This is a charming book in so many ways, and definitely fun for a family to enjoy together. It will appeal to readers ages 5 to 8, who like stories about Spanish culture, stories about sisters, and surprising revelations about parents.
Award-winning author Carole P. Roman delivers her best addition to the “An Introduction to Learning About Other Cultures” series, so far, with fun facts and an action-packed look into the many pleasures of Norway.
In 1937 Guernica, Spain, twelve-year-old Ani is used to being invisible while helping her mother earn a living from selling sardines. Schoolmates call her the “sardine girl." Ani’s Basque father is off fighting in the Spanish Civil War.
Mirela Roznoveanu is a literary critic, writer, and journalist who has published novels, literary criticism, essays, and poetry. We talked to Roznoveanu about her book Old Romanian Fairytales, in which she has translated the fairytales she loved as a child.
The present book of English translations by Mirela Roznoveanu, titled Old Romanian Fairy Tales, with illustrations by Alexandra Conte captures and conveys great narratives of the Romanian folklore. This is a book for all libraries that carries children’s books with collections of cultural studies, folklore, and cultural anthropology.
Enter to win a copy of Deborah Harkness's Shadow of Night and a specially designed “Ashmole 782” temporary tattoo and a set of 6 buttons, displaying different alchemical symbols.
Deborah Harkness exploded onto the literary scene with her debut novel, A Discovery of Witches. Now, Shadow