A cumulative rhyme summarizes the life"s work of renowned Mexican potter, Juan Quezada. Additional information describes the process he uses to create his pots after the style of the Casas Grandes people.
|Statement||by Nancy Andrews-Goebel ; pictures by David Diaz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) ;|
|LC Control Number||2001038139|
THE POT THAT JUAN BUILT Nancy Andrews-Goebel, Author, David Diaz, Illustrator, illus. by David Diaz. Lee & Low $ (32p) ISBN Buy this book Noted Mexican potter Juan Quezada. The Pot That Juan Built was named an ALA Notable Children’s Book and has won numerous other awards including the Children’s Book Award from the International Reading Association (IRA), the Titles for Reading and Sharing list from the New York Public Library, Best Books of the Year awards from School Library Journal, Parenting magazine. A beautiful pictorial look at pottery art in Mexico. The connection that Juan has to pottery and nature is shown in the book. I liked the afterward that gives readers more background information about Juan and the pottery making process he used. I enjoyed the illustrations that show how Juan used natural elements surrounding him to create his art.4/5(20). The Pot That Juan Built is her first book. Andrews-Goebel and her husband live in the northern California town of Cayucos. David Diaz. won the Caldecott Medal in for Smoky Night. He is the illustrator of many other popular children's books as well, including December, Roadrunner's Dance, Going Home, and Wilma Unlimited. Diaz is also an.
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The Pot That Juan Built. By. Nancy Andrews-Goebel. Illustrated by. David Diaz. This book, told in the style of "The House That Jack Built," is about a famous potter named Juan Quezada who lives in the small Mexican village of Mata Ortiz. Quezada's art has brought attention to Mata Ortiz because he creates his pottery using the same techniques. The Pot That Juan Built. Book Review: This book is a combination of a story and information about the development of Juan Quezada's pottery skills. The story describes Juan's plight to create a unique and beautiful pot depicting the Casas Grande people and is written in the form of the cumulative story, "The House That Jack Built.". Lee & Low Books The Pot That Juan Built Teacher’s Guide 3 READING AND RESPONDING Discussion Questions After students have read the book, use these or similar questions to help guide their understanding of the book. Encourage students to refer to passages or pages in the book to support or illustrate their responses. 1. The Pot That Juan Built by Nancy Andrews-Goebel, Alfred Molina (Narrator) starting at $ The Pot That Juan Built has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.