Colores de la Vida: Mexican Folk Art Colors in English and Spanish (First Concepts in Mexican Folk Art) (Board Books)
"Each page captures a sense of wonder, of the vibrancy of color, the imagination of the artist, the name of the hue. Colors take life in this small picture book, perfect for small hands, in an astonishing pairing of visual intimacy and artistic joy that make this one of the most distinctive recent books on color--in English or otherwise." --Papertigers.org
This book truly did take a village of artists, scattered all around mountain villages in the beautiful state of Oaxaca. Fifteen in fact Go to our website to see who carved what lovely animal. And, please, imagine the adventurous Cindy Weill traipsing from village to village in search of these wonderful artisans.
Este libro tom el trabajo de toda una comunidad de artistas, esparcidos por los pueblos de las monta as del hermoso estado de Oaxaca. Tom quince artistas, de hecho Ve a nuestro sitio para ver quien esculpi cada bonito animal. Y, por favor, imagina a la intr pida Cindy Weill paseando de pueblo a pueblo en b squeda de estos maravillosos artesanos y artesanas.
About the Author
Cynthia Weill is director of the Center for Children's Literature at the Bank Street College of Education in New York City. She is the author of the successful First Concepts in Mexican Folk Art series.