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Fandango Stew

by David Davis

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  activelearning | Mar 1, 2012 |
A great book about working together for the common good. And a good lesson on kindness and generosity. There is also a point of competetion between the twons that the gradnson and grandfather have been too before and made stew for. Also has spanish words
  lauraine | Oct 15, 2011 |
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When Luis and his grandfather, Slim, come a-riding into the town of Skinflint, they are two hungry hombres without any pesos in their pockets.  All they need is a little help to make a magnifico stew from a tiny fandango bean.  Luckily, the hardworking people of Skinflint are good folks.  Luis and Slim will have to outwit them to rustle up some stew for supper.
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Penniless Slim and his grandson Luis ride into the unwelcoming western town of Skinflint, and manage to rustle up a delicious meal for all its citizens out of one lone bean.

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