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An Interview With Pat Mora en Español

An Interview With Pat Mora en Español

Escrito por Pat Mora

Narrado por Pat Mora


An Interview With Pat Mora en Español

Escrito por Pat Mora

Narrado por Pat Mora

valoraciones:
5/5 (1 clasificación)
Longitud:
16 minutos
Publicado:
1 ene 2012
ISBN:
9781509440207
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

Mora is a Mexican-American author and poet. She writes short books for children about families, Mexican-American culture, and the desert. Many of her books have the English and Spanish words side-by-side.
Publicado:
1 ene 2012
ISBN:
9781509440207
Formato:
Audiolibro

Sobre el autor

PAT MORA is an award-winning author, the founder of Día (El día de los niños, El día de los libros / Children’s Day, Book Day), and an honorary member of the American Library Association. Her book Abuelos, illustrated by Amelia Lau Carling, won the International Latino Book Award for Best English Picture Book, a Library Media Connection Editor’s Choice Award, and it was named a Críticas Magazine Best Children’s Book. Pat is also the author of The Race of Toad and Deer (La carrera del sapo y el venado) and The Night the Moon Fell (La noche que se cayó la luna), both illustrated by Domi. She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.


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    I wasn’t familiar with this author but listened to her presentation as part of my lifelong study of Spanish. She was born and raised in El Paso, TX, where I grew up, and the public school system there wisely included formal Spanish as part of the primary school curriculum. I was pleased to hear Ms. Mora extolling the virtues of being educated and literate in both Spanish and English. Unfortunately this is not a given, even in border areas and other cities with large populations of Hispanics; too often children in these families grow up speaking informal Spanish and Spanglish, but with no literature or grammar. I will be reading and listening to more of her work.