Coco y Pío

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When two eggs crack one next to the other, a crocodile and a bird come out. “Hello, brother”, they greet. From that moment, Coco and Pio learn to do everything together: eat, fly, float as logs on the water, sing to the rising sun and take care of each other… Until one day the river current takes them to a lake full of crocodiles and a jungle full of birds…
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La jardinera

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Lydia Grace must go to live with Uncle Jim, a dour baker, in the city. In the letters she writes home, she tells how she plants in unexpected places the seeds that grandma sends her. When the spring arrives, Lydia’s flowers blossom and bring smiles to customer’s faces. But, for the smile she really hopes for, is Uncle Jim’s, her masterpiece is ready. Mas Detalles

Conejo y Sombrero

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A rabbit takes a walk and stumbles upon a big, black, elegant hat. He’s amazed by his luck and surprised with his discovery. But the surprise will be even bigger when he dares to stick his hand inside the top of the hat to find… You’ll see! A joyful story told in verse ideal to read out loud. Mas Detalles

El conde Olinos

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El Conde Olinos is one of the best known romances of the oral tradition. It has been told by many generations during centuries and it was brought to America by Spanish colonizers. The romance tells of a sweet and terrible love song which brings misfortune to Count Olinos and his princess on the colonial landscapes of the New World. Mas Detalles

¡A comer!

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A hungry worm eats everything it finds on its way. The main course is a ball and for dessert a delicious book. Funny illustrations suggest geometric shapes in the worm’s meal sprinkled with lots of humor and appetite. Mas Detalles

¿Dónde estoy?

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A ladybug wonders where she is and suddenly finds herself on the top of a green snake. “And now, where are we?”, they both ask. Over a yellow duck. And now? This funny and simple story by the artist Gabriela Rubio encourages the discovery of animals and colors, to finally dive in a hilarious ending. Mas Detalles

El elefante del circo

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The circus show starts and everybody wants to see the elephant. The heavy host and a bunch of frogs will make everyone sing the traditional song: “The circus elephant moves his big paws like this”. The humorous illustrations by Ana Palmero Cáceres capture, with winks and textures, this endearing melody. Mas Detalles

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