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De donde dicen que vino la gente


Book Description
De donde dicen que vino la gente es una adaptacion libre del mito taino relatado por Fray Ramon PanŠ. Con este cuento, los ninos descubren el mundo fantastico de los mitos con los que, desde tiempos remotos, nos hemos explicado los misterios del universo.
Book Information
PublisherLa Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico
BindingHardcover (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages28
ISBN-10084771585X
ISBN-13978-0847715855
Publication Date01/30/2009
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About Mrinali Alvarez Astacio (Author, Illustrator) : Mrinali Álvarez has worked as an illustrator for newspapers, magazines and books for 11 years, with more than 20 titles to her credit, some of which she has written or co-authored. She has received ... more
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About La Editorial (Editor) : La Editorial is a published editor of children's books. Published credits of La Editorial include De donde dicen que vino la gente (Spanish Edition), De como dicen que fue hecho el mar (Spanish Editio... more
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About La Editorial Universidad de Puerto Rico (Editor) : La Editorial Universidad de Puerto Rico is a published editor of children's books. Some of the published credits of La Editorial Universidad de Puerto Rico include De donde dicen que vino la gente (Sp... more
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About UPR (Editor) : UPR is a published editor of children's books. Published credits of UPR include De donde dicen que vino la gente (Spanish Edition), De como dicen que fue hecho el mar (Spanish Edition), and De como na... more
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