THE SPIRITU 4
HEAD, HEART, STOMACH, & FEET
ZigZag begins with a declaration that the book, which plays with the alphabet, will be switching between Spanish and English. Unlike many bilingual books, however, this is not done by using translation or using Spanglish. The two authors decided to write the book somewhat simultaneously, so that the two languages were in dialogue with one another -- they call it "converslation." The illustrations, which they call the third language, are central images that tie the whole page together.
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