Arte Publico launches children's imprint

Reid, Calvin
August 1994
Publishers Weekly;8/8/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 32, p36
Trade Publication
Reports on the launching of Arte Publico Press' imprint called Pinata Books focusing on children's and young adult literature by Hispanic American authors. Demand created by increased awareness of various cultures and a growing number of multicultural publishing projects; Nicolas Kanellos as series editor; Titles in the first series.


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