The Upside Down Boy/El Nino de Cabeza by Deborah J (Center for Applied Linguistics Washington D C) Short, Josefina Villamil, PhD (both of The University of Te Tinajero
  

The Upside Down Boy/El Nino de Cabeza

Written by Deborah J (Center for Applied Linguistics Washington D C) Short, Josefina Villamil, PhD (both of The University of Te Tinajero
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The Upside Down Boy/El Nino de Cabeza by Deborah J (Center for Applied Linguistics Washington D C) Short, Josefina Villamil, PhD (both of The University of Te Tinajero

Fresh from the country, Juanito is bewildered by his new school. Everything he does feels upside down: he eats lunch when it's recess and goes to play when it's time for lunch, and his tongue feels like a rock when he tries to speak English. But a sensitive teacher and his family help him find his voice through poetry, art and music.

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Hardback

Author

Deborah J (Center for Applied Linguistics Washington D C) Short, Josefina Villamil, PhD (both of The University of Te Tinajero
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Publisher

Children's Book Press,U.S.

Publication date

18th January 2000

ISBN

9780892391622


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