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Count on Culebra: Go from 1 to 10 in Spanish…

Count on Culebra: Go from 1 to 10 in Spanish

by Ann Whitford Paul

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I really liked Ann Whitford Paul's other books featuring these characters, but this just wasn't that good. Manana Iguana and Tortuga in Trouble are both much better - perhaps because of their basis in traditional folktales. This just didn't make that much sense - instead of counting actual objects, each number stands for a group of objects when counting which I think would be confusing for children. The bilingual aspects were fun and well integrated, but skip this one and read the others in the series for entertaiment. For a better Spanish counting book look to Yuyi Morales' Just a Minute. ( )
  JenJ. | Mar 31, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0823421244, Hardcover)

A companion to the popular Manana, Iguana that teches how to count in spanish. When Iguana stubs her toe, Doctor Culebra comes to the rescue. But his suggestions sound a little loco to everyne else. How will tying un rolling pin and dos kettles to Iguana's tail make her better? And more importantly, will Iguana feel well enough to make her cactus butter dulces? The extremely popular "Manana, Iguana" has sold and reprinted quickly, and Ann Whitford Paul and Ethan Long's previous titles have received much praise.

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When Iguana stubs her toe and cannot make her popular candies known as cactus butter dulces, Culebra the rattlesnake finds a cure that introduces the Spanish words for the numbers from one to ten.

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