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COUNT ME IN

A Parade of Mexican Folk Art Numbers in English and Spanish

by Cynthia Weill
illustrated by The Aguilar Sisters
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Missouri State Teachers Association Reading List, 2013
Oaxacan dancers and musicians celebrate with a colorful parade. Count yourself in the fun!

Product Details

10-digit ISBN1-941026-70-032
13-digit ISBN978-1-941026-70-032
FormatBoard Book
LanguageBilingual - English & Spanish
Also Available InHardcover
Page Count32
Product Dimensions8x8
Publication DateJanuary 22, 2017
SubjectSubject 1
RightsAll Rights Available
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Practice your numbers in English and Spanish when you count the beautiful dancers, playful musicians, and happy children of Oaxaca as the Guelaguetza parade goes by! Pronounced Gal-a-get-zah, the lively celebration—full of traditional dancing and music—takes place every July deep in the heart of southern Mexico. ONE band leader with a big white balloon! DOS hombres with firecrackers! THREE musicians! FOUR giants! All exquisitely handcrafted by the Mexican folk art masters Guillermina, Josefina, Irene, and Concepción Aguilar, in collaboration with author and scholar Cynthia Weill. Bienvenidos! Welcome to the parade!


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Cynthia Weill is a professor and mentor to teachers at Columbia University's Teachers College. She also owns a non-profit—Aid to Women Artisans—that promotes the craftwork of artisans from developing countries. Count Me In is her fourth book in the First Concepts in Mexican Folk Art Series.


The Aguilar Sisters are Mexico's most beloved artisans. They learned how to make clay figurines from their mother Dońa Isaura. These lively independent women are considered great masters of Mexican folk art and have been visited by Queen Elizabeth, Queen Sofia of Spain, various Mexican presidents, and Nelson Rockefeller. Their humorous ceramics of the people of their town and state are in museum collections the world over.

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