"What can you use to dress up, play hide-and-seek, carry baby brother, and DANCE with?" A rebozo In a playful celebration of a vibrant culture, a young girl and her family show all the things they do in their daily lives with a rebozo, a traditional Mexican woven shawl. Lively prose and rich illustrations honor a warm and colorful cultural icon. You can do almost anything with a rebozo--and a little imagination
About the Author
Carmen Tafolla is a writer, speaker, and actress whose work has appeared in more than 200 anthologies. She is the winner of the 1999 Art of Peace award for writing that furthers peace, justice, and human understanding. She lives in San Antonio, Texas.
Amy Cordova is an artist and storyteller whose art reflects soul and spirit. She has been recognized for her work as an illustrator of children s books, receiving the Wisconsin Library Award for "Namaste!, " and being named honor winner of the American Library Association s Pura Belpre Award 2009 and 2010. Amy lives in Taos, New Mexico.
Para los ninos, Tafolla and Cordova weave together a delightful swirl of color, rhythm, and rhyme, delightful as a rebozo. ---Pat Mora