Yanitzia Canetti (born 1967 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban author, translator, and editor. Her published works include three novels (Al otro lado, La vida es color de Rosa, and "Adiós, best-seller"), a collection of narrative short stories (La muerte nuestra de cada vida), and over 500 children's books. She has also translated many well-known children's stories into Spanish, including The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas, Curious George Rides a Bike, and a number of books by Dr. Seuss. Canetti has earned a Bachelor's degree in Journalism, a Master's in Linguistics, and a Ph.D. in Literature. She currently resides with her husband and two sons in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

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  • Yanitzia Canetti (born 1967 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban author, translator, and editor. Her published works include three novels (Al otro lado, La vida es color de Rosa, and "Adiós, best-seller"), a collection of narrative short stories (La muerte nuestra de cada vida), and over 500 children's books. She has also translated many well-known children's stories into Spanish, including The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas, Curious George Rides a Bike, and a number of books by Dr. Seuss. Canetti has earned a Bachelor's degree in Journalism, a Master's in Linguistics, and a Ph.D. in Literature. She currently resides with her husband and two sons in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. (en)
  • Yanitzia Canetti (born 1967 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban author, translator, and editor. As an author, Canetti has published over 500 books in various genres, including novels (Al otro lado, La vida es color de Rosa, and "Adiós, best-seller"), poetry (Eva recién nacida, Entre la espada y la pared, and Augurios, señales y otras profecías), short stories (La muerte nuestra de cada vida), essays, theatre, and children's books published by Seix Barral, Everest, Edebé, Houghton Mifflin, Scholastic, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Benchmark, among other publishing houses. Her books has been translated into English, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Chinese, and other languages. She has also translated many well-known children's stories into Spanish, including The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas, Curious George Rides a Bike, and a number of books by Dr. Seuss. Canetti has earned a Bachelor's degree in Journalism, a Master's in Linguistics, and a Ph.D. in Literature. Canetti has received several awards for her work, including the National Literature Award (Ministry of Education, Cuba) 1984, 1985, 1986; the White Rose Literature Award (Best Literature of the Year, Cuba) 1994; and Honorable Mention (National Association of Hispanic Publications, California) 1997. People Magazine (Spanish edition) selected her as a one of the “25 Most Powerful Hispanic Women of the World”, with Sofia Vergara, Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek, and influential Hispanic women. She currently resides with her two sons in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. (en)
  • Yanitzia Canetti (born 1967 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban author, translator, and editor. As an author, Canetti has published over 500 books in various genres, including novels (Al otro lado, La vida es color de Rosa), poetry (Eva recién nacida, Entre la espada y la pared, Augurios, señales y otras profecías), short stories (La muerte nuestra de cada vida), essays, theatre, and children's books published by Seix Barral, Everest, Edebé, Houghton Mifflin, Scholastic, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Benchmark, among other publishing houses. Her books have been translated into English, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Chinese, and other languages. She has also translated many well-known children's stories into Spanish, including The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas, Curious George Rides a Bike, and a number of books by Dr. Seuss. Canetti has earned a Bachelor's degree in Journalism, a Master's in Linguistics, and a Ph.D. in Literature. Canetti has received several awards for her work, including the National Literature Award (Ministry of Education, Cuba) 1984, 1985, 1986; the White Rose Literature Award (Best Literature of the Year, Cuba) 1994; and Honorable Mention (National Association of Hispanic Publications, California) 1997. People Magazine (Spanish edition) selected her as one of the “25 Most Powerful Hispanic Women of the World”, with Sofia Vergara, Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek, and influential Hispanic women. She currently resides with her two sons in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. (en)
  • Yanitzia Canetti (born 1967 in Havana City, Cuba) is a Cuban-American author, translator, and editor who lives in Boston, Massachusetts. As an author, Canetti has published over 500 books in various genres, including novels (Al otro lado, La vida es color de Rosa), poetry (Eva recién nacida, Entre la espada y la pared, Augurios, señales y otras profecías), short stories (La muerte nuestra de cada vida), essays, theatre, and children's books published by Seix Barral, Everest, Edebé, Houghton Mifflin, Scholastic, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Benchmark, among other publishing houses. Her books have been translated into English, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Chinese, and other languages. She has also translated many well-known children's stories into Spanish, including The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas, Curious George Rides a Bike, and a number of books by Dr. Seuss. Canetti has earned a Bachelor's degree in Journalism, a Master's in Linguistics, and a Ph.D. in Literature. Canetti has received several awards for her work, including the National Literature Award (Ministry of Education, Cuba) 1984, 1985, 1986; the White Rose Literature Award (Best Literature of the Year, Cuba) 1994; and Honorable Mention (National Association of Hispanic Publications, California) 1997. People Magazine (Spanish edition) selected her as one of the “25 Most Powerful Hispanic Women of the World”, with Sofia Vergara, Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek, and influential Hispanic women. She currently resides with her two sons in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. (en)
  • Yanitzia Canetti (born 1967 in Havana City, Cuba) is a Cuban-American author, translator, editor, and professor who lives in Boston, Massachusetts. As an author, Canetti has published over 500 books in various genres, including novels (Al otro lado, La vida es color de Rosa), poetry (Eva recién nacida, Entre la espada y la pared, Augurios, señales y otras profecías), short stories (La muerte nuestra de cada vida), essays, theatre, and children's books published by Seix Barral, Everest, Edebé, Houghton Mifflin, Scholastic, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Benchmark, among other publishing houses. Her books have been translated into English, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Chinese, and other languages. She has also translated many well-known children's stories into Spanish, including The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas, Curious George Rides a Bike, and a number of books by Dr. Seuss. Canetti has earned a Bachelor's degree in Journalism, a Master's in Linguistics, and a Ph.D. in Literature. Canetti has received several awards for her work, including the National Literature Award (Ministry of Education, Cuba) 1984, 1985, 1986; the White Rose Literature Award (Best Literature of the Year, Cuba) 1994; and Honorable Mention (National Association of Hispanic Publications, California) 1997. People Magazine (Spanish edition) selected her as one of the “25 Most Powerful Hispanic Women of the World”, with Sofia Vergara, Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek, and influential Hispanic women. She currently resides with her two sons in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. (en)
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  • Yanitzia Canetti (born 1967 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban author, translator, and editor. As an author, Canetti has published over 500 books in various genres, including novels (Al otro lado, La vida es color de Rosa, and "Adiós, best-seller"), poetry (Eva recién nacida, Entre la espada y la pared, and Augurios, señales y otras profecías), short stories (La muerte nuestra de cada vida), essays, theatre, and children's books published by Seix Barral, Everest, Edebé, Houghton Mifflin, Scholastic, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Benchmark, among other publishing houses. Her books has been translated into English, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Chinese, and other languages. She has also translated many well-known children's stories into Spanish, including The Berenstain Bears Save Chr (en)
  • Yanitzia Canetti (born 1967 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban author, translator, and editor. As an author, Canetti has published over 500 books in various genres, including novels (Al otro lado, La vida es color de Rosa), poetry (Eva recién nacida, Entre la espada y la pared, Augurios, señales y otras profecías), short stories (La muerte nuestra de cada vida), essays, theatre, and children's books published by Seix Barral, Everest, Edebé, Houghton Mifflin, Scholastic, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Benchmark, among other publishing houses. Her books have been translated into English, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Chinese, and other languages. She has also translated many well-known children's stories into Spanish, including The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas, Curious George Rides (en)
  • Yanitzia Canetti (born 1967 in Havana City, Cuba) is a Cuban-American author, translator, and editor who lives in Boston, Massachusetts. As an author, Canetti has published over 500 books in various genres, including novels (Al otro lado, La vida es color de Rosa), poetry (Eva recién nacida, Entre la espada y la pared, Augurios, señales y otras profecías), short stories (La muerte nuestra de cada vida), essays, theatre, and children's books published by Seix Barral, Everest, Edebé, Houghton Mifflin, Scholastic, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Benchmark, among other publishing houses. Her books have been translated into English, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Chinese, and other languages. She has also translated many well-known children's stories into Spanish, including The Beren (en)
  • Yanitzia Canetti (born 1967 in Havana City, Cuba) is a Cuban-American author, translator, editor, and professor who lives in Boston, Massachusetts. As an author, Canetti has published over 500 books in various genres, including novels (Al otro lado, La vida es color de Rosa), poetry (Eva recién nacida, Entre la espada y la pared, Augurios, señales y otras profecías), short stories (La muerte nuestra de cada vida), essays, theatre, and children's books published by Seix Barral, Everest, Edebé, Houghton Mifflin, Scholastic, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Benchmark, among other publishing houses. Her books have been translated into English, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Chinese, and other languages. She has also translated many well-known children's stories into Spanish, includin (en)
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