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Estrellita de oro / Little Gold Star Ages 4 8 Hayes, A Veteran Folklorist, Offers An Engaging Telling Of Cinderella That Is Popular In The Mountain Communities Of New Mexico There Are Some Significant Variations That Add Depth To The Story, Making It In Many Ways Interesting Than The OriginalThe English Text, Which Is Made Full Bodied By Its Many Details, Appears With A Spanish Translation The Impressive Acrylic Illustrations, Done In A Sturdy Folk Art Style, Are Thick With Color And Bright With Humor Booklist The Telling, In Both English And A Charming Colloquial Spanish, Is Crisp, Lively And Individual It Is Well Matched By The Primitive, Acrylic On Art Board Paintings That Blend Vivid Colors With Strong Lines To Impel The Movement Of The Story The Unique Flavor Of This Retelling From The American Southwest Makes This Not Only A Good Introduction To The Teller S Art, But Also An Engaging Entree Into Hispanic Culture School Library Journal About The Illustrators Cinco Puntos Press Has Long Admired The Work Of Gloria Osuna Perez In The Spring Of 1999, We Asked Gloria To Do The Paintings For Little Gold Star We Felt This Wonderful Cuento And Her Work Were A Perfect Match Gloria Eagerly Agreed To The Project, But Said That She Would Have To Take It One Day At A Time She Had Been Battling Ovarian Cancer For Three Years She Didn T Want To Sign A Contract She Sketched Out The Fifteen Scenes From The Book And Began The Paintings She Was Able To Complete Three Paintings Before Her Condition Worsened.Gloria S 26 Year Old Daughter Lucia, Who Is Also An Artist, Came From Dallas To Care For Her Mother Gloria Was Weak And Could Not Do Any Work On The Paintings Lucia Reported That, For Gloria, One Of The Most Painful Things About Being Bed Ridden Was That She Could Not Paint About Two Weeks Before She Died, Gloria Called Us Up And Told Us That She Thought Lucia Could Finish The Paintings While Lucia Was Taking Care Of Her, Gloria Talked To Her About The Colors She Was Using And What She Wanted For Each Of The Scenes She Had Sketched Out After Her Mother Died, Lucia Painted The Twelve Remaining Scenes, Always With Her Eye On The Work Her Mom Had Begun, Always Remembering Her Mother S Words The Re

  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Estrellita de oro / Little Gold Star
  • Joe Hayes
  • 14 March 2017
  • 0938317490

About the Author: Joe Hayes

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10 thoughts on “Estrellita de oro / Little Gold Star

  1. says:

    Written bilingually in Spanish and English, Estrellita de Oro Little Gold Star is a Spanish American tale, very popular in the mountain communities of New Mexico Unlike popular versions of the Cinderella tale, the main character, Arc a, convinces her father to marry the next door neighbor, Margarita Shortly thereafter, Margarita and her two daughters move in and treat Arc a poorly Because of Arc a s dedication to care for her sheep, a gift from her father, and the kindness that she shows to a Written bilingually in Spanish and English, Estrellita de Oro Little Gold Star is a Spanish American tale, very popular in the mountain communities of Ne...

  2. says:

    Estrellita de oro Little Gold Star is a Spanish version of Cinderella On each page of this book, the text is written in both English and Spanish This book tells the story of a young women, Arc a, and her experiences as her father marries Margarita Arc a now has two step sisters, who are treated far better than she is Arc a s father brings home three sheep, for the three daughters Arc a takes great care of her sheep, and due to her kindness, is rewarded with a gold star on her forehead He Estrellita de oro Little Gold Star is a Spanish version of Cinderella On each page of this book, the text is written in both English and Spanish This book tells the story of a young women, Arc a, and her experiences as her father marries Margarita Arc a now has two step sisters, who are treated far better than she is Arc a s father brings home three sheep, for the three daughters Arc a takes great care of her sheep, and due to her kindness, is rewarded with a gold star on her forehead Her two stepsisters are not so kind and do not work as hard, and are rewarded with a donkey ear and a cow horn on their heads As the town s prince is looking for a wife, Arc a is chosen because of her beautiful gold star At the end of this book, the author has provided a page about the origin of this story, and how it is derived from the collection o...

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    Text SummaryArcia begs her father to marry their kind neighbor, Margarita, now that Arcia s mother has passed on At first Arcia s father is hesitant because he believes Margarita will change from kind to mean although, he eventually gives in to his daughter s pleading and marries Margarita However, just as Arcia s father predicted, while he is away in the mountains tending his sheep, Margarita becomes mean and treats Arcia poorly Arcia is even forced to give up her room and sleep in the kitc Text SummaryArcia begs her father to marry their kind neighbor, Margarita, now that Arcia s mother has passed on At first Arcia s father is hesitant because he believes Margarita will change from kind to mean although, he eventually gives in to his daughter s pleading and marries Margarita However, just as Arcia s father predicted, while he is away in the mountains tending his sheep, Margarita becomes mean and treats Arcia poorly Arcia is even forced to give up her room and sleep in the kitchen to accommodate all of her stepsisters belongings Later, on one chance encounter with a magical hawk, Arcia is bestowed the gift of a little gold star estrellita de oro , which brings Arcia to meet her prince charming.Literary MeritsOn each page of this vividly illustrated picture book, Joe Hayes has interpreted his Cinderella story in both English and Spanish Hayes draws inspiration for the book from traditional versions of the Cinderella tale from communities o...

  4. says:

    This Cinderella cuento has been retold by Joe Hayes who has tried to include many of the details from the original told in the mountain communities of New Mexico In this version, the story is told in Spanish and English in a parallel format with a distinctly contemporary tone supported by the vibrant illustrations Some fascinating contrasts are that Arcia, the Cinderalla character, urges her father to marry the neighbor who eventually becomes the wicked character A hawk is the helper who as This Cinderella cuento has been retold by Joe Hayes who has tried to include many of the details from the original told in the mountain communities of N...

  5. says:

    Like the The Golden Sandal A Middle Eastern Cinderella Story, this one starts out with the daughter begging him to marry and the father warning her that stepmothers often turn mean.The twists of what happens made this a fun read According to the author s notes, this is a blending of multiple local versions of the tale H...

  6. says:

    The best part of the book is that it is in both Spanish and English Each page has both languages, which is nice if someone was trying to learn either language Estrellita de Oro, is sort of a Spanish version of Cinderella The young girl, Arcia, tells her dad to marry the neighbor woman because she is very nice to her, but after the...

  7. says:

    School Library Journal Review The telling, in both English and a charming colloquial Spanish, is crisp, lively and individual The unique flavor of this retelling from the American Southwest makes this not only a good introduction to the teller s art, but also an engaging entr e into Hispanic culture An engaging telling of Cinderella in many waysinteresting than the original Recommendation I would recommend this book for elementary grades, Kindergarten through second I loved thi School Library Journal Review The telling, in both English and a charming colloquial Spanish, is crisp, lively and individual The unique flavor of this retelling from the American Southwest makes this not only a good introduction to the teller s art, but also an engaging entr e into Hispanic culture An engaging telling of Cinderella in many waysinteresting than the original Recommendation I would recommend this book for elementary grades...

  8. says:

    This Cinderella tale is very popular in the mountain communities of New Mexico Arcia s father marries the next door neighbor, Margarita Margarita has two daughters Arcia is rewarded for her kindness with a gold star and Margarita s daughters are jealous The daughters are rude and do not get a gold star The story ends with Arcia marrying a prince just like Cinderella Arcia does not go to a ball, like Cinderella She sits by a window and the prince sees her and falls in love with her It is This Cinderella tale is very popular in the mountain communities of New Mexico Arcia s father marries the next door neighbor, Margarita Margarita has two daughters Arcia is rewarded for her kindness with a gold star and Margarita s daughters are jealous The daughters are rude and do not get a gold star The story ends w...

  9. says:

    This book is based on the folk tale Cinderella, but with a heritage Hispanic twist in the midst of it The Hispanic culture is seen throughout the story and the bilingual language being used in clearly seen Being a bilingual book, it can be used within a dual language or English only classroom R...

  10. says:

    3.75 stars A very interesting tale of the Hispanic Cinderella It is interesting that each cultures has an indigenous version of this story In the authors notes, the author discussions some traditional versions on the story an...

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