Mateo We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Mateo.
Mateo - We cannot find any well-known or significantly popular songs featuring the name Mateo.
El libro sobre libros del conejo Mateo (Frances Watts) - Este libro es una maravillosa introduccion al fascinante mundo de... los libros, upor supuesto! Interesante y divertido, este libro tiene como protagonista a un apuesto e inteligente conejo, y esta lleno de sorpresas, con solapas para abrir y preguntas para compartir. Un bello libro creado para que los mas chicos se diviertan a la vez que descubren el apasionante mundo de los libros. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Jornadas de Mateo: Cuentos para Ninos de Todas las Edades (Alejandro Lorenzo) - It's difficult to figure out where this little oddity fits. Billed as "Tales for Children of All Ages," the slightly cynical, completely Zenlike take on human nature seems aimed at the older end of that spectrum. Mateo appears in four different incarnations, variously as the object of discrimination, the recipient of undeserved acclaim, a wise man ignored, and a compassionate teacher. If the stories are a little heavy-handed in their messages (people hate what is different, have a hard time accepting their lot in life, prefer dreams to reality, and may react with violence if disappointed), the lovely language, both in the Spanish original and in the beautifully rendered English translation, does much to compensate Recommended for ages 9-12.
Los Colores De Mateo (Marisa Lopez Soria) - No information on this book is currently available. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Mateo y la grua de medianoche (Allen Morgan) - No information on this book is currently available. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Mateo y los pavos de medianoche (Allen Morgan) - During a nighttime adventure Mateo is besieged by silly turkeys and constructs a turkey trap to capture them--or was it just a dream? Recommended for ages 4-8.
Raton Mateo Y Su Hermana Maggie (Lorenzo Liberto) - Spanish edition. Matt the Rat and his sister Maggie discover their grandfather’s old wooden chest, and they unleash all of its magic when they find out that the chest allows them to be anything they can imagine: a firefighter, a marine biologist, a soccer player, a news reporter, and more. This book is part of La Serie de Ratón Mateo that also includes the books Raton Mateo Se Defiende and Cuando Yo Crezca. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Mateo - Mateo Alemán (16th century Spanish novelist); Mateo Arias (teen actor)
Famous People Who Named Their Son Mateo - Benjamin Bratt (actor); Colin Firth (actor); Talisa Soto (model); Tom Colicchio (celebrity chef)
Mateo - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Mateo.