Drawn from a variety of antique sources, these 19 black-and-white stickers of grinning skulls, dancing skeletons, and other cheerfully macabre images include drawings by famed artists Jorge Posada and Julio Ruelas.
Celebrate the Day of the Dead with these challenging sticker puzzles. The Day of the Dead is a colorful celebration of loved ones who hold a special place in our hearts. These 15 colorful stickering puzzles will bring hours of enjoyment to those who celebrate the holiday and seek a new way to connect to its rich cultural traditions. Each puzzle consists of a tessellated grid that includes a few clues to get you started, along with up to 100 reusable stickers to complete the design. When the last sticker is placed, you'll have a beautiful glossy art poster that can be framed on the wall. Images include decorative skulls, flower patterns, and other designs associated with the Day of the Dead.
Release on 2009-08-01 | by Kwei-Lin Lum,Paper Dolls
Author: Kwei-Lin Lum,Paper Dolls
Pubpsher: Courier Corporation
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Artfully and accurately rendered in the tradition of the Mexican holiday, this whimsical bilingual gallery features 2 paper dolls and 15 ornate costumes, a variety of altar offerings, and a bonus sticker poster.
Sixteen line-art interpretations of this festive event find their inspiration in papel picado, a traditional Mexican folk art involving paper-cutting, and the images of Mexican cartoonist José Guadalupe Posada. Includes bilingual text.
More than 40 iron-on transfers feature elaborately decorated skulls, dancing skeletons, and other classic Day of the Dead motifs. Decorate pillows, jackets, placemats, handbags, and other clothing, accessories, and homewares with these exotic images — all of them original interpretations of traditional designs from Mexican folklore.
KATE SHUGAK is a native Aleut working as a private investigator in Alaska. She's 5 foot 1 inch tall, carries a scar that runs from ear to ear across her throat and owns half-wolf, half-husky dog named Mutt. Resourceful, strong-willed, defiant, Kate is tougher than your average heroine – and she needs to be to survive the worst the Alaskan wilds can throw at her. THE SINGING OF THE DEAD. Kate Shugak joins the staff of a political campaign to work security for a Native woman running for state senator. The candidate has been receiving anonymous threats, and Kate is to become her shadow, watching the crowds at rallies and fund-raisers. But just as she's getting started, the campaign is rocked by the murder of their staff researcher. To track the killer, Kate will have to delve into the past, in particular the grisly murder of a 'good-time girl' during the Klondike Gold Rush of 1915. Little can she guess the impact a ninety-year-old unsolved case might have on a modern-day psychotic killer...
The world's rivers are alive with perils, and this dramatic coloring book presents 30 awesome examples. Full-page illustrations of predators from around the globe range from the Nile's electric catfish and the Queensland grouper to the Amazon's vampire fish, the Russian kaluga, and the northern snakehead, an invasive species from Asia now in parts of the United States. Captions identify each creature and provide details of their habitats, size, and behavior.
This dramatic coloring book traces the history of "the war to end all wars." Thirty-five realistic illustrations depict momentous battles, introduction of new weaponry, famous figures, and historic events.
You Know the Way is a fitting tribute to the memory of a great teacher who brought us comfort and joy when we were disturbed, but who was also fearless in disturbing us when he thought we were too comfortable. In this way, his homilies will continue to inspire us. — Don Klene Steve always questioned himself and challenged himself to grow and become a better Christian and a better human being. His preaching was just a simple sharing of the questions he asked himself. He spoke as one human to other humans, friends and companions on the journey, all of us struggling to grow and become our better selves. — Janice Braun The times in the last 35 years that I spent with Steve in the deaconate, he impressed me very much. But mostly the non-deaconate instances of being witness to the truth and violations of the Gospel by those in society that should uphold it are what I remember and cherish. This is the real deaconate, this spirit of God that I look for and Steve had it. — A note written by fellow Deacon after Steve’s death