Selena : Reina de la música Tejana (Book, 2020) [WorldCat.org]
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Selena : Reina de la música Tejana

Author: Silvia Lopez; Paola Escobar; Nuria Mendoza
Publisher: New York, New York : Little Bee Books, [2020]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Juvenile audience : Spanish : First edition
Summary:
"La vida de Selena sirve de inspiración para las chicas latinas. Ella simboliza el poder de la familia, la derterminación y el orgullo de las raíces. Su éxito anima a todas las chicas a soñar y les recuerda que luchen por alcanzar sus metas, sin importar quiénes son o cuáles son esas metas."--Back cover.
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Genre/Form: Spanish language materials
Biografías
Biographies
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Literatura juvenil
Biography Juvenile literature
Biografía Literatura juvenil
Biography
Named Person: Selena; Selena; Selena; Selena
Material Type: Biography, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Silvia Lopez; Paola Escobar; Nuria Mendoza
ISBN: 9781499811438 1499811438
OCLC Number: 1187205456
Language Note: In Spanish. En español.
Target Audience: Grades K-3.
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Other Titles: Selena : Queen of Tejano music.
Responsibility: Silvia Lopez ; ilustrado por Paola Escobar ; traducido por Nuria Mendoza.

Abstract:

"La vida de Selena sirve de inspiración para las chicas latinas. Ella simboliza el poder de la familia, la derterminación y el orgullo de las raíces. Su éxito anima a todas las chicas a soñar y les recuerda que luchen por alcanzar sus metas, sin importar quiénes son o cuáles son esas metas."--Back cover.

"Selena Quintanilla's music career began at the age of nine when she started singing in her family's band. She went from using a hairbrush as a microphone to traveling from town to town to play gigs. But Selena faced a challenge: People said that she would never make it in Tejano music, which was dominated by male performers. Selena was determined to prove them wrong."--provided by publisher.

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