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Josefina review º 104 ✓ Count along in English and Spanish with a Mexican folk artist as she sculpts her world from clay Inspired by Josefina Aguilar an artist who continues to create painted clay figures in the village of Ocotlán Mexico this colorful tale is profound in its beauty and simplicity “Winter is a true original and this work gives further proIn its beauty and simplicity “Winter is a true original and this work gives further proof of her talent”Publishers Week. Beautiful book inspired by a Mexican folk artist brGood for grades k3

Jeanette Winter Ñ 4 review

Count along in English and Spanish with a Mexican folk artist as she sculpts her world from clay Inspired by Josefina Aguil. Josefina by Jeanette Winter is a great example of a realistic fiction children’s book There were a lot of different aspects of this book that would make it a could recommendation for kids First of all there are parts of the book that are in English yet introduce words in Spanish This is an awesome way to give younger readers an idea of a second language The pictures that go along with the words definitely give clues as to what is happening Another characteristic of this book that makes it a fantastic teaching tool is the fact that it is a counting book Although it may be a little advanced for a child who does not already know how to count to ten it is still a nice addition to the book The reader will be able to learn how to count in Spanish if they are already advanced in the English language The illustrations in this book are absolutely beautiful Every page is filled with bright and vivid colors that look as if they’ve been painted This will hold children’s attention and make them want to turn the page to see what bright colorful picture will come up next

review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ñ Jeanette Winter

JosefinaAr an artist who continues to create painted clay figures in the village of Ocotlán Mexico this colorful tale is profound. Wonderfully illustrates What a cute counting book It counts tradtional mexican cultural artifacts and is cute and uite different from traditional american counting books There are 7 mariachis 5 campesinos farmers Very cute book