My Grandma/Mi Abuelita

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HarperCollins, Mar 27, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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Follow an imaginative boy and his family as they take a faraway trip above the clouds and across the sea to visit his beloved grandma. Ginger Foglesong Guy's lyrical words draw readers gently along the journey, with each moment of adventure and tenderness—familiar to most young readers—captured by Viví Escrivá's sensitive watercolors. Simple words in both English and Spanish provide valuable bilingual vocabulary lessons on every page.

Sigue a un niño lleno de imaginación mientras atraviesa el cielo y el mar con su familia para visitar a su amada abuelita. Las palabras líricas de Ginger Foglesong Guy dulcemente dirigen el viaje del lector, y las sensibles acuarelas de Viví Escrivá capturan cada momento de aventura y ternura. Palabras sencillas en inglés y español en cada página proporcionan varias oportunidades para lecciones de vocabulario en ambos idiomas.

  

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User Review  - Fran01 - LibraryThing

3yrs.-6yrs. This book is about a boy and his family as they going on a trip above the clouds and across the sea to visit his beloved grandma, with each moment of adventure and tenderness. Simple words in both English and Spanish provide valuable bilingual vocabulary easy for children to understand. Read full review

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User Review  - Michelle - Goodreads

A very simple bilingual story with beautiful illustrations. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Ginger Foglesong Guy lives in Seattle, Washington. She grew up in Mexico, Arizona, Switzerland, and Costa Rica. She is also the author of the bilingual books ¡Fiesta! and Siesta.

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Ginger Foglesong Guy es la autora de numerosos libros bilingÜes, entre ellos, los favoritos ¡Fiesta! and ¡Siesta!, asÍ como el compaÑero de este libro, My School/Mi Escuela, tambiÉn ilustrado por VivÍ EscrivÁ. Ginger creciÓ en MÉxico, Arizona, Suiza, y Costa Rica. Ahora vive en el estado de Washington.

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