Colores de la vida
An educational power point showing how the lion on the cover "was born."
Count me in!
An educational power point about the Aguilar sisters and the festival that the book celebrates.
Count me in! A counting book with figurative ceramics by the world famous Aguilar sisters! Just awarded the designation, "A Junior Library Guild Selection" for 2012.
Mi Familia Calaca/My Skeleton Family. Available in September. Stunning paper mache calacas by award winning artist, Jesus Canseco Zarate.
Colores de la Vida uses work from wood, tin, ceramic and papier-mache artisans. Some of the artisans are just starting their careers. Some are considered "Great Masters of Mexican Folk Art."
The animals in this opposites book were hand carved by brothers Martin and Quirino Santiago and their family members. The Santiagos live in the hamlet of La Union Tejelapam outside of Oaxaca, City.
Each piece in this alphabet book was hand carved by brothers Moises and Armando Jimenez. Their wives and children painted and sanded the work. The figures from ABeCedarios were recently acquired by the Field Museum of Chicago.
Original embroidered cover and book jacket of Ten Mice for Tet. Each page of the book was hand sewn by Mr. Dinh and his family in the village of Quat Dong, Vietnam.