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Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come / Preparate, kindergarten! Alla voy! (Max and Ruby) (Spanish Edition) (Spanish) Hardcover – March 8, 2004
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Kindergarten-Grade 1–Carlson's story (Viking, 1999) about a young mouse enthusiastic about his first day of kindergarten has been translated into fluent, clear Spanish. Henry gets up and almost skips breakfast, washing and dressing, and packing his supplies in his hurry to get to school. When he arrives, though, he is a little shy and worried. Those apprehensions are quickly overcome when he finds the classroom full of happy kids and fun things to do. The bright, clean cartoons have tremendous child appeal. The layout is excellent, with the illustration framed by the English on top and the Spanish on the bottom. Whether in English or Spanish, the enthusiasm of the young protagonist will communicate itself to those preparing for kindergarten and remind those mature first graders of just what it was like on that first day.
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PreS-Gr. 3. Henry the mouse is thrilled when he realizes it's the first day of kindergarten, and on his walk to school he imagines all the wonderful things he'll get to do. Once Henry arrives at his classroom, however, he decides he would rather go home--until he sees all the fun to be had. Experienced translator Mlawer contributes a high-quality, colloquial translation of Carlson's original sweet story, which first appeared in 1999. The illustrations, which are cleanly framed by the English text, above, and Spanish text, below, capture Henry's joyful anticipation, as well as the welcoming cheer of his new kindergarten, bustling with assorted animals and activities. Warm, encouraging support for children that reads comfortably and easily in both languages. Julie Kline
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