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LA Vasija Que Juan Fabrico (Spanish Edition) (edition 2004)

by Nancy Andrews-Goebel (Author)

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A cumulative rhyme summarizes the life's work of renowned Mexican potter, Juan Quezada. Additional information describes the process he uses to create his pots after the style of the Casas Grandes people.
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Title:LA Vasija Que Juan Fabrico (Spanish Edition)
Authors:Nancy Andrews-Goebel (Author)
Info:Lee & Low Books (2004), 26 pages
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The Pot That Juan Built by Nancy Andrews-Goebel

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I found that this book is not only informative to the reader, but engaging and captivating to the eye. I found that this book is wonderfully articulated, as it uses a plot and a poem to describe his life. I found that the poem was enlightening to read and could be utilized in the classroom. Where as the story of his life and the information that is included with it, could be used for a research or further exploration, and this book just be the start. This book is the description of Juan Quezada and the pots that he made and the connection of the pots to the village that he lived in. ( )
  JShowket | Nov 15, 2020 |
The Pot That Juan Built is abut a young Hispanic male who learned how to make pots. Juan uses things around him as props to help make his pot. The pictures give an insight of Juan's culture. One the left side of the book there is a poem telling the story, while the right side has facts about the real potter, Juan Quezada. This story would be helpful to students in an art class who are learning to make pots or an English class that is learning about rhyming words and/or poetry. ( )
  Zhamp | Mar 17, 2019 |
This book talks about culture and how different people live. Students can see how others experience life and get to do the things they do. It also expresses to them how hard someone has to work to accomplish their goals. Great lessons to express to students in their learning about culture.
  beccaholtz | Nov 27, 2018 |
I had never heard of Juan Quezada before I read this story but it's funny to realize that my dad was such a big fan of his. My dad collects Native American pottery and many of the pieces he finds are remnants from the Casas Grandes people. Now that I'm familiar with Quezada's process and work I can make sense of the pottery that my dad brings home. This was a great story of artistic expression and development. ( )
  CaputoJohn | Sep 30, 2018 |
This is a story that explains the process of making a pot. The main text is repetitive and grows longer on every page. With every step that is added, there is side text that gives more historical information about a pot maker named Juan Quezada.
Ages: 4-6
Source: Teaching Strategies Gold Boxed Curriculum
  hjaksha | Jun 7, 2018 |
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Lee & Low Books

4 editions of this book were published by Lee & Low Books.

Editions: 1584300388, 1584302305, 1584302291, 1600608485

 

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