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Latin Grammy Award-winning children's musical duo 123 Andrés brings us a bilingual friendship song in board book form!
¡Esta canción divertida y vivaz de 123 Andrés, incluida en su album ganador de un Grammy, cobra vida de un modo totalmente nuevo, perfecto para la hora del cuento! Por su parte, Sara Palacios anima esta popular canción con ilustraciones frescas y vibrantes que involucrarán a los pequeños y a sus padres.
This fun, bouncy bilingual song from 123 Andrés' Grammy Award-winning album is brought to life in a whole new way that's perfect for storytime sharing! Sara Palacios animates this popular song with vibrant, fresh illustrations that will engage little ones and their parents.
About the Author
Andrés grew up in Bogotá, Colombia, and learned how to play the guitar from his father at an early age. He had his first studio experience at age eight, and from there he went on to earn a Doctorate in music and won the National Composition Contest in Colombia for one of his early songs. Since then, Andrés and his partner Christina -- together, 123 Andrés -- won the Latin Grammy for Best Children’s Album in 2016, the Parent’s Choice Gold Award, and a Notable Children’s Recording by the American Library Association. Their Latin Grammy nominated debut album, ¡Uno, Dos, Tres Andrés en español y en inglés!, was hailed by the Boston Globe: "Joyous new album… hopscotches around the Spanish-speaking world, seamlessly switching from bachata and bolero to mariachi and vallenato."
Sara Palacios is the illustrator of the Pura Belpré honor book Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match, How to Code a Sandcastle, Shaking Things Up: 14 Young Women Who Changed the World, Sing with Me / Canta Conmigo, Hello, Friend / Hola, Amigo, and more. She divides her time between San Francisco and Mexico City.
"[123 Andrés is] a rockstar for little language learners." -- Billboard
* "This bilingual board book will have readers singing along. It encourages readers to welcome everyone into their life regardless of what they look like or what language they speak. Bright, acrylic illustrations featuring a diverse array of children and adults help further the message while complementing the text. A first purchase for libraries." --School Library JournalStarred Review