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The Day of the Dead: A Bilingual Celebration (utgåvan 2011)

av Bob Barner (Författare)

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With sugar skulls, sweet-smelling marigold petals and joyful songs, Hispanic families welcome back ancestors on this holiday.
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Titel:The Day of the Dead: A Bilingual Celebration
Författare:Bob Barner (Författare)
Info:Holiday House (2011), Edition: Bilingual, 32 pages
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Author/illustrator Bob Barner offers an engaging celebration of the Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos for preschool children in this brightly-illustrated bilingual picture-book. The rhyming text describes the activities that people engage in on this holiday, which honors the spirits of one's ancestors and deceased relatives and friends. From the special treats to the decorations for the graveyard, from the singing to the dancing, this is a day to pray, to remember, and to celebrate...

Pairing Barner's simple text in rhyme - translated into Spanish by Teresa Mlawer - with lovely collage and mixed media artwork, The Day of the Dead / El día de los muertos offers a happy, upbeat look at a holiday celebrated in Mexico, a number of other Latin American countries, and parts of the United States. Although there is an afterword giving more information, I would have liked to see some discussion of the Day of the Dead as it relates to Allhallowtide (All Saints Eve, All Saints Day, All Souls Day), with which it coincides, and from which it takes some of its traditions. For me, one of the most fascinating aspects of Day of the Dead is its syncretism, blending European Catholic and indigenous Aztec beliefs. Of course, this is well outside the scope of this simple picture-book to explore fully. That said, some mention of All Souls/Saints Day would have allowed young readers to make connections between this cultural tradition and others the world over. Leaving that missed opportunity aside, this was an entertaining and engaging book, one I would recommend to any preschool teacher or storyteller looking for Day of the Dead titles. ( )
1 rösta AbigailAdams26 | Oct 18, 2020 |
The Day of the Dead: El Dia De Los Muertos is a wonderful bilingual book about the celebration of the Day of the Dead. It easily explains the preparations the family goes through along with the celebration of ancestors. This is a great beginning book and for those who are learning Spanish, a great book to help convert English into Spanish and Spanish into English. ( )
  KerrieMierop | Oct 29, 2019 |
I didn't grow up celebrating Día de los Muertos but I wish that I had after reading this. I know that Tucson has a huge celebration every year but I've never been able to make it down there to see what's going on. This book was really informative and pleasant to read. ( )
  CaputoJohn | Sep 30, 2018 |
Overall the main message behind this story is to inform its readers about the Mexican celebration called The Day of the Dead. I liked this book mostly because of how it is written. The book includes the words written in both English and Spanish. I think that is so interesting for the younger readers, especially the Spanish speaking readers to really connect to the book and its culture behind it. I like how the illustrations also depict the Mexican culture, with the colors and the symbols shown, a reader can really learn the background. The information is given in a fun way where its readers don't even realize they are learning something much deeper and not just reading a book. ( )
  dcrome1 | Oct 7, 2016 |
Tells of the Spanish Holiday, El Dia de Los Muertos through fun, colorful images and flowery text in both Spanish and English.
  savannahgatesstacy | Oct 2, 2016 |
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