Los ninos y el mundo: Children's books in Spanish from around the world

Schon, Isabel
April 2001
Reading Teacher;Apr2001, Vol. 54 Issue 7, p692
Academic Journal
Provides an annotated list of Spanish books and ideas for their use in the classroom. `La Gran Barrera de Arrecifes: Un laboratorio viviente,' by Rebecca L. Johnson; `Diario de Zlata,' by Zlata Filipovic; `El regalo magico,' by Nicholasa Mohr.


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