La Catrina: Colors/Colores
By Patty Rodriguez & Ariana Stein
Illustrated by Citlali Reyes
Introduce little ones to the colors through the help of La Catrina in both English and Spanish!
Alebrijes, sugar skulls, and papel picado are all examples of the colorfulness of Day of the Dead festivities. La Catrina, the beloved figure of Día de Muertos, will introduce little ones to colors and their first English and Spanish words. Gather orange cempasúchil, indulge in green mole, and light a sea of velas blancas to welcome our dearly departed back home!
This book is perfect for parents to guide their little ones through the colors in both English and Spanish, as well as introduce them to the basics of Day of the Dead traditions and festivities.
Board Book / Juvenile Nonfiction / Holidays & Celebrations / Concepts / Colors
0.63" H x 6.69" L x 6.69" W (0.7 lbs) 22 pages