San Francisco, CA–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–March 25,2004–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, in a unique bilingual format.
“You can find heroes of every kind in this book, heroes with Hispanic names, who made it far beyond their early dreams,” says Daniel Gutíerrez, President and CEO of the Latino Empowerment Foundation, in the books foreword. “There are 1001 role models in this book: astronauts, artists, scientists, entertainers, athletes, and centuries of men and women whose work changed the world. We have been in the shadows for far too long,” notes Gutíerrez, “I recommend this fact-filled and entertaining book to all Latinos who are proud of their heritage, as well as non-Latinos.”
“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,” writes Professor Patricia Bentivegna of Saint Francis University, in a recent review. 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!
Heritage Hispanic-American Style was researched and written by Leon J. Radomile. A self-published author, Radomile’s first book, Heritage Italian-American Style has sold over 9,000 copies and is now in its second printing. The Spanish language translation was done by Diane Tolomeo, previously a career translator and foreign language instructor for the U.S. Federal Government in Washington D.C., specializing in statistics, economics, and agriculture.
The new bilingual Hispanic title can be viewed and ordered online for $19.95 + shipping at http://www.hispaniclatino.net. The book is also available on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. ISBN 0-9675329-2-2, Paper 6 x 9, Pages: 384 – Bilingual, Fully Indexed with 1650 entries, Hispanic Internet address directories included.
Leon J. Radomile, author/publisher
National Hispanic Spokesperson
Latino Empowerment Foundation & “Imagine” Conference
Daniel Gutíerrez, 213-688-0894