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Describes the life and times of the Nobel Prize-winning Chilean poet
Ode to an onion
Sad about the subject of a poem he is writing, Pablo Neruda visits his friend Matilde who shows him, through a simple onion, that happiness can be found even through tears. Includes facts about Pablo and Matilde, and Neruda's Ode to the Onion in Spanish and English.
My name is Gabriela
Gabriela Mistral loved words, sounds and stories. Born in Chile, she would grow to become the first Nobel Prize- winning Latina woman in the world. As a poet and a teacher, she inspired children across many countries to let their voices be heard
To go singing through the world
Account of the childhood of Pablo Neruda, the famous Chilean poet
The Farmyard Jamboree
"Quack, moo and neigh along to this riotous cumulative song that features animals of all shapes and sizes. Inspired by a folk tale from Chile, this classic Barefoot Books singalong story introduces children to animals and their babies, and teaches how to count up to 16 in multiples of 2." -- publisher