Quinito, Day and Night / Quinito, día y noche
By Ina Cumpiano
Illustrated by José Ramírez
From the author and illustrator of Quinito's Neighborhood comes this delightful story full of opposites.
From first thing in the morning until he goes to sleep at night, Quinito is up and running-fast or slow, depending on the day. If it's sunny, he's off to the park to swing high and low. If it's rainy, Quinito stays home, where he can be quiet at nap-time and loud at playtime. There's so much to do before the sun sets.
Ina Cumpiano teams up with José Ramírez once more to show young readers that everywhere they look, opposites abound. Quinito, Day and Night is a delight for all kinds of readers: young or old, tall or short, messy or neat.
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About the Creators
is a Puerto Rican writer and editor. Morning and night, she edits books, plays with her eleven grandkids (big and small), writes poems (good and bad), and travels (near and far). She lives in San Francisco, California.
is an artist, author, elementary school teacher, and illustrator of six children's books and counting. He lives in Los Angeles, California with his three daughters: Tonantzin, Luna, and Sol.