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Senora Reganona: A Mexican Bedtime Story
Susana Sanroman (au); Domi (il)
Every child fears the night from time to time. In this simple story a frightened child keeps a light under her covers to scare away the night, whom she calls Senora Reganona -- Old Grouch. But then she has a dream that transforms her nemesis into a friendly playmate. This book resulted from Mexicoís A la Orilla del Viento, an international picture-book contest that drew entries from artists all over the Americas. Domi, the winning artist, is a Native Mexican who has never been previously published. She employs intense color & imagery that is strongly rooted in Mexican tradition, yet remains timeless & universal. Translated from the Spanish edition. Illustrations. Recommended for ages 3 to 5. Winner of the A la Orilla del Viento.
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