Una noche más para la Pascua (One Good Night 'til Easter)


By Frank J. Berrios

Illustrated by Ramon Olivera

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$11.99 CAD



  1. Trade Paperback (Spanish) $7.99 $11.99 CAD
  2. Board book $7.99 $11.99 CAD

This item is a preorder. Your payment method will be charged immediately, and the product is expected to ship on or around January 3, 2023. This date is subject to change due to shipping delays beyond our control.

Sumérgete en lo divertido de la Pascua con diversas familias en este brillante y alegre libro. Edición en inglés, One Good Night ’til Easter, también disponible.

¡El gran día está casi aquí! Solo queda “una noche más” para la Pascua. Mientras los niños se van a dormir, ansían toda la diversión que conlleva celebrar su día festivo favorito con sus seres amados. ¡Saben que el día siguiente conlleva búsquedas de huevos, vestirse con la mejor ropa de Pascua e ir a la iglesia! Vive las tradiciones familiares con esta cartilla festiva encantadora.

Spring into the fun of Easter with a variety of families in this bright, joyful book. English board book edition One Good Night ’til Easter, also available for purchase.

The big day is almost here! It’s only “one more good night” until Easter. As children go to sleep, they can’t wait for all the fun that comes with celebrating their favorite holiday with their loved ones. They know the next day will be filled with egg hunts, the best Easter clothes, and outings to church! Experience familial traditions in this sweet holiday primer.


On Sale
Jan 3, 2023
Page Count
24 pages
LB Kids

Frank J. Berrios

About the Author

Frank Berrios is a writer born in New York City. He has written many books for children, including the following Little Golden Books: Black PantherFalconMiles Morales: Spider-Man, as well as A Little Golden Book about Jackie RobinsonFootball with Dad, and Soccer with Mom. Learn more about his work at FrankBerriosBooks.com.

Eduardo Marticorena is an illustrator from El Salvador. He started illustrating in college, while earning a Graphic Design degree, by way of some freelance advertising and editorial illustration. Later, he pursued his dream to become a professional illustrator by learning new techniques like digital illustration. After college, he worked as a video game background artist, animation layout artist for the movie Koati, and then as an illustrator for children books with the Ministry of Education of El Salvador. He enjoys illustrating stories but also teaching art to kids and others, so he also works as a part-time art teacher. Eduardo invites you to follow him on social media at https://www.facebook.com/edmarticorena.illustrator or https://www.instagram.com/edmarticorena_illustration/ or at his website https://linktr.ee/edmarticorena.

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