Sam Grace's Reviews > Rosita y Conchita: A Rhyming Storybook in English and Spanish

Rosita y Conchita by Eric Gonzalez
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Oct 30, 10

really liked it
bookshelves: my-religion, poc, pretty-pictures, books-for-brown-and-white-parents, children-latin-american-and-latino, month-latin-history-september, month-harvest-october
Recommended to Sam by: Guille Masson
Recommended for: Altar-making kids, kids interested in Halloween
Read on October 30, 2010 — I own a copy, read count: 1

A great book for Halloween. It's a very sweet (and not scary) story of two twin sisters trying to find each other. The formula of the repeated obstacles for Rosita coming back from the land of the day got slightly repetitive for me, but it was the tension in the story that was otherwise a really awesome description of building an altar for a departed loved one.

I only bothered to read the rhymes in Spanish the first time through and I really liked them. I also liked the cartoon-art pictures. It's a little long to read aloud to young children, but the rhymes help with that.

My husband bought me this! I am so lucky ...
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