The Day of the Dead Celebration is the most important holiday of the year in Mexico and parts of the American Southwest, a joyful time when families remember their dead. Day of the Dead provides a colorful look at the iconic folk art and family traditions that play a vital role in the event, which happens across the country from October 31 through November 2.
Release on 2018-10-01 | by Gertrude Chandler Warner
Author: Gertrude Chandler Warner
Pubpsher: Albert Whitman & Company
Category: Juvenile Fiction
The Aldens are visiting friends for a big Dia de los Muertos celebration. The kids love learning about the holiday and helping out—that is until mysterious events threaten to ruin everyone's preparations. Can the Aldens figure out what's going on and help their friends save the celebration?
Release on 2015-09-30 | by Russ Thorne,Flame Flame Tree
Art, Inspiration & Counter Culture
Author: Russ Thorne,Flame Flame Tree
Pubpsher: Flame Tree Publishing
The Day of the Dead is a festival of culture and youth, a celebration of life in death.The beautiful rituals, the sugar skulls, the costumes and the festivities have grown into a massive counter culture: art, movies, cartoons and literature have been consumed by the brilliant power of the Day of the Dead, tendered here in this lively new book.
The Day of the Dead is an important celebration in Latin American culture. Readers will learn about the history and the colorful and endearing traditions that take place to honor loved ones who have passed away.
An ancient spirit grapples with the new spirit of youth and greed for control over the season of the dead. A woman and her lover take a romantic trip to Mexico where she learns that both love and death are more than she believes. And a dead writer discovers an opportunity for the ultimate revenge. Featuring the work of Dru Pagliassotti, Ron Savage, Gerri Leen and others, Dia de los Muertos provides 29 tales based on the days of the dead, that time of year when the dead are permitted to return to walk again amongst the living.