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Nancy and Douglas, determined to learn what is on the other side of a fence, try Nancy's plans to launch, vault, and fly Douglas over, then succeed with Douglas's simple idea.
An adaptation of the song "The wheels on the bus," written in Spanish and English, which follows two children who see and hear a train, a fire truck, an ambulance, and other vehicles on their way to an amusement park. Includes music for the song
Perico is a Spanish-speaking parrot who lives in a pet store, and although he works very hard to earn a new home, buyers keep returning him until the bird, now bilingual, finds the perfect owner. Includes Spanish glossary and pronunciation guide.
"In Philadelphia, Luigi Lendini was the fastest kid on Regent Street, but has he met his match in Mean Max?"-- |cProvided by publisher
"Bright piñatas, colorful costumes, festive parades—colors are everywhere during Cinco de Mayo! This book explores the customs and culture that make Cinco de Mayo a joyous celebration full of color. Crayola ® colors and a reproducible coloring page inspire readers to notice and celebrate the colors of their world." -- publisher