Heritage Hispanic-American Style By Leon J. Radomile 

Translation Diane Tolomeo Foreword Daniel Gutíerrez 

This compact book is a treasure trove of information on every aspect of the culture and history of Spain and Hispanic America and serves as a valuable resource for both the academic and the non-academic person. The format of question and answer gives readers an opportunity to review their own knowledge before looking up the answers. An added feature is the bilingual format enabling them to brush up on both English and Spanish. Highly recommended! Professor Patricia Bentivegna, Ph.D Saint Francis University 

Heritage Hispanic-American Style is a rich, entertaining cultural compendium of facts that surveys the vast Hispanic culture, from its birthplace in Spain to the lands of the new world where its language, religion, and customs greatly influence two continents. Patrimonio hispanoamericano es un rico y divertido compendio de datos culturales sobre la inmensa cultura hispánica, desde su lugar de nacimiento en España hasta las tierras del Nuevo Mundo, en donde su idioma, su religión, y sus costumbres tienen gran influencia en dos continentes. Though in many parts of the United States, fluent Spanish has become an advantage and even a necessity on one’s resume, much of the Hispanic culture has been overlooked. Heritage Hispanic-American Style, in its easy-to-read bilingual format, sheds light on this multi-faceted culture and its many contributions to western civilization. Aunque en muchas partes de los Estados Unidos el dominio del español ha empezado a ser considerado como una ventaja y aun como una necesidad en un currículum vitae, la cultura hispánica ha sido ignorada en gran parte. Patrimonio hispanoamericano, con su formato bilingüe, se lee con agrado e informa sobre esta cultura polifacética con sus numerosas aportaciones a la civilización occidental. An estimated 400 million people officially speak Spanish in twenty countries, from Spain to the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America. Thirty-seven million Hispanic Americans constitute the largest minority group in the United States. Aproximadamente 400 millones de personas hablan español oficialmente en veinte países, desde España hasta el Caribe, México, y la América Central y del Sur. Treinta y siete millones de hispanoamericanos constituyen el mayor grupo minoritario de los Estados Unidos. Each of the 1001 fact-filled questions is an invitation for further research, and provides an enjoyable opportunity to enrich the reader’s Spanish language skills. Topics are fully indexed, with more than 1,650 entries. Cada una de las 1001 preguntas detalladas invita al lector a estudiar más y le ofrece además una oportunidad agradable de aumentar sus habilidades linguïsticas con respecto al 

dominio del idioma español. Todos los temas se incluyen en el índice, y hay más de 1.650 entradas. 

Heritage Hispanic-American Style

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    2004 Latino Book Award Winner – Best History Category Sponsored by Latino Literacy Now – Chicago Book Expo 2004 BAIPA Award Winner – Best Cultural Guide Patrimonio 

    Hispanoamericano 

    EXPAND YOUR HISPANIC CULTURAL IQ BY READING ONE OF THE MOST ENTERTAINING AND INFORMATIVE BOOKS IN EXISTENCE ON SPANISH/HISPANIC CONTRIBUTIONS TO WESTERN CULTURE 

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    PageISBN 0-9675329-2-2 Paper 6 x 9

    s: 378 Fully Indexed with 1650 entries Bilingual

    Spanish/Hispanic Cultural Compendium 

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