Alma and Her Family/Alma y su familia

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Alma and Her Family/Alma y su familia
Written by Juana Martinez-Neal
Format: Board Book
ISBN-13: 9780763693626
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Alma and Her Family/Alma y su familia

author/illustrator: Juana Martinez-Neal

series name:
Alma's Words/Las palabras de Alma

I play with my cousins. / Juego con mis primas.
I sing to Pajarito. / Le canto a Pajarito.

How much does little Alma love her family? She kisses her daddy, squeezes her mommy, laughs with her grandma, and . . . paints on her artist grandpa (such a good sport!). Juana Martinez-Neal’s bilingual board book brings back familiar characters and introduces new ones in a conversational narration (shown in both languages on every spread) as well as gentle illustrations exuding whimsy and warmth.

Meet Alma’s family . . . in two languages! The beloved star of the Caldecott Honor Book Alma and How She Got Her Name appears in a series of joy-filled bilingual board books featuring words and simple phrases in English and Spanish.
suggested retail price (U.S./CAN):
$8.99 / $11.99
isbn-10/isbn-13:
0763693626 /  9780763693626
on sale date:
09/2023
type/format:
Board Books / Board Book
age range:
2 yrs - 5 yrs
# of pages/size:
24 / 7" x 7"
grade range:
Preschool - Kindergarten
 
subjects:
General; Family; Diversity & Multicultural; Words;
author’s comments:
Juana Martinez-Neal is the Peruvian-born daughter and granddaughter of painters. Her debut as an author-illustrator, Alma and How She Got Her Name, was awarded a Caldecott Honor and published in Spanish as Alma y cómo obtuvo su nombre. She is the author-illustrator of the acclaimed Zonia’s Rain Forest and the illustrator of La Princesa and the Pea by Susan Middleton Elya, for which she won a Pura Belpré Illustrator Award, Babymoon by Hayley Barrett, and Fry Bread: A Native American Family Story by Kevin Noble Maillard, which won a Robert F. Sibert Medal. She also co-illustrated with Molly Idle I Don’t Care by Julie Fogliano. Juana Martinez-Neal lives in Connecticut with her family. Visit her online at www.juanamartinezneal.com.
 
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