I, Juan De Pareja

I, Juan De Pareja

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Winner of the 1966 Newbery MedalAn ALA Notable BookA New York Times Best Juvenile Book of the YearJuan is the slave of the great Spanish painter Diego Valazquez and helps his master in his studio by preparing paints and stretching canvases. But Juan is an artist, too: he has taught himself by watching his master's technique. Although such work is forbidden by slaves, Jaun cannot keep his secret any longer.What will happen when the truth is known? Latino Interest.
Publisher: New York, Bell Books [1965]
ISBN: 9780374335311
Branch Call Number: J TRE
Characteristics: xii, 180 p. 22 cm.

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petal2014
May 21, 2017

Fascinating book, I had never heard about Juan before.

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patriziella
Apr 30, 2017

Excellent book and a wonderful read. Also, very educational and close to the truth about the personages' lives. My son and I loved this and it is probably one of the best children's books we've ever read.

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ElizabethSummer
May 10, 2012

had to read this for school. Okay book

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