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by Alma Flor Ada

Download Bajo las palmas reales: una infancia cubana / Under the Royal Palms: A Childhood in Cuba (Spanish Edition) eBook
ISBN:
1603963960
Author:
Alma Flor Ada
Category:
Geography & Cultures
Language:
Spanish
Publisher:
Alfaguara (January 1, 2010)
Pages:
96 pages
EPUB book:
1769 kb
FB2 book:
1676 kb
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1884 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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585


by Alma Flor Ada (Author). An exciting book chronicling the youth of writer Ada with recollections from her memories as a child growing up in Cuba.

by Alma Flor Ada (Author). The benefit of this book comes in the clear, authentic picture it paints of growing up as a child in a latinamerican country. As a teacher, this book is invaluable in presenting reading concepts in biographies with authentic literature.

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The author offers young readers an inspiring collection of stories and memoirs drawn from her childhood in Cuba. Heartwarming, poignant, and often humorous, these memories encourage children to discover the stories in their own lives. Awards: 2000 Pura Belpre Award Winner.

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ISBN-10: 1631139711 ISBN-13: 9781631139710 Author: Ada, Alma Flor Interest Level: 5-8 Publisher: Santillana USA . This is a wonderful description of the author's life in the small town of Camaguey, Cuba, during the 1950s.

This is a wonderful description of the author's life in the small town of Camaguey, Cuba, during the 1950s. The author attributes her success to the support of her extended family and the effect it had on her upbringing.

Fernando Alegria was a preeminent and prolific Chilean writer who taught Spanish and Portuguese at Berkeley and Stanford.

Bajo las palmas reales: una infancia cubana (Under the Royal Palms: A Cuban Childhood) Gathering the Sun: An Alphabet in Spanish and English. Mi nombre is María Isabel. My Name is María Isabel). Alma Flor Ada is the award-winning author of. educator. Fernando Alegria was a preeminent and prolific Chilean writer who taught Spanish and Portuguese at Berkeley and Stanford. He published books of short stories and poems, juvenile fiction, novels, and "Lautaro, the Young Liberator from Arauco", is based on the historical liberation of the Arauco Indians and centers on the role of the young "Toqui" (war chieftain), Lautaro.

Under the royal palms. She captures with some feeling the powerful effect of scent on memory: night jasmine, coffee, ylang-ylang, and her grandmother’s perfume of lavender and sage. She immortalizes sibling hurts and uncles’ gifts, and writes of the childhood mystery of adult conversations partially overheard and partially understood.

Alma Flor Ada has had a lifelong love for stories, her passion is evident in her retelling of folktales and nursery rhymes that unite generations of people from all across the Spanish-speaking world. In this exclusive video interview with ¡Colorín Colorado! Alma recalls the magical ways that family members introduced her to songs, stories, and words. For more author interviews, visit us at ww. olorinColorado. Colorin Colorado is a project of Reading Rockets, a national educational service of PBS station WETA. Major support is provided by the American Federation of Teachers.

The author offers young readers an inspiring collection of stories and memoirs drawn from her childhood in Cuba. Heartwarming, poignant, and often humorous, these memories encourage children to discover the stories in their own lives. <P>Awards: 2000 Pura Belpre Award Winner.<P>
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An exciting book chronicling the youth of writer Ada with recollections from her memories as a child growing up in Cuba. The benefit of this book comes in the clear, authentic picture it paints of growing up as a child in a latinamerican country. As a teacher, this book is invaluable in presenting reading concepts in biographies with authentic literature. I highly recommend it.
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I recommend this book! A thoughtful read!
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