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Cuando aun no existian los suenos (Before…

Cuando aun no existian los suenos (Before There Were Dreams) (Spanish…

by Stefan Czernecki

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This is a tale of how dreams came to be that is based on Mexican folk art. The folk -style art used in the story is very beautiful and different from typical books that are usually available. The text is very lyrical, almost like a poem. The book is part of a series called “Libros del Alba” in honor of the International Day of Children's Books. The publisher, Artes de México, publishes folklore tales, poetry and literature based on traditional Mexican mythology and even publishes books in various indigenous languages of Mexico.
  ameliagilbertson | Jun 5, 2014 |
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