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by Matthew Gollub,Martín Luis Guzmán Ferrer,Leovigildo Martinez

  • ISBN: 1889910007
  • Category: Geography and Cultures
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Matthew Gollub,Martín Luis Guzmán Ferrer,Leovigildo Martinez
  • Language: Spanish
  • Publisher: Tortuga Press (January 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1259 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1252 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Pronto los animales se ganan el corazon de todos. 100 Children's Titles for Reading and Sharing-New York Public Library Artwork honored by the Society of Illustrators in New York Paintings and text displayed in Art Institute of Chicago and over 40 museums nationwide Film Advisory Board Award for Excellence. product description page. Los Veinticinco Gatos Mixtecos - by Matthew Gollub & Martin Luis Guzman Ferrer (Hardcover).

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In a dusty mountain village of the artist's own Oaxaca, the local healer returns from market with twenty-five pets.

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Guzmán was born in Chihuahua, Chihuahua. Along with Mariano Azuela, he is considered a pioneer of the revolutionary novel, a genre inspired by the experiences of the Mexican Revolution of 1910

Curso Protagonistas del siglo XX. Martín Luis Guzmán. Guzmán was born in Chihuahua, Chihuahua. Along with Mariano Azuela, he is considered a pioneer of the revolutionary novel, a genre inspired by the experiences of the Mexican Revolution of 1910. His novels La sombra del caudillo (1929) and El águila y la serpiente (1928) depict the Mexican Revolution and its political aftermath, both of which the author was familiar with, having contributed both to revolutionary agitation and to the formation of the new revolutionary government.

by Matthew Gollub & illustrated by Leovigildo Martinez. Meanwhile, however, Martinez's paintings-in an appealing surreal style featuring regional motifs and whimsical distortions (the artist terms it & magic'')-pulse with the fiesta's color and energy

by Matthew Gollub & illustrated by Leovigildo Martinez. Meanwhile, however, Martinez's paintings-in an appealing surreal style featuring regional motifs and whimsical distortions (the artist terms it & magic'')-pulse with the fiesta's color and energy. Next time, perhaps, he'll be given a stronger story.

Florentino García Martínez (born 1942, in Mochales or Madrid) is a former Catholic priest, now married and for many years professor of religion and theology at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. He is a leading expert on messianic ideas in the Dead Sea scrolls.

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Set in an indigenous Mixtec village in the artist’s own Oaxaca, Mexico, the story involves an evil healer, a good healer and his extraordinary feline pets. Though some people fear the cats will eat everything in sight—and maybe even set fire to fields—the animals soon prove their worth and win their way into the villagers’ hearts. [Partial description in Spanish: Un curandero regresa del mercado provisto de una camada de gatitos. Pronto los animales se ganan el corazón de todos.] 100 Children’s Titles for Reading and Sharing—New York Public Library Artwork honored by the Society of Illustrators in New York Paintings and text displayed in Art Institute of Chicago and over 40 museums nationwide Film Advisory Board Award for Excellence