Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month!
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage month!
Un pato en Nueva York
From September 15th to October 15th marks Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to commemorate the independence of five Latin American countries. So, we are celebrating with our first Spanish title, Un pato en Nueva York! Discover the story of a brave, little duck who decides to set off to New York in hopes of realizing his dreams of the Broadway stage. Wouldn't it be great if he could do his ducky dance: the cameras, the fame? It's a great adventure!
This title is translated from the original, award-winning, A Duck in New York City, written and performed by Connie Kaldor. The music of Un pato en Nueva York features 13 great songs performed by the talented Inés Cánepa. Enjoy fun tunes such as, "Cua cua cua," Mi ombliguito," and Quiero tomates. Join us in the celebration!
Illustrations are by Fil & Julie with translaltions by Yanitzia Canetti.
Winner of a 2011 Parent's Choice Gold Award!
"A whole package: a good story, beautiful music, and amusing lyrics to read aloud, sing, and dance to. A must-have for any Spanish collection." —SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
You are listening to featured "Cua, cua, cua" (Quack, Quack, Quack) performed by Inés Cánepa.