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Paint Your Own Sugar Skull by T.L. Bonaddio

Title Paint Your Own Sugar Skull
Author T.L. Bonaddio
Publisher Running Press
Release 2015-08-25
Category Humor
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9780762458554
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The art of making sugar skulls to honor the dead has been a long-standing tradition for Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. Included in this kit is everything you need to paint a mini-size sugar skull including 4 pots of paint, 1 paintbrush, gems and sequins, 1 pot of glitter, 1 piece of ribbon, and a skull. Also included is an illustrated 32-page book on the history of sugar skulls and how to decorate your own.

Sugar Skull by Denise Hamilton

Title Sugar Skull
Author Denise Hamilton
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2003-03-25
Category Fiction
Total Pages 304
ISBN 0743254147
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the Edgar, Anthony, Macavity, and Willa-nominated author Denise Hamilton comes SUGAR SKULL Acclaimed by award committees and critics for her groundbreaking The Jasmine Trade, Denise Hamilton returns with a penetrating new Eve Diamond crime novel sure to confirm her reputation as a rising star. Los Angeles Times reporter Eve Diamond usually works out of the paper's San Gabriel Valley bureau, but she's taking a weekend shift downtown when a distraught Vincent Chevalier breaks through security and demands her help. His fifteen-year-old daughter, Isabel, is missing, and the cops won't go looking for her until forty-eight hours have passed. The man thinks he knows where she might be -- with some runaways in a dismal squat in East Hollywood. He wants Eve as his witness when he enters the squat and tries to bring Isabel home. Eve senses a possible story: Why would a privileged young girl from Pasadena spend time with the down-and-outs in East Hollywood? But there will be no interview with Isabel. Isabel is dead, her body wrapped in a dirty futon and abandoned in a derelict basement. Eve's questions have only begun. What brought the blond-haired teenager to such a tragic, early demise? Did a man named Finch, who's had past arrests for drugs, burglary, and theft, have something to do with Isabel's murder? What about her father? There's something unsettling about him. And what was Isabel's relationship with Paolo Langdon, her schoolmate and the son of a socialite hostess and a prominent politician? Even as Eve must fight against powerful forces that want her off the story, she finds herself emotionally drawn to the brooding scion of a Mexican music-promotion titan. It's dangerous to mix professional with personal, but Silvio Aguilar is hard to resist. And in his world, in the little sugar skull confections that commemorate the Mexican Day of the Dead, Eve may find some clue to a killer. Written with the authenticity and bold strokes that Denise Hamilton has made her own, Sugar Skull is much more than a triumphant crime novel -- it's a dazzling portrait of a city full of diversity. Rich with nuance and insight, this is compelling, illuminating crime writing at its best.

Damaged Hearts by Mary E. Twomey

Title Damaged Hearts
Author Mary E. Twomey
Publisher Mary E. Twomey, LLC
Release 2020-12-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 232
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When one person is damaged, the whole family unites. Ruling with an iron fist seemed like the way to go, but when Adelita goes missing, Cruz begins to see the holes in his uncle's plans. Without stopping to check if this is a journey he is well enough to take, Cruz forsakes everything he knows to go off with Santos and Rafael in search of their missing heart. Caring becomes contagious when Tio Bruno involves himself. He gives up far too much to protect Tavita, even though there is no guarantee she's not behind Adelita's abduction. Though death is certain, when the warriors leave the safety of the village, they know there is no turning back. If you like Veronica Roth, Bella Forrest, and first kisses with a bit of sweetness and scandal, you’ll love this urban fantasy romance series with a dystopian edge. The series is based in Hispanic folklore, with an entirely Hispanic cast of characters. One-Click book four in the Savage Hearts paranormal romance series written by USA Today Bestselling Author Mary E. Twomey today!

A Day For The Dead by Mirian Martinez

Title A Day For The Dead
Author Mirian Martinez
Publisher Mirian Martinez
Release 2017-10-20
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 131
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This story takes place in the early 1950’s in a city of Angels, known as Los Angeles. A boy named Josue is not happy summer vacation is over and he has to attend the new school year. Josue’s new teacher, Ms.Maggie, earns his attention when she introduces holiday art projects and stories about music. In school Josue learns about Halloween but at home he learns of Day of The Dead. Just when Josue was starting to find interest in his new school year; he meets a new student Prudence. Who he mistakes as a bad omen from a Halloween story. Learning new subjects, meeting new friends and sharing family traditions; all tie together through a misunderstood, dark, spooky holiday. A holiday that doesn’t have all the answers as to why the end has arrived but shines just enough light towards a new beginning.

Seductive Shadows by Marni Mann

Title Seductive Shadows
Author Marni Mann
Publisher Marni Mann
Release 2016-06
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1533004102
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The deal offers security. The money provides financial freedom. Sometimes, the things that sound too good to be true are. My past is haunted by darkness, full of shadows. The mansion promises fantasy and pleasure, the closest things to dawn I know. Once I sign my life over, it’s too late. My future quickly becomes darker than my past. Here, there is danger…and secrets. One of them is Cameron Hardy. Like me, he’s an artist. Like me, he has scars. He could be my sunrise. Or the reason the sun never rises again.

Title The Sugar Skull Tarot Deck and Guidebook
Author David A Ross
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2021-09-28
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 332
ISBN 1982176857
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Whether it's the Magician shooting the sugar skull bullseye each time, the High Priestess seeing her reflection in the water (thus revealing her inner truth in the form of a sugar skull), or the Fool feeling confident that he will create and manifest the perfect sugar skull by the time he finishes his journey, we all have an unrealized version of our true potential lying in wait. Let the light-hearted illustrations and color palettes of The Sugar Skull Tarot Deck offer you all the inspiration you need to be the best person you can truly be. So when you are finally reflecting on the outside how you've been feeling on the inside, you will be presented to the world as you've always seen yourself-confident, magical, and ready to give and receive love"--

Title Day of the Dead in the USA Second Edition
Author Regina M Marchi
Publisher Rutgers University Press
Release 2022-08-12
Category Social Science
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1978821654
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Honoring relatives by tending graves, building altars, and cooking festive meals has been a major tradition among Latin Americans for centuries. The tribute, "El Día de los Muertos," has enjoyed renewed popularity since the 1970s when Latinx activists and artists in the United States began expanding "Day of the Dead" north of the border with celebrations of performance art, Aztec danza, art exhibits, and other public expressions. Focusing on the power of public ritual to serve as a communication medium, this revised and updated edition combines a mix of ethnography, historical research, oral history, and critical cultural analysis to explore the manifold and unexpected transformations that occur when the tradition is embraced by the mainstream. A testament to the complex role of media and commercial forces in constructions of ethnic identity, Day of the Dead in the USA provides insight into the power of art and ritual to create community, transmit oppositional messages, and advance educational, political, and economic goals. Today Chicano-style Day of the Dead events take place in all fifty states. This revised edition provides new information about: The increase in events across the US, incorporating media coverage and financial aspects, Recent political movements expressed in contemporary Day of the Dead celebrations, including #BlackLivesMatter and #MeToo Greater media coverage and online presence of the celebration in blogs, websites, and streaming video Día de los Muertos themes and iconography in video games and films The proliferation of commercialized merchandise such as home goods, apparel, face paints and jewelry at mainstream big box and web retailers, as well as the widespread proliferation of calavera-themed decorations and costumes for Halloween 24 new full color illustrations

Skulls by Noah Scalin

Title Skulls
Author Noah Scalin
Publisher Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Release 2008
Category Art
Total Pages 179
ISBN 9781600593758
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Presents a collection of 150 skulls from the artist, along with a description and anecdote about each one, and includes instructions to create four different skull projects.

Title Painting School
Author
Publisher Walter Foster Jr
Release 2019-06-04
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1633227103
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With Painting School, kids will discover how easy it is to paint anything—animals, people, nature, objects, and more—with simple steps and easy lessons! Painting School provides the first steps to a lifelong love of art. Your child will learn how to paint anything they see in the world around them by following a few simple steps. This comprehensive, 240-page art guide reveals how easy it is to paint, with easy-to-follow step-by-step projects, colorful art, and clear instructions. Before the step-by-step painting projects, this book begins with the basics, such as the paintbrushes and paints to use, the differences between popular paint types, how to mix colors, what to paint on, and much more. Then painting class really begins! A variety of subjects are covered, from animals and people to nature and simple, everyday objects. Some of the projects include: Zoo animals, such as a panda and a lion Pets, such as dogs and cats People, such as kids, adults, and a jogger and a firefighter Fairy tale characters, such as a princess and a brave knight Mythical creatures, such as a mermaid Vehicles, such as a car and an ice cream truck Fruits and vegetables Plants, such as trees and flowers Dinosaurs, such as a Tyrannosaurus rex and more Featuring more than 250 subjects, Painting School teaches young artists how to paint each one with clear, easy-to-follow steps. So grab a brush and let’s paint—school is in session!

Title Paranormal Hauntings Magazine Halloween Edition
Author
Publisher Paranormal Hauntings
Release
Category
Total Pages 48
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The spookiest Issue to date with every article featured being based on Halloween, with real life ghost pictures and ghost stories to send shivers down your spine - Features on witches, traditions, sleep paralysis and even ZOZO. It is certainly not a issue to be missed!

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