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Cuentos y leyendas de los maoríes: un pueblo de Oceanía

Merleau-Ponty, Claire y Mozziconacci, Cécile

Cuentos y leyendas de los maoríes: un pueblo de Oceanía

Merleau-Ponty, Claire y Mozziconacci, Cécile

Cuentos y leyendas de los maoríes: un pueblo de Oceanía

Merleau-Ponty, Claire y Mozziconacci, Cécile

Cuentos y leyendas de los maoríes: un pueblo de Oceanía

Merleau-Ponty, Claire y Mozziconacci, Cécile

Cuentos y leyendas de los maoríes: un pueblo de Oceanía

Merleau-Ponty, Claire y Mozziconacci, Cécile

Concierto de piano

Miyakoshi, Akiko

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Mi amiga Kemushi

Mandana, Sadat i Dargent, Nathalie

Will the butterflies remember that, when they were small, they were caterpillars? This is the question of a friend of Kemushi the caterpillar, after observing how she endures with optimism the harsh winter, grows, changes and, when spring arrives, she leaves her little house in the garden of cherry and plum trees ...
Parents and teachers will enjoy this book intensely with the children. They will also be able to take the opportunity to talk with the children about the cycle of life, the wait, the time and the changes that they themselves will be suffering and accepting with joy.

 

Editor:

Kókinos

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Cancioncitas de rosa y azafrán

Grosléziat, Chantal y Fronty, Aurelia

28 songs, lullabies, couplets and finger plays from India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka in a varied and charming repertoire, full of fascinating sounds, which brings together both classical and traditional music and some brilliant Bollywood hits.
Each and every one of the lyrics of the songs are reproduced in their original alphabet, also transcribed in Latin characters and then translated into Spanish. At the end of the book, a commentary section explains the origin, the cultural context and the instrumentation of each theme.

 

Editor:

Kókinos

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La historia de Pingru y Meitang

Rao, Pingru

Her name was Meitang and she was for him an anchor in a raging world. They met very young, love flourished slowly and they were destined to form a normal couple, like so many others. However, the turbulent XX century reserved them a road full of obstacles. First, defending their country against the Japanese invasion; then, after the wedding, fighting against the insurgent communists led by Mao Zedong; and later, after the defeat and the entrance in a field of reeducation, to live separated during more than twenty years, until the change of regime opened the door to the desired reunion.

Editor:

Ediciones Salamandra

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Cuentos y leyendas de los Maoríes. Un pueblo de Oceanía

Mozziconacci, Cécile

Thousands of years ago the Maoris left the Polynesia in canoes to settle in New Zealand. In spite of the English colonization they knew how to preserve their culture and their rituals, which are perpetuated as in the haka, the famous dance of the All Blacks rugby team. These stories, collected by George Gray, who was governor of New Zealand, evoke the life of a people who even honor their divine ancestors and remember their exploits nowadays: the multifaceted demigod Maui, who domesticated the Sun and brought the islands afloat that form New Zealand; Rangi, the Heaven, and Papa, the Earth, the original gods that separated by their own children so that the daylight could arise ... Fabulous, amazing stories that reveal a civilization full of very lively traditions that the Maoris have managed to reconcile with Modern life, are faithful to one of its proverbs: " The past is ahead to guide us. The future is behind."

Editorial:

Kókinos

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