Chocolate Caliente Para El Alma De Los Maestros

Author: Jack Canfield
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ISBN: 9789500831208
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ACERCA DE LAS ALEGRCAS Y LOS DESAFCOS DE LA PATERNIDAD.Todos los padres conocen las alegrias y las penas, los desafios y los triunfos de llevar adelante una familia. Esta coleccion de inspiradas historias ha sido creada para ustedes, los padres del mundo.Tal vez en este momento esten esperando a su primer bebe, o siguiendo asombrados los primeros pasos de su hijo mas pequeno. Quiza tengan a un adolescente a punto de ingresar en la vida adulta o comiencen a experimentar la increible sensacion de ser abuelos. CuaIquiera sea su situacion, estas maravillosas historias le recordaran que la paternidad es la realizacion del rol mas valioso de sus vidas.Con los matices profundos y sutiles que aportan las experiencias de padres de toda indole: biologicos, adoptivos, padrastros y madrastras, estas entretenidas historias le hablaran a su corazon, lo conmoveran con lagrimas y risas, y lo llenaran de inspiracion. Ellas lo ayudaran a poner los tiempos dificiles en perspectiva, renovando la fe en si mismo y recordandole que hay que aprender a valorar cada momento como unico.Un libro para deleitarse y calentar el alma, como una taza de chocolate caliente en un dia de invierno.

Mudworks Bilingual Edition Edicion Bilingue

Author: MaryAnn F. Kohl
Editor: Bright Ring Publishing
ISBN: 0935607242
Size: 15,70 MB
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The best 50 clay, dough, modeling and amazing mixture activities from the original award-winning book, "Mudworks", are presented in a butterfly-page format -- Spanish on the left and English on the right -- for art exploration and enjoyment by kids of all ages. Extra easy for kids' caring adults. Plenty of indexes and Resource Lists in both Spanish and English. If you want to brush up on your Spanish, or learn it for the first time, this book will help you do it. Trying to learn English? Enjoy!! ""Mudworks Bilingual" provides a unique opportunity for children, parents, teachers, and grandparents to read and create art together without language barriers, bringing Familia closer together. I highly recommend it!" ~ Edward James Olmos, film and stage actor, and head of latino reading programs in Los Angeles.

Chocolate Para El Corazon De La Mujer

Author: Kay Allenbaugh
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781451603347
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Treat yourself to more chocolate! Love, like chocolate, comes to us in many varieties--pure and simple, rich and complicated, sweet and bittersweet, and always memorable. Now the creator of the bestselling Chocolate for a Woman's Soul serves up 77 delectable new "chocolate stories," real-life tales that celebrate the many ways we express our love. You'll find strength in stories that honor the power of unconditional love, and learn a lesson in courage as you read about women facing their ultimate moments of truth. You'll take delight in a reflection on the ever-elusive perfect relationship, and find comfort in stories about he generosity of the human spirit. Like the finest chocolate, these inspiring tales will boost your spirits, lift your heart, and soothe your soul.

The Little Devil And The Rose El Diablito Y La Rosa

Author: Viola Canales
Editor: Arte Publico Press
ISBN: 1558857923
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In her ode to “The Umbrella,” Viola Canales remembers a family story about her mother, who every Saturday as a child “popped open her prized child’s bright umbrella / as did her little sister / and followed their mother’s adult one / from their Paloma barrio home / to downtown Main Street McAllen / walking like ducks in a row / street after street,” until one Saturday “the littlest one disappeared / inside the wilderness of Woolworth’s.” Warm-hearted recollections of family members are woven through this collection of 54 poems, in English and Spanish, which uses the images from lotería cards to pay homage to small-town, Mexican-American life along the Texas-Mexico border. Cultural traditions permeate these verses, from the curanderas who cure every affliction to the daily ritual of the afternoon merienda, or snack of sweet breads and hot chocolate. The community’s Catholic tradition is ever-present; holy days, customs and saints are staples of daily life. San Martín de Porres, or “El Negrito,” was her grandmother’s favorite saint, “for although she was pale too / she’d lived through the vestiges of the Mexican war / the loss of land, culture, language, and control / and it was El Negrito to whom she turned for hope” to bring enemies together. Fond childhood memories of climbing mesquite trees and eating raspas are juxtaposed with an awareness of the disdain with which Mexican Americans are regarded. Texas museums, just like its textbooks, feature cowboy boots worn by Texas Rangers, but have no “clue or sign of the vaqueros, the original cowboys / or the Tejas, the native Indians there.” And some childhood memories aren’t so happy. In “The Hand,” she writes: “In the morning I arrived at my first grade class / knowing no English / at noon I got smacked by the teacher / for speaking Spanish outside, in the playground.” Inspired by the archetypes found in the Mexican bingo game called lotería, these poems reflect the history—of family, culture and war—rooted in the Southwest for hundreds of years.

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El Comienzo De La Loba

Author: Noelia Alegre Bielsa
Editor: Palibrio
ISBN: 1463348401
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Mi vida cambi tan bruscamente de un da para otro que mi cerebro no era capaz de asimilar... no slo me haba cambiado la vida, con ella tambin haba cambiado enteramente yo misma, mosntrndome una faceta de m completamente desconocida. Todo en mi vida cambiaba repentinamente en cuestin de minutos...cada vez que transcurra el tiempo algo nuevo y desconocido ocurra ante mis ojos, dejndome perpleja y petrificada al instante. Todo aquello estaba pasando de verdad ante m? Era real o solo un fruto de mi imaginacin? Realmente estaba yo metida en aquella historia o simplemente era un sueo? Todo, absolutamente todo me pareca sacado de un cuento sumamente irreal...pero no me quedaba ms remedio que seguir adelante.