La Sirena Y El Pescador (Multilingual Edition)

La sirena y el pescador is a traditional folktale of the Rio Balsas region of Mexico, written in the Nahuatl language of San Agustín Oapan, Guerrero and accompanied by a Spanish translation. It tells the story of a young boy who must escape from his family after “Aalamatsin”, the mermaid and mother of all fish, wants the boy as a sacrifice in exchange for the release and pardon of his father, who betrayed his own wife and exploited the inhabitants of the river by overfishing it.

Cool Cats Counting

Donkeys lined up to dance the merengue? Rats in bolero hats? Pigs salsa dancing? And how cool are those cats anyway? Sherry Shahan and Paula BarragA-n, the collaborators behind the highly acclaimed Spicy Hot Colors, reteam in a burst of color and rhythm to introduce young readers to animals and numbers in English and Spanish. Shahan\’s poetic riffs suggest a variety of rhythms and dances, and BarragA-n\’s multimedia illustrations outfit the animals in vibrant costumes any diva would envy!