Have you ever tried it, or do you always eat arepas at home?
Do you know who invented them, how they are prepared, and why they are called that way?
Would you like to prepare some colored arepas?
Introduce your kids to the richness of Hispanic heritage. This book offers you a brief history of this food through a rhythmic poem and beautiful illustrations. Arepas are part of the culture of many Latin American countries, especially Venezuela. Nowadays arepas can be eaten in any country around the world. This book delves into the history of the Venezuelan arepa, a symbol of identity and union, a home reference that accompanies you wherever you go. Making arepas for a Venezuelan is to connect with that Venezuela that he carries in his heart.
Also available in Spanish.
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