CLICK TO PURCHASE:
Amazon ┃ Barnes & Noble ┃ IndieBound
┃ Book Depository |
Nacho’s Nachos is a non-fiction book about the creation of nachos. Sandra Nickel, along with Oliver Dominguez’s illustrations, have created a fantastic way of teaching us all the history of this tasty treat. This book comes just in time since nachos are celebrating their 80th anniversary this year!
Ignacio Anaya’s on-the-fly creation of what became known as “nachos” portrayed in a storytelling picture book is probably the best way to teach, not only children but adults as well, the importance of hard work and imagination. In such a slim volume, Nickel was about to portray the history and importance of culture and its food. The illustrations by Dominguez gave shape to the story - gorgeous throw-back illustrations that reminded me of old Mexican comics and advertisements. It was truly a nostalgic read even though I had never read anything about nachos before! How can one not enjoy a book that gives you that warm feeling of familiarity? Of home?
I appreciate Nacho’s Nachos for the rich story that it is and the book itself is a work of art. This isn’t a book that’s meant to show only its spine - it’s meant to be SEEN - so act accordingly, reader. Pick this book up for yourself and your fellow book people - it’s a story meant to be seen and read.
Website ║ Blog ║ Facebook ║ Instagram ║ Twitter ║ Amazon ║ Goodreads
FOR DIRECT LINKS TO EACH POST ON THIS TOUR, UPDATED DAILY,
or visit the blogs directly:
All the Ups and Downs
Hall Ways Blog
Texas Book Lover
The Page Unbound
Rainy Days with Amanda
Reading by Moonlight
The Clueless Gent
The Adventures of a Travelers Wife
Chapter Break Book Blog
That's What She's Reading
blog tour services provided by