Item description for Crisantemo/ Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes...
A Crisantemo le encantaba su nombre hasta que fue a la escuela y todos se rean de l. Pero un da la profesora de msica dijo que le gustaba el nombre de Crisantemo...
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.55" Width: 8.11" Height: 0.24" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 1993
Publisher Everest Publishing
ISBN 8424133579 ISBN13 9788424133573
Availability 0 units.
More About Kevin Henkes
Kevin Henkes is the author and illustrator of close to fifty critically acclaimed and award-winning picture books, beginning readers, and novels. He received the Caldecott Medal for Kitten's First Full Moon in 2005. Kevin Henkes is also the creator of a number of picture books featuring his mouse characters, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers Lilly's Big Day and Wemberly Worried, the Caldecott Honor Book Owen, and the beloved Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse. His most recent mouse character, Penny, was introduced in Penny and Her Song (2012); her story continued in Penny and Her Doll and Penny and Her Marble (a Geisel Honor Book). Bruce Handy, in a New York Times Book Review piece about A Good Day, wrote, "It should be said: Kevin Henkes is a genius." Kevin Henkes received two Newbery Honors for novels--one for his newest novel for young readers, The Year of Billy Miller, and the other for Olive's Ocean. Also among his fiction for older readers are the novels Junonia, Bird Lake Moon, The Birthday Room, and Sun & Spoon. He lives with his family in Madison, Wisconsin.
Kevin Henkes currently resides in Madison, in the state of Wisconsin.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Crisantemo/ Chrysanthemum?
A great way to start the year Jun 14, 2000
This is a great book to start off the school year. The childrenwill enjoy this wonderful story of a little mouse who loves her nameuntil she begins school and is made fun of for it. It is a great way to start discussions on diversity in the classroom, how to treat people equally and nicely, and except everyone and anyone for who they are.