Bugs for Lunch / Insectos Para El Almuerzo
Spanish language edition. Discover the variety of bug-eaters—animal, plant, even human—in this exploration of both poetry and the natural world. Facklam’s playful rhymes mixed with Long’s vivid illustrations introduce young readers to an array of creatures as they munch on lunch. From a mantis perched and ready to prey on ladybugs, a spider trapping a fly, to the honey-drenched fur of a big brown bear chewing on a hive full of bees, Bugs for Lunch will give curious readers plenty of food for thought delivered in a playful package.
Celebrations - Holidays of the United States of Am
The United States and Mexico share many similar holidays. These special days reflect common values, mutual respect for family and history, and rich cultural heritages. Through folk art, Nancy Tabor shows the similarities and differences of each holiday.
Chato and the Party Animals
Chato-the coolest cat in the barrio-loves to party. So when he learns that Novio Boy has never had a birthday party, Chato decides to throw him a surprise pachanga. He gets right to work-inviting everyone in the neighborhood, cooking up a feast, arranging for music and a pinata, and even ordering a special cake. Chato’s sure that he’s thought of everything. But when it comes time for the party, he realizes that he forgot the most important thing of all-Novio Boy! With a lively text featuring Spanish words throughout, and bright, bold artwork, this sequel to Chato’s Kitchen is truly a cause for celebration
Cincuenta En La Cebra
Are you ready to embark on a wild counting caper? Imagine… eleven oysters at the opera, eighteen dalmatians dressed in diamonds, and twelve ladybugs shopping in the market! Meet an unforgettable host of zany creatures in this delightful bilingual counting book.
Readers will encounter concepts such as color, time, size, shapes, and more as they answer questions relating to colorful cut-paper illustrations. Nancy María Grande Tabor’s concise and direct questions encourage thinking while her charming characters entertain. In both Spanish and English, this unique counting book challenges children to learn new vocabulary while reviewing counting and fundamental concepts.
The Spanish language translation of the picture book classic Corduroy!
Corduroy es un osito que en un tiempo vivió en la juguetería de una tienda grande. Día tras día esperaba junto a los otros animales y muñecas que alguien viniera y se lo llevara a casa.
One of School Library Journal’s “Top 100 Picture Books” of all time (2012)
One of the National Education Association’s ”Teachers’ Top 100 Books for Children.”
Crabby: !Hola, Cangrejito!
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¡La versión en español de Hello, Crabby!
Cangrejito no está contento: el sol le ciega los ojos, y tiene sal en los dientes y arena en el caparazón. Plancton intenta alegrarlo una y otra vez. ¿Conseguirá hacer reír a Cangrejito?
This series is part of Scholastic’s early reader line, Acorn, aimed at children who are learning to read. With easy-to-read text, a short-story format, plenty of humor, and full-color artwork on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and fluency. Acorn books plant a love of reading and help readers grow!
Crabby is NOT happy. Sun is in Crabby’s eyes. Salt is in Crabby’s teeth. Sand is in Crabby’s shell. Plankton tries again and again to cheer Crabby up — with laugh-out-loud results! Will Crabby ever crack a smile? Or will Crabby always be crabby? With comic speech bubbles and full-color artwork throughout, Geisel Award Honoree Jonathan Fenske’s early reader series is sure to be a hit with new readers!