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I Love Saturdays y domingos Paperback – September 1, 2004
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I love the way Spanish words are included in this story and descriptions of Latin celebrations. This is a book to be savored and shared with others. The characters are very appealing and there is a sharing of cultural information and ideas. This is an excellent teaching tool. This book is for everyone. I heartily and happily recommend this book.
Me encantan los Saturdays y los domingos (Spanish Edition)
I Love Saturdays y domingos
Throughout the story, the little girl learns about her family's cultures. The little girl and two sets of grandparents play with animals, watch movies, go to the circus and do other things that families love to do. At the end of the story, they all come together for her birthday party.
Those who speak/read little or no Spanish may have difficulty with the Spanish text. The book does not offer pronunciation keys or meanings to the words. Although some of the words written in Spanish may be explained in the adjoining page when the girl visits her English-speaking relatives.
This book may be more appropriate for families familiar with both cultures or for children who are just beginning to learn about the Latin American culture.
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Loved it! My grandsons have this situation and can relate. Love how they go back and forth between languages.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
yes book was in quality shape... fast transaction happy customer... I will recommend to my friends thank you ...I am going to be a teacherPublished 20 months ago by Rebecca Herrera
Since my daughter is half white, half Mexican, I thought a book about a little girl spending time with her two sets of loving grandparents from different cultural backgrounds would... Read morePublished on December 26, 2013 by Jennifer DeCoste-Lopez
This story fits our family, and I love reading it with my grandchildren! The 2 year old asks for the "mingo" story...his version of "Domingo". Read morePublished on December 7, 2013 by Marcie M. Jones
I teach Spanish at a K-8 school and so far my kids love it. It has worked better for students K-3.Published on September 15, 2013 by Luis J Penton Herrera
I got this for my daughter who has a mixed race family and I used it for my multicultural education class. Great book!Published on August 19, 2013 by miloGurl