Nuevo día

Nuevo día
Nuevo día


This ample collection of poetry, with 96 pages, lively illustrated, with poems from the most important poets of the Spanish speaking world including poetry by Rafael Alberti, Elsa Isabel Brnemann, Jaime Ferrán, Ester Feliciano Mendoza, Isabel Freire de Matos, Ernesto Galarza, Antonio Granados, Nicolás Guillén, Juan Ramón Jiménez, Gabriela Mistral, Carlos Murciano, Marina Romero, Alfonsina Storni, María Elena Walsh. Among the selections from the folklore there are four versions of the tradicional Romance de don Gato. It also includes original poems by F. Isabel Campoy as Todas las familias del mundo, La voz del verano and Si un día tuviera… and original poems by Alma Flor Ada among others Mar, Querer, and Diego Velázquez.


Poetry is one of the best gifts we can give children. A poem a day enhances a child’s life with the sounds of words, with rhyme and rhythm, with the enchantment of images and metaphors, with the invitation to see reality with new eyes.

Our culture is very rich in outstanding poets and excellent poetry. Some poets write primarily for children, but even our most recognized poets have at some time or other written poetry that children can enjoy.

The Cielo abierto Poetry Collection is composed of seven poetry anthologies. These rich anthologies include selections from the folklore along with the work of the best Spanish-speaking poets from the United States, Latin America and Spain. Each of the selections has been carefully chosen to awaken children’s love of poetry and to deepen their appreciation for the musicality and richness of the Spanish language. Original poems by Alma Flor Ada and Isabel Campoy are also included.

It is impossible to assign a specific age to poetry, since the same poem can be enjoyed by children of different ages at different moments. Yet, there is a certain progression of language and reading difficulty in the series reflected in the order in which the titles are listed.

Grade levels have been mentioned next to the titles as an orientation, but should not be seen restrictively.
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