I have made several books over the years mostly in Spanish. My first was El Ratón Misifú, a short fable of a mouse who only speaks in the language of the cats. I have adapted a Gypsy folktale, The Mongoose’s Wedding, from Diane Tong’s book as well as Aesop’s The Frogs who asked for a King. I have also made two separate abecedarios, one of which is a collection of 29 small books.
My most recent book is El Librazo , a slapstick book about the spanish suffix -azo which when added to a word means to be hit by that thing.
Why is a Tiger a Tiger? A Bestiary of Etymology is now available in a second edition featuring ten additional animals.
New books on the way, plotting, planning…