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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
"Once there was a little boy named Neftalí who loved wild things wildly and quiet things quietly. From the moment he could talk, he surrounded himself with words. Neftalí discovered the magic between the pages of books. When he was sixteen, he began publishing his poems as Pablo Neruda. Pablo wrote poems about the things he loved--things made by his friends in the café, things found at the marketplace, and things he saw in nature. He wrote about the people of Chile and their stories of struggle. Because above all things and above all words, Pablo Neruda loved people." -- publisher
Account of the childhood of Pablo Neruda, the famous Chilean poet