La Difunta Familia Diaz (spanish)

La Difunta Familia Diaz spanish A fresh funny take on the Day of the Dead that s packed with kid appeal Every skeleton in the Land of the Dead is excited to celebrate el D a de los Muertos with the Living But not Angelito His big s

  • Title: La Difunta Familia Diaz (spanish)
  • Author: P.J. Bracegirdle Poly Bernatene
  • ISBN: 9780545648981
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
  • A fresh, funny take on the Day of the Dead that s packed with kid appeal Every skeleton in the Land of the Dead is excited to celebrate el D a de los Muertos with the Living But not Angelito His big sister has told him all about their horrifying bulgy eyes and squishy skin So when Angelito is separated from his family in the Land of the Living, he s petrified until heA fresh, funny take on the Day of the Dead that s packed with kid appeal Every skeleton in the Land of the Dead is excited to celebrate el D a de los Muertos with the Living But not Angelito His big sister has told him all about their horrifying bulgy eyes and squishy skin So when Angelito is separated from his family in the Land of the Living, he s petrified until he makes a new friend who is just as terrified of THEM as Angelito is Then his new buddy turns out to be gulp a living boy Angelito runs as fast as his bony feet can carry him Fortunately the traditions of the Day of the Dead reunite the two boys, just in time for some holiday fun Full of wild Tim Burton esque art, this clever tale is sure to become un libro favorito for the Day of the Dead, Halloween season, and beyond.

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    About “P.J. Bracegirdle Poly Bernatene

    • P.J. Bracegirdle Poly Bernatene

      Born in Montreal, P J Bracegirdle has done everything from keeping the stage door of a haunted old Scottish theater to pushing laundry carts along dark tunnels under an insane asylum His last job involved pretending to write thick manuals nobody really read for products few people ever used Becoming an author was my life s work, says PJB, if, that is, a life s work can consist of staring off into space instead of attending to whatever menial task is expected of you ,PJB now writes books for children, which is much fun than writing for adults, he says Adults have an amazing capacity to suck the joy out of such noble pursuits as Reading and Writing until they resemble their favorite pastimes Working and Suffering Not surprisingly, PJB recommends long spells of staring into space to others wishing to follow in his footsteps If you wait long enough and stare with sufficient blankness, things come into sharp focus that are completely invisible to others Some are beautiful and moving, others are frightening and terrible Happily, these are the very same things you need to write down as an author Which is very convenient, I might add.



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