by Ginna Pollock
Paperback, full color
La Banana! is a beautiful offering from Ginna Pollock. A picture book and early reader that teaches children (of all ages) a little bit of Spanish vocabulary using common items, cute images and a rhyming text. Language barriers can often separate us, but when we learn to speak to each other, we can make connections, make friends, and enjoy similar interests. Pollocks book helps bridge that gap with children, who are after all, the future citizenry of our diverse American communities and society.
Un libro infantil encantador que enseña a los niños palabras comunes en español, con ilustraciones adorables, rimas y de una manera divertida; escrito e ilustrado por Ginna Pollock. @lovegivesart
A lovely children’s book that teaches children common Spanish words in a playful rhyming fashion, with adorable illustrations. Written and illustrated by Ginna Pollock. @lovegivesart
La Banana, es el primer libro para niños que ofrecemos en Middle Creek Publishing. Este libro nos ayuda a ampliar y explorar nuestro entorno construido con la ecología humana de las artes sociales, culturales y del lenguaje para niños de todas las edades. Veintiún palabras en español que están ilustradas y traducidas a través del arte para lectores en inglés. Un libro que enseña ambas direcciones y fomenta una conexión entre niños de diferentes tradiciones y orígenes lingüísticos dentro de nuestras comunidades.
La Banana is Middle Creek Publishing's first children's book offering, expanding its exploration of our built environment with the human ecology of social, cultural, language arts for children of all ages. 21 Spanish words are illustrated and translated via art for English readers. A book that teaches both directions, and fosters a connection between children of different linguistic backgrounds and traditions within our communities.
Middle Creek Publishing's first children's book offering will delight readers and listeners, and help start the connective work between cultures and children. It will help foster communication and friendship. What a delightful Human Ecology aspect we hope to expand on in the future.
Ginna Alejandra Pollock (b. 1979) Born in Bogota, Colombia. Ginna was influenced by the colorful world of her birthplace. In Colombia, color is celebrated— adorning every street and market, and used, without excuse, in the country’s boId, traditional artwork. When she was nineteen, Ginna moved to San Francisco to study Graphic Design at the Art Institutes International Ginna currently resides in Pueblo, Colorado. The cultural tapestry of the southwest and the mountains inspires her to create heartfelt works that reflect her connection to the people and places around her. Ginna is a multidisciplinary artist working in mediums such as collage, mixed media, acrylic and traditional illustration.
Ginna lives with her husband and biggest cheerleader, her mom and her littlest 3 kids (out of 5.) Ginna also LOVES bananas.
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