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Led with laughter love and tragedy all of which influenced what she painted on her canvasesDistinguished authorillustrator Yuyi Morales illuminates Frida's life and work in this elegant and fascinating bookA Neal Porter Boo

reader à Viva Frida¹ Hardcover Yuyi Morales is the illustrator of Kathleen Krull’s Harvesting Hope The Story of Cesar Chavez whose accolades include a Pura Belpré Award and a Christopher Medal as well as the Pura Belpré Award winning Los Gatos Black on Halloween by Marisa Montes Born and raised in Mexico she now lives in northern California.

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  • Calista

    reader à Viva Frida¹ Hardcover Viva Frida This book is not what I expected Frida is so interesting and it really didn’t tell anything about who Frida was I realize it uses the pictures to imitate her artwork a little It is unexpected Yuyi uses stop motion puppets to have a scene on each page Then there is a word or phrase like ‘I see’ or something There is no real story It didn’t do anything to make kids really curious about Frida Luckily I have read something else about Frida to the kids and that did peak their curiosity I do enjoy Frida's work and I was excited for this but I feel this book let me down I wanted to like it The last page gives Yuyi’s feelings about Frida to her but there isn’t really anything about Frida here Still it was at least interesting There is a lot of artwork that went into setting up each photo It’s not my favorite but it

  • Laurie Anderson

    reader à Viva Frida¹ Hardcover Viva Frida Stunning testimony to the power of art and artists

  • Manybooks

    reader à Viva Frida¹ Hardcover Viva Frida The expressively emotional three dimensional puppet dioramas of Viva Frida which appear to have been created by author and illustrator Yuyi Morales and were then photographed by Tim O'Meara are in all ways a delightful and wonderful visual treat a glorious celebration of Frida Kahlo's imagination creativity and her special and uniue ways of perceiving of looking at the world And yes if I were to consider the illustrations the spectacular dioramas and ONLY them I can not only both much understand and appreciate the 2015 Caldecott Honour designation for Viva Frida but also would personally consider the latter pretty much as a five star book However and for me personally this is a rather massively frustrated however on a textual on a narrative level I am sorry to say that I have found Viva Frida as uite totally lacking in almost every way too simplistic too mundane basically telling me as a reader patently nothing about Frida Kahlo's life and time

  • Josiah

    reader à Viva Frida¹ Hardcover Viva Frida Who earned the 2015 Caldecott Honor awarded to Viva Frida authorillustrator Yuyi Morales or photographer Tim O'Meara? Or both? I did a little research into this uestion and on the American Library Association's Caldecott webpage as of the time I wrote this review Yuyi Morales appeared to be the only one credited for the book's art with no mention of Tim O'Meara Whether that's right or wrong I'll leave others to ponder but I enjoyed all the artwork in Viva Frida a colorful festive celebration of a renowned Mexican artist and her unconventional lust for life Frida Kahlo makes an intriguing subject for a picture book and Yuyi Morales tells her story as creditably as would be expected in a book this size especially in the way she renders Ms Kahlo's physical form warts and all so to speak Frida Kahlo had a life of ups and dow

  • Amanda

    reader à Viva Frida¹ Hardcover Viva Frida Holy cow This book is a force and I'm having trouble articulating my thoughts about it The mixed media artwork is phenomenal The details of the puppets the rich textures and colors all combined in a way that brings out the best of traditional art and digital manipulation I rarely like books that have the text in than one language but this one works The poem is simple and beautiful and I read it to myself in both languages despite the fact that I only have a Sesame Street understanding of Spanish I found that the poem informed my interpretation of the artwork helping me to understand what was going on I agree with my friend Allison that this is a book about creativity and art and life as experienced by Frida not a biography You don't have to know about Frida to read this but you will likely be inspired to find out I've never felt that I understood Frida's art but Yuyi's afte

  • Alison

    reader à Viva Frida¹ Hardcover Viva Frida Illustrations made with wonderfully expressive puppets bring Frida Diego briefly and several animal friends to life with a warmth and sparkle

  • Ma&

    reader à Viva Frida¹ Hardcover Viva Frida One of the toddlers I care for sometimes has the best collection of children's books I've ever seen heavy on history social justice diverse representation not centered around white English speaking people etc Viva Frida is probably in their top three most loved books Yesterday they asked me to read it to them three timesWe linger on each page to admire the art point out the different characters and based on the simple phrases in both Spanish and English we practice a bit of conjugation

  • Beth

    reader à Viva Frida¹ Hardcover Viva Frida Viva Frida gave me the feels I know others have criticized it for not giving enough insight into Frida Kahlo's life in the story itself but to me this book is so much bigger than just a biography of Frida Kahlo It felt like a living breathing poem and was simply

  • Tasha

    reader à Viva Frida¹ Hardcover Viva Frida Frida Kahlo is one of the most celebrated female artists in the world This picture book is less a biography and a celebration of her life and art on the page Written in brief sentences the book shows her uniue perspective on the world It pays homage to the rich love she had in her life her pet monkey and all of the inspiration she found

  • Jim Erekson

    reader à Viva Frida¹ Hardcover Viva Frida Much like Melissa Sweet's illustrations in A River of Words Yuyi Morales was able to make the book about the art This was far than a biographical telling it was an exploration of imagery and sounds that Frida Kahlo's work and biography evoke In fact some people not me might be disappointed by the sparse biographical material The picturebook format is a kind of poetry in that it has severe limitations on scope 32 pages Authors and illustrators of informative genres can either embrace that economy and go for something poetic or they can try to sueeze in the most important factual information There are plenty of other places to go for facts and specific stories about Frida Kahlo The 3D and multimedia work Morales did here was enchanting She walked me through a number of different explorations of art media with none of them appearing weaker or stronger than the others I loved looking at especially her 3D dolls and th