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Gary Soto was born April 12, 1952, and raised in Fresno California. Soto is the author of ten poetry collections for adults, with New and Selected Poems a 1995 finalist for both the Los Angeles Times Book Award and the National Book Award
Gary Soto was born April 12, 1952, and raised in Fresno California. He graduated from Roosevelt High School and attended Fresno City College, graduating in 1974 with an English degree. Soto is the author of ten poetry collections for adults, with New and Selected Poems a 1995 finalist for both the Los Angeles Times Book Award and the National Book Award. His recollections Living Up the Street received a Before Columbus Foundation 1985 American Book Award.
Snapshots From A Wedding by Gary Soto is a very unique children’s book on a Mexican family wedding. The book uses very realistic snapshots on each page and even incorporates three-dimensional artwork. Gary Soto does a wonderful job in introducing a unique cultural experience to his readers. As an educator, this book could be used for a variety of things in the classroom. First, it introduces diversity and a new cultural experience for the students. Teachers can use this book to bring up the top Snapshots From A Wedding by Gary Soto is a very unique children’s book on a Mexican family wedding.
Snapshots from the Wedding is a lightly humorous story told through the eyes of a young girl named Maya. By casting Maya in the role of narrator, Soto allows the reader the same view of the festivities as a member of the wedding party.
Gary Soto, Stephanie Garcia. Maya, the flower girl, is the lens through which the action is seen. The choice of three dimensional artwork was inspired".
Gary Soto’s picture book . Imitate Gary Soto’s character, and make it entertaining! A celebration: take a holiday and write an informational text about what various characters are doing on that day to celebrate or not celebrate.
Gary Soto’s picture book, Snapshots from the Wedding is an excellent example of a book that shows cultural variety. Create an alphabet book or a counting book about items from a household or a community. Other Writing Strategies What if?
From Soto (Off and Running, 1996, et., a celebratory, child's-eye look at a wedding that captures the traditional mingling of the surreal . While the family is Mexican-American, the wedding's touching and silly moments are universal.
From Soto (Off and Running, 1996, et., a celebratory, child's-eye look at a wedding that captures the traditional mingling of the surreal and the sublime. A flower girl, Maya, tells in a pitch-perfect accent about the groom, Rafael, who is at the altar with his arm in a cast (he slid into home playing softball and scored, but broke his wrist), and a host of other relatives and strangers. Garcia's illustrations, photographs of Sculpy clay figures and collage, are pink and white and delicious, reminiscent of both reredos and scenes from a dollhouse.
By Gary Soto Illustrated by Stephanie Garcia. Snapshots from the Wedding captures the unique moments of a special occasion–the big scenes as well as the little ones–that together form a rich family mosaic. By Gary Soto Illustrated by Stephanie Garcia. Category: Children’s Picture Books. Dec 28, 1998 ISBN 9780698117525 4-8 years. See all books by Gary Soto. Born in Fresno, California, to Mexican American parents, Gary Soto is an acclaimed poet, essayist, and fiction writer.
Snapshots from the Wedding is a book by Gary Soto. Soto creates a little girl that tells us all about a wedding she attended. The illustrations are collages that are supposed to represent snapshots of the wedding. It is as if we are in her mind, as she is retelling her story. The story is told by Maya, who is a flower girl in a wedding. Through the words and graphics you are able to experience the wedding. She uses "spanglish" throughout the story.