La pulga y el piojo

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In this popular song, two tiny animals –the flea and the louse– plan their wedding, and one by one, the couple’s friends offer to help out with the preparations. However, no one imagined that the best man, a timid mouse, would prove to be such a tempting companion for the bridesmaid, a hungry cat. Mas Detalles

Mi burro enfermo

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This is a song about the aches and pains of a donkey with a very awkward doctor, whose recipes can vary from drinking an anise tea to wearing a black hat for a headache. Gerald Espinoza’s colorful and humorous illustrations are a wonderful compliment for this well known Latin-American song. Mas Detalles

Mambrú se fue a la guerra

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Known for generations throughout the Spanish-speaking countries, this ballad tells the story of Lord Marlborough (known as Mambrú in the Spanish tradition) who must set off to battle on the night of his wedding. It’s beautifully illustrated with linoleum prints by Gloria Calderón. Mas Detalles

Riqui riqui, riqui ran: canciones para jugar y bailar

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This title compiles 32 popular Venezuelan and Hispanic melodies. It includes beautifully illustrated pages with lyrics and chorus of each song, along with a CD that has a selection of songs interpreted by renowned Venezuelan folk group Ensamble Gurrufío. Mas Detalles

Yo tenía diez perritos

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At the turn of each page, one of the ten little dogs disappears. Each one follows its own destiny: one gets sick with cough, another runs off with the circus, one dies acting in the theater, another gets lost in the snow and there’s even an adventurous little dog that goes away to hike in the mountains. Mas Detalles

El libro de oro de las historias de la vida de Jesús

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In this beautiful book, award winning author Celia Barker Lottridge provides a powerful retelling of the events in Jesus’ life and the stories he told. This book is complemented by stunning illustrations that show a deep familiarity with the Bible and the rich artistic iconography that has developed over the past two millennia. Mas Detalles

El libro de oro de las fábulas

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Twenty fables gathered in this little book with a short comment on Aesop and the origins of the fable that has been spread all over the world forming part of the cultural tradition of many countries. This anthology includes most of the renowned and popular fables, like The tortoise and the hare Mas Detalles

El libro de oro de los cuentos de hadas

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This illustrated edition includes twelve fairy tales from the European tradition. Along with some favorites such as Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, The Little Red Riding Hood, and Snow White, are other extraordinary but less popular stories including Bearskin. The book includes research notes and fun facts about these memorable tales. Mas Detalles

El libro de oro de los niños

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An anthology of classic children’s tales told for many generations, such as The Three Little Pigs are gathered in the pages of this attractive little book. Some favorites from the Spanish tradition are also included, along with a selection of humorous verses. This edition is illustrated with naïf-style artwork and includes historical notes and a bibliography. Mas Detalles

Bernardo y Canelo

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Bernardo and Canelo attend the fabulous performance at the Great Tibora Circus and become so impressed that decide to practice their own juggling and circus tricks… but, where did Canelo go? With a dose of humor, author-illustrator Fernando Krahn portrays an unconditional friendship between a boy and his dog. Mas Detalles

El contador de cuentos

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Three naughty children and their aunt share seats on a train with a young man. Tired of his fellow travelers, he tells them the story of Berta, a terribly good girl. Mas Detalles

El Pequeño Rey, director de orquesta

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The Little King desperately tries to sleep. He will set then a night orchestra with crickets and cicadas directed by himself. The music of each insect begins with no tuning or harmony, but with lots of humor. When finally the Little King gets sleepy, how will he stop the orchestra from singing? It is a musical tale with a glimpse of peculiarity. Mas Detalles