The perfect gift for the early reader in your life!
Special for the holidays, our gift set of First Concepts in Mexican Folk Art includes the first four books in Cynthia Weill's
series of bilingual picture books. The 25% discount means you get one book for FREE when you buy all four! Featuring images of beautiful and bright woodcuts made by some of the greatest artisans in the world, the books teach little ones the alphabet, opposites, colors and numbers—in English and Spanish!
Letters in Spanish and English
"An outstanding alphabet book, this is highly recommended..." —Críticas
Opposites in Spanish and English
"Direct and charming." —Publishers Weekly
• Colores de la Vida
Colors in Spanish and English
"The sculptures are hypnotic." —Publishers Weekly
• Count Me In
Numbers in Spanish and English
"This peek into Mexico’s art and traditions is certainly one of the most joyous children will encounter." —Kirkus Reviews
works at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City. She is the co-author with Pegi Deitz Shea of Ten Mice for Tet (Chronicle Books, 2003), a book inspired by the Vietnamese embroidery she saw while working in international relief in Hanoi, Vietnam. She is trained as an art historian and studies the process of folk artisans around the world.