Bella the Caterpillar

Imagine a 7 year old author

From the imagination of 7 year old Marisol Paramo, the creative talents of Lead Illustrator Acey May, contributing illustrations by Ms. Paramo and Music from recording artist ChristianO’s Concepto Tambor, comes a bilingual, multimedia children’s story: Bella the Caterpillar. Narrated in English and Spanish by recording artist  Raquel Z. Rivera, this is a wonderful coming of age tale utilizing the vocal talents of 5 child actors. This book will be available in print and digital formats, get your pre-sale order in today and save!

Author, Kellogg Foundation Fellow and Albuquerque’s Inaugural Poet Laureate Hakim Bellamy states, ‘In the very first sentence of her story is a caterpillar named “Bella.” Immediately, we drawn to Paramo’s freshness of perspective. Challenging the existing notion that caterpillars are not beautiful until they become butterflies. From the very beginning, Paramo acknowledges the inherent value of a 16-legged protagonist … while foreshadowing Bella’s eventual metamorphosis. As a dad, I’ve read my fair share of children’s books and I can say with some certainty that there are a significant number of adult children’s book authors who don’t execute the foreshadow with as much skill.”

Set in a tropical backyard, the soundtrack, composed by Christian Orellana, contains tropical rhythms. Mr. Orellana featured the talents of Harpist Dave Hoover, Bassist Gilbert “Ad Lib” Uribe, vocalist Carrie-Ann Maes and Audio Engineer/Musician/Actor Nick “Furious” Myers of FuriouStylz Entertainment.

Foreword

“Author Marisol Paramo was 7 years-old when she penned Bella to life. Paramo creates a world within her story where questions are welcome, beauty is abundant and transformation (spoiler alert) is encouraged. In the very first sentence of her story we meet a caterpillar named “Bella.” Immediately, we are drawn to Paramo’s freshness of perspective. Challenging the existing notion that caterpillars are not beautiful until they become butterflies. From the very beginning, Paramo acknowledges the inherent value of her 16-legged protagonist … while foreshadowing Bella’s eventual metamorphosis.
Come follow Bella as she meets her insect friends and poses the age-old question, “what will I be when I grow up!” This book will be available in print and digital formats, get your pre-sale order in today and save! Scheduled release date is April 8, 2017 at the FUSION Forum, Cell Theatre Campus at Noon. Music by Keith Sanchez, Christian Orellana, Rev the Music and Marisol Paramo. Poetry by Albuquerque Poet Laureate Manuel Gonzalez and Sarita Sol! Face painting, balloon magic and more! : https://www.facebook.com/events/1861814407365397/


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