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If animals went to school, what would they do? Fox would head to the story nook, Lemur would climb the jungle gym at recess, and Ms. Cheetah would teach them shapes and letters. Beaver wouldn't want to go at first . . . but then he wouldn't want to leave! In this next installment in Ann Whitford Paul and David Walker's successful series, following If Animals Kissed Good Night and If Animals Said I Love You, little readers can imagine how animals would spend a day in the classroom.
If animals said 'Merry Christmas', how would they say it? Beaver would gnaw down trees with his teeth, Koala would decorate with Mama and Papa, and of course Polar Bear Santa would fly through the night! Following the success of If Animals Kissed Good Night this new instalment is a celebration of the Christmas season, complete with the series' signature adorable animals.
If animals said I love you, how would they say it? Gorilla would pound her chest, whale would sing, and cheetah would purr. In this board book edition of If Animals Said I Love You, Ann Whitford Paul and David Walker imagine all the ways the members of the animal kingdom might express love. A perfect bedtime story for the youngest audience.
In this third book about the four friends -- Conejo (a rabbit), Tortuga (a tortoise), Culebra (a snake) and Iguana -- bilingual counting and vocabulary are the backdrop for a humorous tale. When Conejo can't make her cactus butter dulces because she stubbed her toe, Culebra devises a very loud and ingenious plan to help her forget her pain and get all the friends involved in making the candy. A glossary, pronunciation guide and a no-cook recipe are included.
"e;Brian and Rosi Amador perform the story with energy and a smile, giving distinct voices to each character and presenting the Spanish-language words (nicely defined in the text and in an accompanying glossary) with brio. Light original music with a Mexican flavor dances in the background. A delightful production."e; -School Library Journal
The high-energy, whimsical team that delivered the three previous titles in this Language Arts Library now presents - ta da! - word endings! Entertaining and enthralling, this readalong makes learning about suffixes memorable - and fun!
"e;A comical takeoff on the familiar Little Red Hen story, this upbeat read-along is brought vividly to life through Brian and Rosi Amador's tandem narration. ...Soft Latin background music is a lilting accompaniment."e; -Booklist