Bread Is for Eating

Bread Is for Eating

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A bilingual, rhythmic celebration of bread, from farmer to baker. This playful, English-Spanish children's book traces the process and production of traditional South American bread making from harvest, to crafting, to packaging, and its sale on the market. David and Phillis Gershator's Bread Is for Eating features fun and simple, sing-along songs throughout, with bright, bold illustrations from Emma Shaw-Smith.

Una celebración bilingüe y rítmica sobre el pan, desde la granja a la panadería. Este libro alegre para niños, escrito en inglés y español, traza el proceso y la producción de la tradición sudamericana de la creación del pan desde la cosecha, a elaboración, a empaquetamiento, y finalmente la venta del pan en el mercado. A lo largo de Bread is for Eating, David y Phillis Gershator incluyen canciones simples y divertidas para cantar juntos, acompanadas por ilustraciones brillantes y enérgicas creadas por la artista Emma Shaw-Smith.
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Product details

  • 6-8
  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 201 x 249 x 5mm | 113g
  • New York, United States
  • Spanish
  • Bilingual
  • Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0805057986
  • 9780805057980
  • 1,165,770

Review quote

"Spanish and English are bled seamlessly with the graceful narrative. Shaw-Smith's heroic-style pictures, filled with rich, glowing reds and yellows, are crammed with disparate details." --School Library Journal

"Mamita explains how bread is created and celebrates its goodness by singing a short and simple Spanish song.... The music for this original song, along with lyrics in both Spanish and English, is included at the end." --Booklist
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About David Gershator

Phillis Gershator is a former librarian and the author of several picture books, including Bread Is for Eating.

David Gershator is a songwriter and a translator of Spanish poetry. The Gershators live on the island of St. Thomas.

Emma Shaw-Smith, a native of Ireland, lives in Memphis, Tennessee.
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Rating details

38 ratings
3.39 out of 5 stars
5 16% (6)
4 24% (9)
3 45% (17)
2 16% (6)
1 0% (0)
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