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El leon y el raton: Versión de la fábula de Esopo
El leon y el raton: Versión de la fábula de Esopo
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El leon y el raton: Versión de la fábula de Esopo

(Lion and the Mouse, The)
by Mark White
Illustrated by Sara Rojo Pérez

A mouse begs a lion for mercy and, after he is set free, promises that he will help the lion some day in return.

 
DeweyFIC
GenreFairy Tales & Fables
  
Reading LevelGrades K-3
Interest LevelGrades K-3
GRLK
Lexile Level390L
ATOS Level2.8
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #72165
  
  
ISBN978-1-4048-1623-7
Copyright2006
  
Page Dimensions5 3/4" x 8 1/4"
Page Count24
LanguagesSpanish
BindingReinforced Library Binding
Hardcover
List Price: $21.32 School/Library Price
$15.99
 


 
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Criticas - Maria Mena

"These beginning readers use a six-color code to classify the reading level of its 120 titles. The most basic level (purple) uses simple words and short sentences. Subsequent levels-red, blue, yellow, green, and orange-contain increasingly more complex grammatical structures, longer story lines, and a more sophisticated vocabulary. Acampar, an engaging red-level story, is expertly translated considering the need to maintain a controlled vocabulary. Pepe and his friends have gone camping and, like every summer, the boy is always out of step. When one pitches a tent, he trips over the lines; when one starts a fire, he trips over a log spilling water on it; and so on. Being the "odd man out" pays off in the end, as Pepe is the only one still awake when a bear drops by for a visit in the middle of the night. His screams scare away the intruder and save his friends. Like the rest of the books in the series, the cartoonlike illustrations are humorous and engaging. Other titles include versions of Aesop's fables, like The Country Mouse and The City Mouse and The Lion and The Mouse; stories with a surprising ending, like Eric Doesn't Play; and tales with math concepts, like Dan Gets Set. Recommended for school libraries." - Criticas

August 1, 2006

 
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