Estaba la pájara pinta

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This popular song is the starting point for a sweet game everyone can play. The fine pencil and watercolor drawings reveal a warm, joyful relationship between mother and child playing along with the song. Mas Detalles

¡Guau! ¡Guau!

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Based on a popular Italian rhyme, this playful story shows an unfortunate incident with baby’s food. It is a book full of color with fun illustrations by Irene Savino that will make little ones keep a better eye on their meals. Mas Detalles

La manzana se pasea

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This simple, sweet-toothed traditional rhyme takes us for a walk along with the apple, showing the many dangers of cutting it with a knife. What a relief that grandmas can cure everything with just kisses and a cake. The musical text engages the early reader with colorful illustrations of the hungry little chickens by Gerald Espinoza. Mas Detalles

Los pollitos dicen

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Mother Hen prepares her five little chickens to go to bed: she feeds them, bathes them, puts their pajamas on and, cuddled against each other, they will sleep until the next day. A classic children’s song with playful illustrations by Gerald Espinoza in a small presentation to tell and sing through music: “Little chicken say: Cheep, cheep, cheep…” Mas Detalles

Diablote

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A nervous devil, tired of the heat, curls up his tail, hops and… Ziuu! Off he goes to the desert, the jungle and faraway places, in a fun adventure where the readers will discover colors through sensations. Elena Val’s colorful illustrations recreate Diablote’s journey with a great sense of humor. Mas Detalles

El barco de Camila

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Lying awake one night, Camila pretends that her bed is a boat and that she is the captain sailing with all her stuffed animals on board. Her father comes to wish her good night, but Camila is too excited to fall asleep. So he tenderly lulls her to sleep with a story that captures the rhythm of boats and waves. Mas Detalles

El rojo es el mejor

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Isabella knows that she can jump higher when she has her red socks on and that only her red pajamas scare the monsters from her room at night. Her mother tries to convince her that the blue dress does not match her red socks and that the yellow pajamas are warmer than the red ones. But Isabella is sure of one thing: red is her favorite color. Mas Detalles

En el baño

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What if animals learned to use the toilet the way children do? With understated humor, the text and illustrations present some of the shortcomings of this unlikely event. In this amusing book by Canadian author-illustrator Andrea Wayne von Königslöw, the serious business of toilet training takes a whimsical turn. Mas Detalles

La nube amarilla

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Lucas, the pilot, is ready to set off on his mission. He has plenty of food, fuel and spare parts, but he has forgotten a very important thing: he didn’t go to the bathroom. He now has to find an empty cloud where to go. Urgently! Will he find one soon enough? Mas Detalles

Los ojos de mamá

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A boy is hounded by a crocodile and a lion that fiercely argue with him: What’s the most beautiful color of all? Is it green or orange? Without knowing the answer to escape, the boy decides to look for his wise grand-father, a painter who will reveal an undeniable truth: the most beautiful color is the color of mom’s eyes. Mas Detalles

Matías dibuja el sol

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Matías has decided to draw the Sun. It seems, however, that what for Matías is clearly his best drawing of this star, represents many other things for his friends. They all appreciate his work in a very different way, and that is why they see so many different things in his drawing. Mas Detalles

Matías retrata a Penélope

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It’s a rainy day, Matías and his friends go to the library. While they are looking at art books, Penélope asks Matías to draw a picture of her. How hard can it be? Many artists draw portraits, and all of Matías’ friends have ideas for him: Penélope should dress elegantly; she should live in a palace. But, finally, Matías draws Penélope his own way. Mas Detalles