Siesta

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Harper Collins, Mar 29, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
8 Reviews

A blue backpack. Una mochila azul.

Empty!

A brother and sister, un hermano y una hermana, and their little bear, un osito.

Sleepy!

But there are so many things to gather -- and so much to be done!

Come join the fun -- in English and Spanish -- and make an ordinary afternoon extraordinary.

 

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User Review  - mariekagreene - LibraryThing

This simple, yet bilingual, book does a wonderful job of incorporating a second language into a simple story without being distracting. The illustrations are simple but endearing. Read full review

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User Review  - adriennelaine - LibraryThing

This is a fiction book about a brother and sister who embark on a backyard excursion with a backpack full of seemingly random things. Eventually, the children take a "siesta" or nap beneath a makeshift tent for the afternoon. Read full review

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About the author (2005)

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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