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Federico Garcia Lorca (Cuando Los Grandes Eran Pequenos/ When the Grown-Ups Were Children) (Spanish Edition)

2.75  ·  Rating Details  ·  4 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Both a rhyming picture book and an accessible, illustrated biography, this dynamic tale recreates

the early experiences of world-famous

Spanish poet Federico Garca Lorca. Every

child can relate to, and be inspired by, his story.

Colorful and amusing illustrations engage

readers, and include details from Federico's

actual home.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Lectorum Publications (first published 2009)
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Crystal
This was quite the challenge as the book was in Spanish. Between my high school Spanish class and Google translate, I got the basic idea, but I didn't want to give a star rating because I don't know that my comprehension was as good as it should be to assign a rating.

It was interesting to learn about this man who wrote poetry and was active in the theater. The text focuses mostly on his childhood and into early adulthood. The note at the end though does tell a little about how he was killed duri
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April Helms
This was a challenge because the copy I received from the library was entirely in Spanish; I don't know if there are any with both Spanish and English, or just English. I know Spanish tolerably well, but I'm rather rusty. Still, this would be a good book for students studying the language. At any rate, this book tells the story of Lorca, a well-known poet and theater director, as a child. The illustrations are soft and warm, sometimes somewhat fanciful, like a memory.
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