EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE


Barack Obama (US) by Raquel Benatar
Yes You Can Too! A bilingual biography that gives readers a glimpse of President Barack Obama, from his childhood in Hawaii and Indonesia to his historic inauguration as the President of the United States in 2009. Award-winning author, Raquel Benatar, offers a vivid picture of Obama's childhood experiences, his desire to learn and achieve, his willingness to work and excel, and his dedication to improve society, from the first days as a community organizer to the presidential elections in November 2008. Through the pages of this book, the author clearly identifies education, perseverance, discipline, hard work and self-confidence as the path to fulfilling dreams. Obama's story can inspire children of all ethnic, racial, and economic backgrounds to work hard and pursue educational and professional success. LATINO BOOK AWARD WINNER FIRST PLACE. Look Inside
$16.95
Fernando Botero (Colombia) by Cesar Vidal
Illustrated by Fernando Molinari. This biography describes the events in the life of the internationally acclaimed painter and sculptor Fernando Botero, known by his voluminous figures on his paintings and sculptures. Look Inside
$12.95
Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Colombia) by Raquel Benatar
Illustrated by Alexander Levitas. The extraordinary childhood of the renown author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who was surrounded by extravagant relatives and whose memories inspired, among many others, the eternal "One Hundred Years of Solitude." Look Inside
$12.95
Jose Carreras (Spain) by Cesar Vidal
This biography conveys a life lesson from the famous opera singer Josť Carreras, who conquered his fight against leukemia and is loved for his talent and humanitarian values. Look Inside
$12.95
Jose Marti (Cuba) by Magalena Zenaida
An Honest Boy, Un hombre sincero, conveys the messages of Cuban national hero and prominent figure in Latin American literature, Jose Marti. Marti's ideas about freedom, democracy and independence come together in a poetic way that ultimately becomes a call to Cuban freedom and universal friendship that echoes long into the future as part of one of Cuba's most famous songs, Guantanamera.Look Inside
$14.95
Mario Moreno Cantiflas (Mexico) by Raquel Benatar
Mario Moreno, Cantinflas, born on August 11, 1911 was the son of a postal worker and a stay at home mom. Cantinflas will grow to be one of the most famous comic in the Spanish speaking world. A master of improvisation and incoherent monologues he gained the favor of his audience. He is remembered as one of the actors most relevant and beloved in Mexican cinema. Look Inside
$12.95
Miguel de Cervantes (Spain) by Cesar Vidal
Illustrated by Alexander Levitas. A historical setting in Spain describes the life experiences that made Cervantes -the man known around the world as the author of "The Quijote"- the most acclaimed book of all times. Look Inside
$12.95
Rigoberta Menchu (Guatemala) by Raquel Benatar
Illustrated by Jock McRae. Events in the life the Nobel Prize Winner Rigoberta Menchu. The text describes the childhood and the extraordinary events that gave shape to her quest for freedom. Look Inside
$12.95