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Count Me In!: A Parade of Mexican Folk Art Numbers in English and Spanish (First Concepts in Mexican Folk Art)

Handcrafted clay figures from Oaxaca, Mexico, invite children to join a parade as they count from one to ten in English and Spanish.

Figuras de barro hechas a mano en Oaxaca, M xico, invitan a los ni os a unirse a un desfile mientras cuentan del uno al diez en ingl's y espa ol.

Here comes the parade Young readers practice number words and counting in English and Spanish as musicians, dancers, "giants," and more march by. One/Uno band leader carries a big white balloon. Two/dos men bring fireworks. Three/tres musicians play their instruments. All the way to ten/diez more onlookers who join the Guelaguetza parade.

Guelaguetza is a cultural event that takes place every July in Oaxaca, Mexico. This lively celebration is joyously depicted in this book by a simple storyline and a parade of fun, colorful, handcrafted clay figures for children to enjoy and count.

Aqu viene el desfile Los lectores j venes practican palabras num ricas y cuentan en ingl's y espa ol mientras m sicos, bailarines, "gigantes" y m's marchan. El l der de la banda uno/one lleva un gran globo blanco. Dos/two hombres traen fuegos artificiales. Tres/three m sicos tocan sus instrumentos. Todo el camino a diez/ten m's espectadores que se suman al desfile de la Guelaguetza.

La Guelaguetza es un evento cultural que se lleva a cabo cada mes de julio en Oaxaca, M xico. Esta animada celebraci n est alegremente representada por una historia simple y un desfile de figuras de arcilla hechas a mano, coloridas y divertidas para que los ni os disfruten y cuenten.

ISBN: 9781941026700

ISBN-10: 9781941026700

Publisher: Cinco Puntos Press

Publication Date: 04/11/2017 - 12:00am

On Sale: 04/11/2017 - 12:00am

Pages: 32

Language: English

Categories

Concepts - Counting & Numbers

People & Places - Mexico

Art - Sculpture