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From adornos decorations going up all over the house, biscochitos cupcakes baking in the oven, and a special treat of churros doughnut sticks for breakfast, this can only be the beginning of a fabulous cumpleaos birthday As the alphabet continues, the story highlights fun elements of a boys never ending birthday celebration, including entries for ch, ll and rr that make this a truly Latino ABC fiesta Clever verse and exuberant illustrations make the meaning of each Spanish word clear, and an authors note explains the difference between the English and Spanish alphabets....

Title : F is for Fiesta
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ISBN : 0399242252
Format Type : Hardcover
Language : English
Publisher : Putnam Juvenile March 16, 2006
Number of Pages : 32 pages
File Size : 784 KB
Status : Available For Download
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F is for Fiesta Reviews

  • Ehuanochtli
    2018-10-25 21:07

    This is a great book, I ordered it after seeing it at the library. However, the book I received was in terrible condition- torn pages and cover, dirty, and so dingy I can't let my kid touch it.

  • MamaT
    2018-11-17 21:31

    This author's books are great, we now have them all. EASY to read and a fun way to introduce Spanish words in appropriate context.

  • Katalina
    2018-10-26 21:01

    I borrowed this book from our public library to read to my 4-year old daughter who attends Spanish Immersion preschool. It is so much fun to read and she is learning Spanish words at the same time. This is one of my all-time favorite books!

  • Michelle Price
    2018-11-03 02:21

    I love these books they make reading and learning Spanish fun. My little one likes all the bright colors and the illustrations.

  • Marci Twain
    2018-11-15 02:28

    I loved this book! It took me through the Spanish alphabet connecting each letter to a Spanish word in a sentence dominated by English words. In the very front of the book is a glossary of Spanish words used in the book.

  • Preschool Teacher
    2018-11-01 23:12

    I teach in a preschool classroom made up of 50% English speakers and 50% Spanish speakers. I love using this book in my classroom because it ties in the Spanish culture and both the English and Spanish language. My English speakers feel special because they are learning to say some Spanish words, and my Spanish speaking children feel comfortable hearing words that are familiar to them. All the while we are having an open dialouge about the letters of the alphabet!