K'awī wā /is/akstu /ist'ajun = el ratoncito huerfanito.

Format
Book
Language
Spanish
Published/​Created
Mexico, D.F. : Instituto Lingüístico de Verano, 1952.
Description
[1], 11 leaves : ill. ; 24 cm.

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  • Pagination on recto only ; text printed on both sides.
  • "Idioma Tepehua de Huehuetla, Hidalgo".
  • Translated title: The little orphaned mouse.
  • Princeton copy 1: Wraps lightly soiled. Paper browned, spine sunned.
  • Princeton copy 2: Originally grouped with 30 other Mexican textbooks in minority languages. The materials were developed in connection with a program for universal literacy, especially among speakers of Indian languages and dialects. One of the volumes is an instructional guide for teachers addressing problems of teaching the analphabetic and monolingual. The languages addressed are Mejicano (dialect of Veracruz), Amuzgo, Mazateco (2), Chol (5), Otomi, Pabloe, Chontal, Popoloca (6), Mazahua, Huichol (2), Cora, Tepehua, Zapoteco, Tzeltal (2), Tojolabal (4), Yaqui, Chichimeca, and Purepecha.
Binding note
Red illus wraps, stapled binding.
Other title(s)
Ratoncito huerfanito
OCLC
179197057
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