Little Giants: 10 Hispanic Women Who Made History (Paperback)

Little Giants: 10 Hispanic Women Who Made History By Raynelda a. Calderon, Donna Wiscombe (Illustrator) Cover Image

Little Giants: 10 Hispanic Women Who Made History (Paperback)

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Winner of the prestigious Premio Campoy-Ada Award in the Biograf a Juvenil, Latino-C ntrico category.

Recipient of the Silver Medal at the 2021 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards.

2021 Royal Dragonfly Book Awards, 2nd place.

"Little Giants: 10 Hispanic Women Who Made History" is a book that celebrates the achievements of ten influential Hispanic women who have left a lasting impact on history. The book provides a refreshing look at slices of Latin American history by highlighting the stories of these remarkable women. Some of the featured women are well-known figures, such as ballet dancer Alicia Alonso, while others are less recognized heroines, including indigenous leader Dolores Cacuango, founder of the first bilingual school in Ecuador. The book is written in both English and Spanish, making it accessible to a wider audience and serving as an educational resource for readers interested in learning about the significant contributions of these extraordinary women. The book is praised for its beautiful illustrations and is designed to inspire and educate readers about the diverse and powerful roles these women played in shaping the history of Latin America. It has received prestigious awards, such as the Premio Campoy-Ada Award, further recognizing its contribution to children's literature and historical education.

Content: Alicia Alonso, Conchita Citr n, Dolores Cacuango, Eloisa D az, Elvia Carrillo Puerto, Juana Azurduy, Mar a Antonia Santos Plata, Mar a Teresa Ferrari, Salom Ure a de Henriquez, Teresa Carre o.

***** "Peque os Gigantes: 10 mujeres hispanas que hicieron historia" es un libro que celebra los logros de diez mujeres hispanas influyentes que han dejado un impacto duradero en la historia. El libro ofrece una mirada refrescante a fragmentos de la historia latinoamericana al resaltar las historias de estas extraordinarias mujeres. Algunas de las mujeres destacadas son figuras conocidas, como la bailarina de ballet Alicia Alonso, mientras que otras son hero nas menos reconocidas, incluida la l der ind gena Dolores Cacuango, fundadora de la primera escuela biling e en Ecuador. El libro est escrito tanto en ingl's como en espa ol, lo que lo hace accesible a un p blico m's amplio y sirve como recurso educativo para lectores interesados ​​en conocer las importantes contribuciones de estas extraordinarias mujeres. El libro es elogiado por sus hermosas ilustraciones y est dise ado para inspirar y educar a los lectores sobre los diversos y poderosos roles que desempe aron estas mujeres en la configuraci n de la historia de Am rica Latina. Ha recibido prestigiosos premios, como el Premio Campoy-Ada Award, que reconoce a n m's su contribuci n a la literatura infantil y la educaci n hist rica.

Product Details ISBN: 9781733139243
ISBN-10: 1733139249
Publisher: Cayena Press, Inc.
Publication Date: October 31st, 2020
Pages: 64
Language: Spanish