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Cynthia Weill
Cynthia WeillCynthia Weill

Cindy Weill has worked as an educator and in the field of international development. She has been fascinated with Oaxacan crafts since 1996 when she taught in Mexico through the Fulbright exchange. She is the co-author of the very successful ABeCedarios: Mexican Folk Art ABCs in Spanish and English—the book that began her series: First Concepts in Mexican Folk Art. Next came Opuestos: Mexican Folk Art Opposites in English and Spanish. Soon to follow were Colores de la vida, a bilingual book about colors, and Count Me In, a bilingual number book inspired by the Oaxacan Guelaguetza parade. Cynthia's newest book and collaboration, Mi familia calaca/My Skeleton Family came out in 2013.

Ten Mice for Tet (Chronicle, 2003) was Cindy's first book which she co-authored with Pegi Deitz Shea, and was inspired by the Vietnamese embroidery she saw while working in international relief in Ha Noi, Vietnam. She is trained as an art historian and holds master’s degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and Teachers College Columbia University. She lives in New York City.

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