Stefan Czernecki (Author, Illustrator), Timothy Rhodes (Author). This somewhat forced picture book about the world's first pinata was inspired by a Diego Rivera mural.
Stefan Czernecki (Author, Illustrator), Timothy Rhodes (Author). Years ago, at Christmastime in the village of San Miguel, young Pancho had rescued a talking falling star lodged atop the cactus in the town square. Thus, the pinata, a decorated clay pot filled with toys and sweets, was born.
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On Christmas Eve Pancho rescues a star from a cactus and receives the gift of happiness. ISBN13:9780606066556.
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Stefan Czernecki, Timothy Rhodes. The gift of happiness, given to Pancho as a boy when he rescues a fallen star in the Christmas procession, allows him, years later, to convert an old clay pot into a magical pin+a1ata to cheer the whole Mexican village.
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In "Pancho's Pinata," by Stefan Czernecki and Timothy Rhodes, an enormous cactus serves as a Christmas .
In "Pancho's Pinata," by Stefan Czernecki and Timothy Rhodes, an enormous cactus serves as a Christmas tree, and a poor, weary but happy old man does the work of Santa Claus. This story, inspired by a mural by the Mexican artist Diego Rivera, tells how little Pancho, dressed as an angel in a Christmas procession, rescued a star that had got stuck on the spines of a big cactus. In gratitude the star rewarded him with lifelong happiness
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