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by Magaly Morales,Pat Mora

Author: Magaly Morales,Pat Mora
Subcategory: Geography & Cultures
Language: English
Publisher: Clarion Books; Bilingual edition (September 14, 2009)
Pages: 32 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.8
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This book is perfect for my 4 yr. old since we can sing along the 12 days of Christmas in both Spanish and English! .

This book is perfect for my 4 yr. old since we can sing along the 12 days of Christmas in both Spanish and English! My son loves to say in Spanish the numbers, and is looking forward to the next number as we sing. It's catchy, fun, and the illustrations are beautiful! I love it that in the back of the book they have the words translated. For example, "trompo" is a spinning top! :) This is a wonderful book which I will also be using for a Cultural Playdate: A Latino 12 Days of Christmas together with the celebration of the Three Kings Day! I highly recommend this book to anyone!.

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A Piñata in a Pine Tree book. A secret amiga gives twelve days of gifts for Christmas Magaly Morales also illustrated another Americas Award book What Can you do with a Paleta?

A Piñata in a Pine Tree book. A secret amiga gives twelve days of gifts for Christmas. It's definitely a bit of a tongue-twister, and some of the rhythm doesn't work quite right for singing to the traditional tune, but it's close. The numbers and gifts are all in Spanish (cinco guitarritas, cuatro luminarias, tres tamelitos, dos pastelitos, etc), except for "a piñata in a pine tree. Magaly Morales also illustrated another Americas Award book What Can you do with a Paleta?

This Christmas book for children ages 3 to 7 puts a new twist on the age old story of The Twelve Days of Christmas. Magaly Morales, sister of the award-winning artist Yuyi Morales, lives in Mexico. A Piñata in a Pine Tree is her second book.

This Christmas book for children ages 3 to 7 puts a new twist on the age old story of The Twelve Days of Christmas. Instead of the traditional partridges and pear trees, latino gifts of piñatas and burritos bailando (dancing donkeys) are given. Especially nice for big brothers and sisters.

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An award-winning author and a rising star artist have put a festive Lati twist on The Twelve Days of Christmas, populating it with pinatas in place of partridges, plus burritos bailando (dancing donkeys), lunitas cantando (singing moons), and much more, all displayed in the most vivid colors imaginable. In this version a little girl receives gifts from a secret amiga, whose identity is a sweet surprise at the book's conclusion.

Pat Mora (born January 19, 1942 in El Paso, Texas) is an American poet and author of books for adults, teens and children. A Piñata in a Pine Tree: A Latino Twelve Days of Christmas. illustrated by Magaly Morales. Her grandparents came to El Paso from northern Mexico. A graduate of the University of Texas at El Paso, she received Honorary Doctorates from North Carolina State University and SUNY Buffalo, and is an Honorary Member of the American Library Association.

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by Pat Mora and Magaly Morales. Magaly Morales's first book for Clarion was A Piñata in a Pine Tree by Pat Mora (Fall 2009). She also is the illustrator of What Can You Do with a Paleta?, and is sister to the acclaimed artist Yuyi Morales. A magical Latino-flavored celebration of the Christmas season. ISBN-13/EAN: 9780618841981. In trading a partridge for a pinnate and intertwining English and Spanish, Mora has created not only a fun adaptation of a classic Christmas carol but also an introduction to many elements of holiday celebrations for families across the .

In an illustrator's note, Magaly Morales talks about Christmas in Mexico .

Parents need to know that A Piñata in a Pine Tree: A Latino Twelve Days of Christmas, by Pat Mora, is a twist on the classic Christmas carol, with 12 Latin-flavored gift items listed in Spanish and easily understood from the pictures. Pronunciation tips appear in the art as well as in a glossary at he back. In an illustrator's note, Magaly Morales talks about Christmas in Mexico, where she lives. A PINATA IN A PINE TREE adapts the beloved Christmas carol, replacing the familiar European references to lords, ladies, and geese with Spanish vocabulary and Latin American cultural traditions of the season, from luminarias and piñatas to tamales and pastelitos (small pies).

An award-winning author and a rising star artist have put a festive Latino twist on "The Twelve Days of Christmas," populating it with pi atas in place of partridges, plus burritos bailando (dancing donkeys), lunitas cantando (singing moons), and much more, all displayed in the most vivid colors imaginable.

An award-winning author and a rising star artist have put a festive Latino twist on "The Twelve Days of Christmas," populating it with piñatas in place of partridges, plus burritos bailando (dancing donkeys), lunitas cantando (singing moons), and much more, all displayed in the most vivid colors imaginable. In this version a little girl receives gifts from a secret amiga, whose identity is a sweet surprise at the book's conclusion. There are things to find and count in Spanish on every page, with pronunciations provided right in the pictures and a glossary and music following the story. This joyous fiesta will warm even the coldest of hearts.