ebony Glenn. She is a founding member of the organization We Need Diverse Books, and lives with her family in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Baptiste Paul is the author of several books for children. Born and raised on the Caribbean Island of Saint Lucia, Baptiste is a native Creole/Patois speaker and enjoys reading his books and sharing about his experiences with anyone who would listen. Baptiste holds Degrees in Environmental Studies and Political Science from Bucknell University. When he's not writing or hiking, he up-cycles wood pallets into planters and wooden floors to name a few. He lives in Wisconsin with his family. Estelí Meza grew up surrounded by books, and her love for illustration began when she attended la Feria del Libro Infantil y Juvenil with her father. In 2018, Estelí was awarded A la Orilla del Viento, the premier picture book award in Mexico. Finding Home was her author-illustrator debut in the United States, published by Scholastic. She has also illustrated books published in Mexico, Spain, and the United Arab Emirates. Estelí spends her days drawing in her neighborhood in Mexico City and is always happiest with her notebook and pencil, and a chocolate pastry and cafecito. Visit her at Aida Salazar is an award-winning author, arts activist, and translator. Her critically acclaimed middle grade verse novels, THE MOON WITHIN, LAND OF THE CRANES, and A SEED IN THE SUN, combined have garnered numerous awards including: a Caldecott Honor, the Américas Award, Tomás Rivera Children's Book Award, International Latino Book Awards, Jane Addams Peace Honor, California Library Association Beatty Award, Northern CA Book Award, and an NCTE Charlotte Huck Honor among other distinctions. Her other award-winning works include the bio picture books, JOVITA WORE PANTS: The Story of a Mexican Freedom Fighter and IN THE SPIRIT OF A DREAM: 13 Stories of Immigrants of Color. She is the co-anthologist of CALLING THE MOON: Period Stories by BIPOC Authors. Aida lives with her family of artists in Oakland, CA. - Aida Salazar es una autora premiada, activista del arte y traductora. Sus novelas en verso The Moon Within, Land of the Cranes y A Seed in the Sun han recibido muchos galardones, entre ellos: Caldecott Honor, Américas Award, Tomás Rivera Children's Book Award, International Latino Book Awards y Jane Addams Peace Honor. Es también autora del álbum ilustrado biográfico Jovita Wore Pants: The Story of a Mexican Freedom Fighter y In the Spirit of a Dream: 13 Stories of Immigrants of Color. Es co-recopiladora de Calling the Moon: Period Stories by BIPOC Authors. Vive con su familia de artistas en Oaklanda, CA.
A visually splendid primer on peace.-- "Kirkus Reviews"
A valuable, necessary lesson that beautifully defines peace for children and their adults.-- "School Library Journal"
Perfect for celebrating spring as a time of birth and hope, this book is sure to spark family conversations about peace and
personal responsibility.-- "Washington Parent"
Thoughtful, inspiring words and exquisite illustrations to share with young minds during increasingly tumultuous times.-- "Avery & Augustine Blog"
This picture book takes a huge concept like peace and makes it completely approachable for young readers.-- "Mutually Inclusive Blog"