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¡No Dejes Que la Paloma Conduzca el Autobus! (Pigeon Series) (Spanish Edition) (Spanish) Paperback – April 5, 2011
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Mo Willems, a number one New York Times best-selling author and illustrator, has been awarded a Caldecott Honor on three occasions (for Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!, Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale, and Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity). His celebrated Elephant & Piggie series has received two Theodor Seuss Geisel Medals. Other favorites include El conejito Knuffle: un cuento aleccionador, Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed and Big Frog Can't Fit In: A Pop-Out Book.
Mo began his career on Sesame Street, where he garnered six Emmy Awards. He lives with his family in Massachusetts.
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Don't relent. The pigeon will tempt you into saying "¡sí!" The pigeon may offer lasting friendship: "Seré tu mejor amigo!" or offer a bribe: "¿Y si te doy cinco billetes?" But stand your ground. Tell the pigeon "¡no!" and see just how persistent desiring birds can be. Soon el conductor will return and re-establish harmony. That pretty much sums up this fun little book. The pigeon wants to drive the bus, but no one should let this happen. Don't let el conductor down. Absurdity still reigns in certain parts of the universe. Let's keep it that way.
This little book translated into Spanish also provides a fun way to learn Spanish vocabulary and grammar. Those teaching children, or even adults teaching themselves, will have loads of absurd fun translating and reciting the pigeon's desperate pleas. Grammatically, the book stays within the simple present, past and future tenses, which serves beginners well. The vocabulary remains similarily basic throughout. Beginners may find themselves thrown by the alternate use of "manzana" in the sentence "¡Sólo una vuelta a la manzana!" Anyone with even basic Spanish skills probably knows "manzana" as "apple," but it can also mean "a group of houses" or "a block" as a dip in a dictionary will reveal.Read more ›
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excellent translation and story. My son enjoys it very much. He was the pigeon for halloween.Published 14 months ago by liz