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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
¡Todos a Celebrar! A Hispanic Customs & Traditions Alphabet Book by Dr. Maria Alma Gonzalez Pérez is a bilingual book that introduces young readers to Hispanic customs and traditions so that they learn about the Hispanic culture, people, and their history. Children will not only learn the alphabet but also understand the Hispanic customs and traditions once they finish reading this book. The Hispanic culture is very rich and has been passed from generation to generation, and the book weaves that in along with teaching the alphabet.
This book is enjoyable to readers from all countries as it is a good learning experience; both in terms of learning the alphabet and more about the Hispanic culture, traditions, and customs. I like the way the author caters to both English and Spanish speaking readers through this bilingual book. The idea of combining learning the alphabet along with introducing readers to the Hispanic culture and traditions has been done tastefully and deftly. The photographs make the concept clear. The book is informative and makes learning fun and interactive. It is a good book for classrooms and parents can have it in their personal collection at home to make learning the alphabet easy and interesting. Books like this are good not only when it comes to learning but also when it comes to gathering information about the traditions, culture, and customs of other countries in an exciting way. The book is not only for Hispanic children, but children from other countries will also find it enjoyable.