Ana Juan, celebrated illustrator from Spain

Join us for a sit and sign with Ana Juan as we enjoy her presence with us at Pearl while she is here to help launch the Ole' events at Pearl for the citywide Summer of Spain, part of our 300 years of San Antonio celebrations.

Ana Juan has been celebrated for her art work on more than twenty covers of the New Yorker and numerous novels for children.

The Twig will be featuring her children's picture books, FridaElena's Serenade, and For You Are a Kenyan Child.

Event date: 
Friday, June 15, 2018 - 10:30am to 12:00pm
Event address: 
306 Pearl Parkway
Suite 106
San Antonio, TX 78215
Frida (Spanish Editiion) Cover Image
By Jonah Winter, Ana Juan (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9780439331180
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Arthur A. Levine Books - February 1st, 2002

This long-awaited companion to Jonah Winter's acclaimed DIEGO feature the paintings of young Spanish artist, Ana Juan. This stunning picture book is the perfect gift for art enthusiasts of all ages.

Cuando su madre la deja a cargo de sus cinco hermanas, su padre la enseña a utilizar los pinceles y a colorear.

Elena's Serenade Cover Image
By Campbell Geeslin, Ana Juan (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9780689849084
Availability: Usually Ships in to Twig 1-5 Days
Published: Atheneum Books for Young Readers - March 1st, 2004

Who ever heard of a girl glassblower?
In Mexico, where the sun is called el sol and the moon is called la luna, a little girl called Elena wants to blow into a long pipe...and make bottles appear, like magic.
But girls can't be glassblowers. Or can they?
Join Elena on her fantastic journey to Monterrey -- home of the great glassblowers!

For You Are a Kenyan Child Cover Image
By Kelly Cunnane, Ana Juan (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9780689861949
Availability: Usually Ships in to Twig 1-5 Days
Published: Atheneum Books for Young Readers - January 1st, 2006

Introduce young readers to the life of a Kenyan child in this sweetly imagined, whimsically illustrated picture book.

Imagine you live in a small Kenyan village, where the sun rises over tall trees filled with doves. You wake to the sound of a rooster’s crow, instead of an alarm clock. Your afternoon snack is a tasty bug plucked from the sky, instead of an apple.

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