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Huevos Rancheros (Spanish language edition)
Stefan Czernecki

Ages 3-8 8 3/4 x 10 1/4 • 32 pages • full-color illus.
ISBN 9781566564298 • hardback • $15.95

Esta es la deliciosa historia de una gallina que por medio de sus encantos y sus artes culinarias supera la astucia de su enemigo el coyote.

Las increibles ilustraciones de Stefan Czernecki capturan el espiritu de Mejico. El texto de esta historia es suficientemente simple que hasta los mas pepuenos la pueden gozar.

Stefan Czernecki is the illustrator of many titles including Buddha Under the Bodhi Tree, The Singing Snake, The Sleeping Bread, Mr. Belinksky's Bagels, and Mama God, Papa God. He has been honored with the 1997 Aesop Accolade of the Children's Folklore Section of the American Folklore Society for his book The Cricket's Cage: A Chinese Folktale. Czernecki lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, but has traveled all over the world. His work reflects his global outlook as he draws his artistic inspirations from the folk art of the coutries he has visited.

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