Title: The Witch's Face: A Mexican Tale
Author: (adapted by) Eric A. Kimmel
Illustrator: Fabricio Vanden Broeck
Description: Signed by Kimmel on ffep. Stated First Edition. Red cloth spine with gilt lettering and light brown sides. Small blemish on front board, else fine. Dust jacket not price clipped. DJ in archival sleeve. 32 unnumbered pages. 9.25 x 10.25 inches.
Don Aurelio stops at a house owned by three strange women and soon discovers that they are witches. Each night, they put on a pair of straw wings, remove their human faces, and fly into the dark night. He falls in love with the youngest witch, who has a beautiful face, but fails to heed her special instructions.
Eric Kimmel (b. 1946) is an American author of children's books. His work has been enthusiastically received and has been recognized with a Caldecott Honor Book and multiples of both the Sydney Taylor Book Award and the National Jewish Book Award. He is Professor Emeritus of Education at Portland State University.
Fabricio Vanden Broeck (b.1955) is an award winning illustrator who also teaches design at the Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana in Mexico City.
Condition: Very Good+
Jacket Condition: Fine
Publisher: Holiday House
Place: New York
Keywords: children's, illustrated, picture book, Fabricio Vanden Broeck,
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