Introduce little ones to the lovely city of Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras, in both English and Spanish!
Introduce your little readers to Tegucigalpa, the ever-growing capital of Honduras. Your little ones will discover the hidden gems – secret parks, hilly terrains, and stone steps – and feel like they’re on top of the world at El Picacho. They will bear witness to the natural phenomenon of the lluvia de peces, visit the national park of La Tigra, and dig into the country’s beloved platter of anafre!
Parents will want to get their hands on these travel books to engage their little ones in the beauty of exploring new cultures and countries without ever necessarily leaving the comfort of their homes and just using their imagination!
Patty Rodriguez is the cofounder of Lil’ Libros, a publisher of bilingual children’s books and coauthor of more than 15 books celebrating the Latino-American experience in this country. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Time, and Rolling Stone magazine. You can also listen to Patty every morning in Los Angeles on the On Air with Ryan Seacrest nationally syndicated radio show. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
Ariana Stein is the cofounder of Lil’ Libros, a Los Angeles-based publisher that celebrates bilingualism and Latin American culture. Since 2014, she has coauthored a variety of first concept children’s books. She has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Forbes, CNN, KTLA, and more.
Ana Godinez is a graduate of the University of Southern California where she studied English Literature and Fine Arts. She lends her artistic hand as graphic designer for several companies and organizations in Los Angeles, working to create projects that include branding, websites, social media campaigns, murals, and commissioned abstract paintings. Today, Ana is the Creative Director of Akash Winery & Vineyard and Lead Designer at Lil’ Libros. Her newest and most challenging project is tackling the illustrations of Vámonos, a new travel series by Lil’ Libros that takes readers on a ride through the sights and sounds of Latin American. When Ana is not glued to her computer, she's out looking for inspiration through traveling, walking her dog, and looking for food.