Come along on an exciting bus ride from a Guatemalan village to a market town with this fresh take on a favourite song. Features Latin-inspired singalong and endnotes about life in Guatemala.
Tortuga prepares a delicious meal to take to his abuela, only to fall into the clutches of the scary Coyote with his big dientes! Can his friends Iguana, Conejo, and Culebra save him?
If you enjoyed the antics of Iguana, Culebra, Conejo and Tortuga in Mañana Iguana, you'll be happy to know they're back for more in Count on Culebra.
When Conejo can't make her cactus butter dulces because she stubbed her toe, Culebra devises a very loud and ingenious plan to help her forget her pain and get all the friends involved in making the candy. A glossary, pronunciation guide and a no-cook recipe are included. (Mostly in English with lots of new Spanish words). Great character voices narrated by Rosi & Brian Amador with whimsical sound effects and original music by Brian.
This sweet, poetic celebration of family, friendship and gratitude was recognized as an ALA Notable book and received a Pura Belpre Honor Award in 2010. The recording brings together the voice talents of Rosi Amador with music by Brian Amador and author notes narrated by Pat Mora.
Just in time for the holidays! Hello Ocean/Hola Mar, by Pam Muñoz Ryan, is a bilingual account of a little girl's day at the beach and how it's experienced through her five senses. Featuring gorgeous illustrations by Mark Astrella and narration by Sonia.
"Sonia Amador speaks with the wonder of a girl who is exploring the beach she loves so much. On both the English and Spanish tracks her enunciation is distinct. With deliberate pacing she lets listeners sense each of the girl's experiences throughout her beach day." —Audiofile Magazine
If you enjoyed the antics of Iguana, Culebra, Conejo and Tortuga in Mañana Iguana, you'll be happy to know they're back for more in Fiesta Fiasco. Conejo (Rabbit) learns a lesson about generosity in this fun adventure.
"Brian and Rosi Amador perform the story with energy and a smile, giving distinct voices to each character and presenting the Spanish-language words (nicely defined in the text and in an accompanying glossary) with brío. Light original music with a Mexican flavor dances in the background. A delightful production."
by Anna Witte
Lola is a young Spanish girl in awe of her glamorous older sister. But she discovers her own talent and duende, or spirit, through secret Flamenco dance lessons from her father. The text is infused with the rhythms, movements and sounds of the dance and the humanity of Lola's family is beautifully portrayed by Micha Archer's collage-paintings. (Ages 4-10 years.) To order click here (link).
Soft Cover — $10.00
Hard Cover — $20.00
El Fandango de Lola — $10.00
written and illustrated by Anna Witte
Tico Tango wants all of the fruit in the forest, even though it belongs to other animals. Will he learn what's right and wrong? The rhyming text teaches colors and animals, as well as an important lesson about sharing. (Ages 3-7 years.) To order click hereThe Parrot Tico Tango — $10.00
El Loro Tico Tango — NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Bilingual Audiobook for kids Pre-K to 3rd Grade! Narrated by the Amadors with Original Music by Brian Amador.
A new bilingual audiobook for children, adults young and old. Narrated by Rosi Amador. Original music by Brian Amador.
A review of the printed book: "Some lizards have a colorful fiesta eating fruit, making salsa, and drinking moonlight on a wonderful evening in this delightful English and Spanish poetic tale. So much fun you’ll wish you could join them."
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César Chávez La lucha por la justicia -
César Chávez The Struggle for Justice
An audiobook presenting a bilingual biography about a legendary Latino leader. César Chávez's life story and struggle for justice presented to a younger generation in an engaging audiobook.
Narrated by Brian Amador
Recommended for grades 3-5
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Hill of Fire
Nothing new ever happens in the tiny Mexican village where Pablo lives - until one day something unbelievable does. The hill of fire he and his father discover burning in their fields turns out to be Paricutin, the volcano that erupted in Mexico in 1943, and changed the lives of the people who lived nearby.
Original Music and Narration Provided by Brian Amador Primarily for grades K-4"Listen to a Sample