Ta Lola has been invited to teach Spanish at her niece and nephews elementary school But Miguel wants nothing to do with the arrangement He hasnt had an easy time adjusting to his new school in Vermont and doesnt like living so far away from Papi, who has a new girlfriend and an announcement to make On the other hand, Miguels little sister, Juanita, cant wait to introduce her colorfully dressed aunt with her migrating beauty mark to all her friends at schoolthat is, if she can stop getting distracted long enough to remember to do so Before long, Ta Lola is organizing a Spanish treasure hunt and a Carnaval fiesta at school Will Miguel be willing to join the fun Will Juanita get her head out of the clouds and lead her classmates to victory in the treasure hunt Told with abundant humor and heart, Julia Alvarezs new Ta Lola story is the long awaited sequel to the beloved How Ta Lola Came to Visit Stay.From the Hardcover edition....
|Title||:||How Tia Lola Learned to Teach (The Tia Lola Stories)|
|Publisher||:||Yearling September 13, 2011|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
|File Size||:||672 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
How Tia Lola Learned to Teach (The Tia Lola Stories) Reviews
This was a great book for my class, the book itself was not damaged or ripped. The book is also very interesting, and there are other series to this book.
My Spanish class is greatly enjoying this series!
Seattle Global reading challenge 2014 - the Seattle public librarians know how to pick 'em. If you want books your 2nd-6th grader will LOVE - buy any of the Global Reading Challenge books.
I like the Spanish and if I take an accelerated reader quiz on this I will reach the 200 point club YAY!!!!
In this warm and wonderful second book of the Tía Lola Stories, Tía Lola proves yet again that she is a force to be reckoned with. The first of her tales, How Tía Lola Came to Stay, shows her journey from the Dominican Republic to help raise her newly divorced niece’s children, Miguel and Juanita, and this charming sequel picks right up at the beginning of a new school year. Though Tía Lola has only a fourth grade education and limited English under her belt, she has been asked to teach Spanish to the children at Miguel and Juanita’s school. Will she be able to fit in and keep her spirited young relatives from being embarrassed by her strange colorful clothes and funny sayings? As Tía Lola would say, con pacienca y con calma, se subió un burro en una palma (with patience and calm, even a donkey can climb a palm).
Miguel and his younger sister Juanita live in Vermont with their mother and tia Lola. Lola moved from the Dominican Republic to help look after the kids after the divorce. Miguel and Juanita both go to Bridgeport elementary. Miguel is in the fifth grade. Juanita in third.