Amy Córdova

Amy Córdova of Taos, New Mexico, is an artist, arts educator, and activist, renowned for her highly contextualized depictions of Latino cultures. She has illustrated over seventeen children's books and has been awarded the prestigious American Library Association Pura Belpré Award twice, in 2008 and 2010.

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The First Tortilla

A Bilingual Story

By Rudolfo Anaya; Illustrated by Amy Córdova; Translated by Enrique R. Lamadrid
University of New Mexico Press
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Juan the Bear and the Water of Life

La Acequia de Juan del Oso

University of New Mexico Press
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La Llorona

The Crying Woman

By Rudolfo Anaya; Illustrated by Amy Córdova; Translated by Enrique R. Lamadrid
University of New Mexico Press
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The Santero's Miracle

A Bilingual Story

By Rudolfo Anaya; Illustrated by Amy Córdova; Translated by Enrique R. Lamadrid
University of New Mexico Press
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Sisters in Blue/Hermanas de azul

Sor María de Ágreda Comes to New Mexico/Sor María de Ágreda viene a Nuevo México

University of New Mexico Press

Sisters in Blue tells the story of two young women--one Spanish, one Puebloan--meeting across space and time.

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