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MovÝ la mano / I Moved My Hand

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4 out of 5
Based on 89 Ratings and 22 Reviews

Book Description
When a little girl moves her hand, she changes the world as she discovers it. As she moves her known world, she discovers her own power and creates everything anew. The poem, written by Argentine poet Jorge Lujßn, comes from a culture saturated with magic, in which even the very young can make the world by reaching out and moving it. Mandana Sadat's imaginative illustrations deepen and enrich the ... More
Book Information
PublisherGroundwood Books
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages32
Publication Date10/14/2014
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About Jorge Luj├ín (Author) : Jorge Luj├ín is a published author. A published credit of Jorge Luj├ín is MovÝ la mano / I Moved My Hand.
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About Mandana Sadat (Illustrator) : Mandana Sadat is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Published credits of Mandana Sadat include Mi Leon/ My Lion, del Otro Lado del Arbol.
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About Elisa Amado (Translator) : Elisa Amado is a published author, editor, and a translator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Elisa Amado include Oloyou, The Black Book of Colors, Light Foot/Pies ligeros, and Tri... more
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