Juan Quezada, one of Mexico's most famous potters, used his creative gifts to transform his impoverished village of laborers into a thriving artists community. Children will learn about his life and work through glowing artwork and poetic language.
ALA Notable Audio
"Weston Woods has created a total and satisfying listening package yet again listening treat!" - AudioFile " exceptional An excellent choice for libraries wishing to expand their art and/or Latino studies collections, and very useful in the classroom as well." - School Library Journal " this loving adaptation is a good bet for introducing young audiences to the art and culture of Mexico." - Starred Review, Booklist