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10 edition of Snapshots from the wedding found in the catalog.

Snapshots from the wedding

by Gary Soto

  • 122 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by G.P. Putnam"s in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Weddings -- Fiction,
  • Mexican Americans -- Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Maya, the flower girl, describes a Mexican American wedding through snapshots of the day"s events, beginning with the procession to the altar and ending with her sleeping after the dance.

    Edition Notes

    StatementGary Soto ; illustrated by Stephanie Garcia.
    ContributionsGarcia, Stephanie, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.S7242 Sn 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1274273M
    ISBN 10039922808X
    LC Control Number95005793

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    Get this from a library! Snapshots from the wedding. [Gary Soto; Stephanie Garcia] -- Maya, the flower girl, describes a Mexican American wedding through snapshots of the day's events, beginning with the procession to the altar and ending with her sleeping after the dance. Snapshots from the Wedding Gary Soto, Author, Stephanie Garcia, Illustrator Putnam Publishing Group $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author.


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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. The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to 4/5(5).

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 /5.

Snapshots from the Wedding is a lightly humorous story told through the eyes of a young girl named Maya. Gary Soto delivers this joyous narrative of a traditional Mexican boda in lyrical and rhythmic language.

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.4/5. Snapshots from the Wedding is a book by Gary Soto. 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.

Through the story you experience the wedding. You experience just about everything, even one of Maya's family members cars broken down in the parking lot outside/5(11). 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.

About the Author Born in Fresno, California, to Mexican American parents, Gary Soto is an acclaimed poet, essayist, and fiction writer. Stephanie Garcia, the Pura Belpré-winning illustrator, depicts Maya’s wide-eyed experience of the wedding as something remembered through a series of winsome snapshots.

Yet, in one of the most surprising and original aspects of this book, Garcia Snapshots from the wedding book the scenes into sharp relief through exquisitely constructed dioramas that defy all 4/5(5). Stephanie Garcia is the illustrator of the award-winning children's book Snapshots from the Wedding.

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We're featuring millions /5(). "Snapshots from the Wedding", is a story told by Maya, the flower girl. It is all about the events that took place at Isabel and Rafael's wedding. However, this is a traditional Mexican wedding/5(26).

Once your wedding photographer finishes editing your shots and sends them back to you—a process that typically takes a few weeks—don't forget to put them somewhere special, like a wedding album or photo book.

After all, Instagram is great for sharing snaps with family and friends, but physical keepsakes will never get old.

View all online retailers Find local retailers. Being a flower girl has never been so exciting. 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.

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Isabel Campoy, and Suni Paz. Snapshots from the Wedding by Gary Soto and Stephanie Garcia. The flower girl at a Mexican-American wedding describes all the highlights of the read more.

The flower girl at a Mexican-American wedding describes all the highlights of the event--from her perspective. We notice the yawning altar boy with dirty tennis shoes and Uncle Juan in his itchy new suit during the ceremony.

Another "snapshot" shows a pair of sculpted hands holding a plate with a flower-topped slice of wedding cake.

A happy marriage of talents. Ages (Mar.) Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly. Gr Soto's picture book provides a glimpse into an American cultural traditiona wedding with a Hispanic flair.

Maya, the narrator, is a flower : Source: Thomas M. March, “An Overview of ‘Snapshots of a Wedding’,” in Short Stories for Students, The Gale Group, Sara Chetin. In the following excerpt, Chetin explores the ways in which Head’s “Snapshots of a Wedding,” is presented as a series of photographs, and how this style affects the theme of inevitable change.

For our blog I chose to read Gary Soto's, "Snapshots of the Wedding". The book was published in and tells the story of a young girl, Maya, and her thoughts on day at a traditional Mexican wedding.

The book describes in vivid details all the excitement and buzz around the wedding. About Snapshots from the Wedding. Being a flower girl has never been so exciting. Meet Maya, Isabel’s flower girl, as she describes in vivid detail the exciting wedding day.

Maya introduces us to Danny, the ring bearer; Aunt Marta, crying big tears; Uncle Trino, jump-starting a car in his tuxedo; and Rafael, the groom, with a cast on his arm. Snapshots from the Wedding by: Gary Sato. Being a flower girl has never been so exciting.

Meet Maya, Isabel’s flower girl, as she describes in vivid detail the exciting wedding day. Maya introduces us to Danny, the ring bearer; Aunt Marta, crying big tears; Uncle Trino, jump-starting a car in his tuxedo; and Rafael, the groom, with a cast on.

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By Stephanie Garcia, Gary Soto. Grades. PreK-K,Genre. Fiction. A wedding is seen through the. Snapshots from the wedding by Gary Soto,G.P. Putnam's edition, in English. "Snapshots of a Wedding" was published in in The Collector of Treasures and Other Botswana Village Tales, Bessie Head's first collection of short fiction.

Though this particular story has not received a great deal of critical attention, Head's short stories are well known for their portrayal of African village life and its traditions and customs.Snapshots from the Wedding by Gary Soto, Stephanie Garcia (Illustrator) starting at $ Snapshots from the Wedding has 3 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.From Soto (Off and Running,etc.), 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.