La Princesa and the Pea by Susan Middleton Elya, illustrated by Juana Martinez-Neal (New York, NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2017)
With award winning art inspired by Peruvian culture, this bi-lingual retelling of the classic story with Spanish flair is sure to captive its readers. As the story goes, El príncipe knows this is the girl for him, but his mother disagrees.
About Susan Middleton Elya
As she state her “website will teach you a little bit about the Spanish language, a little bit about me, Susan Middleton Elya, and a lot about my books, reviews, and illustrators. And you can also find some tips that may help you become a successful author.” http://www.susanelya.com/
About Juana Martinez-Neal
Winner of the Pura Belpré Medal for Illustration.
This illustrator creates textures and depth by painting with acrylics, colored pencils and graphite on handmade textured paper. This year (2018) her first author illustrator debut Alma and How She Got Her Name will debut. Born in Peru, she now resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with her family. Learn more about her and her work: http://juanamartinezneal.com/
Book activities from the illustrator: http://juanamartinezneal.com/books/laprincesaandthepea/
MaiStoryBook Library: La Princesa and the Pea + Princess and the Pea *Marble Run* Craft: http://maistorybook.com/2018/01/26/maistorybook-library-la-princesa-and-the-pea-princess-and-the-pea-marble-run-craft/
P is for Princess and the Pea: http://preschoolalphabet.blogspot.com/2014/01/p-is-for-princess-and-pea.html?m=1 Note: Where is the Pea can be made into a felt game/story.
Princess and the Pea Retellings: https://www.goodreads.com/list/show/45893.The_Princess_and_the_Pea_Retellings