¿el Canguro Tiene Mamá?: El canguro tiene mama? by Eric Carle¿el Canguro Tiene Mamá?: El canguro tiene mama? by Eric Carle

¿el Canguro Tiene Mamá?: El canguro tiene mama?

byEric CarleIllustratorEric Carle

Paperback | March 11, 2008 | Spanish

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¿Los animales tienen mama? ¡Por supuesto que si! Los animales tienen mamá, como tú y como yo, ¡igual! Conoce al bebé canguro que viaja dentro de una bolsa en la barriga de su mamá. Mira cómo el polluelo del cisne navega en el lomo de su mamá. A través de sus coloridos collages, Eric Carle ofrece a los pequeños lectores no sólo un maravilloso panorama visual, sino también la seguridad que les transmiten las imágenes que muestran cómo las crias son protegidas y queridas por sus mamás.El entretenido juego de preguntas y respuestas invita a niños y adultos a leer juntos en voz alta. La repetición de frases clave ayudara a los ninos de edad preescolar a iniciarse en el mundo de la lectura. Además aprenderán, de forma divertida, acerca de la naturaleza y conocerán los nombres, ¡algunos sorprendentes!, de los animales que aparecen en el libro.Creador de numerosos álbumes ilustrados, Eric Carle logra, por medio de la lectura compartida, que niños y adultos comprendan que el amor es capaz de traspasar todas las barreras y unir a todos los seres de este mundo.
Eric Carle is the creator of more than seventy picture books for young readers.Eric Carle was born in New York, USA. However, when he was just six, he moved with his parents to Germany. In 1952, after graduating from the prestigious Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Stuttgart, he fulfilled his dream of returning to New York.Eric Carle h...
Title:¿el Canguro Tiene Mamá?: El canguro tiene mama?Format:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 8.75 × 11 × 0.13 inPublished:March 11, 2008Publisher:HarperCollins EspañolLanguage:Spanish

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0060011114

ISBN - 13:9780060011116

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Repetition and fun all in one. Very young children adore the repetition of this easy to read (and remember) story. The pull out board book version is fun for small hands. However keep in mind that curious toddlers will also want to figure out how this book works:)
Date published: 2017-05-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not bad The style of the book is good. The pages with text have lots of white space with large, easy to read text while the facing pages have appealling illustrations in bold colours. While young children respond to repetition, the writing is not particularly interesting or fun. The book ends with a list of the names for the baby animals, their mothers and fathers as well as the collective nouns, which feels a bit like an afterthought and may have worked better incorporated into the actual book even if this meant that the focus would be on what the babies and mothers are called.
Date published: 2012-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MOTHERLY LOVE ----- TWELVE TIMES OVER Some readers (particularly adults) may find this recent book by the venerable Eric Carle a little bit on the repetitive side or even short of plot. However the target audience for this book (2 to 4 YO's) are expert practitioners in the art of the repeated question .... with slight variations of course. This book will appeal to the instinctive nature of young children to want to learn by covering the same ground (with slight variations of course) by going over a topic again and again (and again!) The success of this book, shows the value of well structured rote learning. When done in an appealing way, like Mr Carle does, it is totally natural. The dynamic links between each question, page and animal will draw children along. The reward at the end of the book is the assurance that "animal mothers love their babies just as yours loves you". If you find yourself saying to your kids "how many times do I have to tell you" then perhaps spending some time with this book may be just as instructive to you as it is to the children. This book compares well with "The Hungry Caterpillar" where we learnt about numbers and time and tummy aches! In the "Does a Kangaroo.." we learn the importance of the loving relationships between parents and their offspring (BOING.... BOING) Another great book by Eric Carle. His artwork is better than ever.
Date published: 2009-08-26