SAN FRANCISCO — Colors of the Sun and Moon, the second bilingual picture book from the new multicultural, multilingual children’s press, SundanceKid Press is an English/Spanish STEM book which depicts a conversation between an inquisitive young girl and her grandmother. The bright illustrations engage children and illuminate the science of the horizon with vibrant colors.
Colors of the Sun and Moon, by author Talia Aikens-Nuñez and illustrated by Amy Caringella, has a forward by Spencer Christian, Weather Anchor for ABC 7/KGO-TV, San Francisco. Colors is written in both English and Spanish, includes a companion audio recording to assist readers with pronunciation, and is available for purchase at a discount from the SundanceKid Press website. Colors of the Sun and Moon is a beautifully illustrated, multigenerational, realistic children’s picture-book which clearly and simply explains a complex subject: atmospheric science.
Author Info/Dedication/Acknowledgement/Illustrator Info
Colors of the Sun and Moon is dedicated to Talia Aikens-Nuñez’s little guy, her “sun.” Talia Aikens-Nuñez wanted to be a meteorologist, a politician and a lawyer. She started writing after the birth of her daughter. Raising her bilingual children inspired Talia to write multicultural children’s books. Talia’s family loves nature so much that she and her husband vowed to always live near the water. They live on a river in Connecticut. Additional information about Mrs. Aikens-Nuñez can be found on her author website: http://talia-aikens-nunez.vpweb.com/. Illustrator Amy Caringella grew up in the San Gabriel Valley drawing for as long as she can remember. She graduated with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.
Colors of the Sun and Moon is the second book from the new multicultural, multilingual children’s press, SundanceKid Press. – PRNewswire.