El Perro Vagabundo: El perro vagabundo

Paperback | May 27, 2003 | Spanish

byMarc Simont

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Un perrito aparece de repente durante una excursión familiar y unos niños juegan con él toda la tarde. Le ponen de nombre "Willy". Al final del día se despiden de él, pero piensan en Willy durante toda la semana. La familia regresa al lugar de la merienda a buscarlo. Sin embargo, no son los únicos, el perrero también busca a Willy!

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Un perrito aparece de repente durante una excursión familiar y unos niños juegan con él toda la tarde. Le ponen de nombre "Willy". Al final del día se despiden de él, pero piensan en Willy durante toda la semana. La familia regresa al lugar de la merienda a buscarlo. Sin embargo, no son los únicos, el perrero también busca a Willy!

“This picture book has all the earmarks of a classic. There’s a plot that satisfies: as straightforward and cleanly shaped as, say, Harry the Dirty Dog or Corduroy. The text is spare—appropriately so, as the pictures are surpassingly eloquent. Not merely a showcase for the artist’s (considerable) prowess with watercolors, they say some...

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Format:PaperbackPublished:May 27, 2003Publisher:HarperCollins EspañolLanguage:Spanish

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0060522747

ISBN - 13:9780060522742

Appropriate for ages: 4 - 8

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“This picture book has all the earmarks of a classic. There’s a plot that satisfies: as straightforward and cleanly shaped as, say, Harry the Dirty Dog or Corduroy. The text is spare—appropriately so, as the pictures are surpassingly eloquent. Not merely a showcase for the artist’s (considerable) prowess with watercolors, they say something. Overarching shape, knowledge of audience, small details—Simont gets it all right. This Stray Dog should find a home on library shelves and in readers’ hearts everywhere.” (Horn Book Magazine (starred review))