Home  Library Help  Back  Give us a hand.  Learn how you can contribute to ICDL.  About This Book    
Home > Read books! > Advanced Search > About This Book  
Library Account Register / Sign in
Tachín Tachín
Children Stories

Author - Maritza Valle Tejeda

Read this Book
Tachín Tachín<br>Children Stories
Add tag for this book:   ? 
Enter tags to help people find books by keywords. Sign in to save your tags.

Number of Pages - 112
Find other books like this one in the library
Display summary in   Help

Graciela Briceño, preface writer of this book, writes: Among the many virtues of this book, one finds the delicious way the author transmits experiences and generous helpful attitudes that radiate from the stories of Maritza Valle; she senses the immense loneliness that a great part of humanity struggles with today.
Publication Date
North American Cultural Institute of Peru (ICPNA) & National Library of Peru (BNP) - Peru
San Marcos Editorial - Peruvian Association of Children and Youth Literature - Peru
Copyright held by - Catalina Estela Alvarado Serpa, Julia Maritza Valle Tejeda.
This work is made available with the permission of the owner of copyright.

Story: "The Little Dew Drop" - Hooks Literary Contest, First Prize, Mayo, 1994; Story: "The numbers" - Hooks Literary Contest, Honorable Mention, Mayo, 1994; Story: "The little shoes" - Hooks Literary Contest, Second Prize, Mayo, 1994; Story: "The value of friendship" - National Story Contest APLIJ - Huancayo, Thrid Place, Noviembre, 1993
This book includes a pedagogical reference guide to values. Book recommended by the Peruvian Association of Children and Youth Literature.

Link to This Book

 Search Tools:  Simple Search | Advanced Search | Location Search | Keyword Search
 Browse By:  Full Book List | Author and Illustrator List | Recently Added Books | Award Winning Books | Collections | Exhibitions | Activities

Home | Read books! | About ICDL | Sponsors | How to contribute | Help
The International Children's Digital Library is a project of the ICDL Foundation in collaboration with the University of Maryland's Human-Computer Interaction Lab.