Description - Arturo and the Navidad Birds by Anne Broyles
Its time to decorate the arbol de Navidad with Arturo and his grandmother, Abue Rosa, in this bilingual Christmas story. Children will learn Spanish vocabulary as well as the lessons of responsibility and forgiveness. Grandparents and parents alike will take pleasure in imparting this message about the importance of intergenerational relationships and family memories. Abue Rosa shares with Arturo the family story surrounding each ornament as it is hung. But what happens when Arturo plays withand breaksa glass bird? Journey through Arturos family history to find out in this unique and touching holiday tale.
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(280mm x 216mm x 13mm)
Pelican Publishing Co
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Author Biography - Anne Broyles
Anne Broyles is a writer and United Methodist minister who also contributes to both Pockets magazine and Merrimack Valley Magazine. Her picture books have won such awards as a Teachers Choice Award and recognition on the McNaughton List. A graduate of the University of Arizona with a BA in French and speech and a minor in drama, Broyles is also a member of the New England chapter of the Society of Childrens Book Writers and Illustrators. She currently lives in North Andover, Massachusetts. KE Lewis is the resident cartoonist for Cobblestone magazine and an animator for Dig It!, an education program out of Seattle, Washington. She has illustrated several books and is well regarded for her skills as an animation artist and graphic designer. A member of the Society of Childrens Book Writers and Illustrators and the Puget Sound Beekeepers Association, she has previously served as an interpreter for Siberian shamans visiting Russia and written for childrens radio. Lewis lives in Seattle, Washington, with her husband, son, two cats, four chickens, and forty thousand honeybees.