Dónde está Jamela?

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Intermón Oxfam Editorial, 2005 - Education - 32 pages
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Jamela's mom is excited about taking a new job and moving to a new place, but Jamela is worried that she'll miss her old house and all the things she loves about it. This colorful story, which takes place in a South African township, will comfort and encourage anyone who has had to learn to sleep in a new room.
 

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User Review  - StephanieVega - LibraryThing

A young girl doesn't like the idea of moving into a new house so she hides in one of the moving boxes. When she finally comes out, she feels better about having to move. Ages: 4-5 Source: Pierce College Read full review

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User Review  - cmbeck - LibraryThing

This book helps with a transition from an old to new house. It's about a little girl's moving-away feelings and will help reassure anyone who has had to learn to sleep in a new room. Ages 3 and up Pierce College library Read full review

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