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Nueve Días para Navidad: Un Cuento de México

Nueve Días para Navidad: Un Cuento de México

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Nueve Días para Navidad: Un Cuento de México

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3/5 (42 avaliações)
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37 página
17 minutos
Lançado em:
Sep 12, 2018
ISBN:
9780486834702
Formato:
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Lançado em:
Sep 12, 2018
ISBN:
9780486834702
Formato:
Livro

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Un Cuento de México

Marie Hall Ets y Aurora Labastida

Ilustrado por Marie Hall Ets

El cuento de la emoción de una niña mexicana al acercarse la Navidad, desde su publicación original en 1960 y ganador la medulla Caldecott, ha sido disfrutada por generaciones de jóvenes lectores. Ceci no puede contener su alegría de poder participar, este año por primera vez, en Las Posadas, una de las fiestas navideñas tradicionales que se celebra en México por el correr de nueve días. Este año le toca a ella encabezar la procesión de velas que representa el viaje de María y José a Belén. Mamá la lleva al viejo mercado para elegir su propia piñata. Ceci queda deslumbrada con la colorida gama de opciones, y después de haber elegido su favorita, tiene dudas sobre el destino de su piñata una vez que la posada se lleve a cabo.

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  • (4/5)
    Lovely. A little long, a little quiet - but I love Ceci, and I appreciate that Ets (as it says in her note) tried to be authentic to contemporary Mexico, avoiding the cliches of the peasants & burros.
  • (3/5)
    Ceci is a kindergarten girl in Mexico. She is having her very first posada, which seems to be a traditional Mexican Christmas ceremony. The posada includes a pinata. Ceci has picked out the most becautiful pinata in the shape of a star but she does not want anyone to break it. The pinata eventually breaks. Ceci is sad at first but then sees that the pinata has turned into a real star, and in the sky it can never be broken. The illustrations are pretty. The drawings are detailed and mostly black and white. Some items are colored in either yellow, orange, or pink, which I belive mimics the star pinata. This is a cool traditional book. I think it may be hard to keep student's attention. If i were to read this book in class it would be around Christmas time. We could maybe do a series of multicultural Christmas books.
  • (3/5)
    A young girl learns about the traditions of her family and culture. Great display of what Christmas looks like to other people around the world. A bit long for the littles but has great illustrations that a pencil-like and use primary colors, especially the color red. Could show illustrations to younger students and have them guess what is going on or read to them in a few days instead of all at once. Nice story about different cultures, possibly use in a multi-cultural prop-box?!
  • (3/5)
    This book teaches a kindergaten girl names Ceci's Christmas family tradition. They throw nine parties "posadas" before Christmas. She chooses a pinata that she falls and love with and when the children break the pinata she is relieved to find out that it becomes a star in the sky. I felt invited into a new culture full of tradition. I enjoyed Christmas from a different perspective.I would enjoy comparing and contrasting Christmas traditions between students.
  • (4/5)
    Caldecott Award. In this multicultural story, Ceci wants to have her own Posada, which is a party nine days before Christmas. Ceci begins learning more about her culture and her mother decides that it is time for her Posada. As Christmas grows near, Ceci begins to fear for her pinata. Afterwards, she realizes that the pinata has a surprise of its own after it is broken. Great multicultural book. The illustrations and colors appropriately fit the book and Mexican culture. Children will enjoy seeing another culture through the eyes of someone their own age.For the classroom, teach the students select Spanish words and use them to play Simon Says. The students could also learn the words to Feliz Navidad. Teaching a simplified version of the Mexican Hat Dance would also be fun.
  • (4/5)
    Little Ceci learns the traditions of her family who live in Mexico as they tell her there will be a party each night for the nine days before Christmas and she gets to have a party. Ceci is very excited and gets to pick out her own pinata. She is sad though when her pretty star pinata is broken. Young children could learn about another culture by reading this book. The teacher could discuss with them how their traditions are different from our own.
  • (5/5)
    An outstanding classic on an outstanding Mexican holiday tradition, the Posadas.