9788448854409

La escuela Sabana/ The Savannah School

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  • ISBN13:

    9788448854409

  • ISBN10:

    8448854403

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2020-07-21
  • Publisher: Beascoa Ediciones

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Summary

La jirafa Julia y el puercoespín Paco son grandes amigos.

Ella es altísima y muy tímida.

Él tiene púas y es un poco cascarrabias.

En la escuela Sabana hay animales de muchos tipos y todos dicen siempre al entrar: «¡Buenos días por la mañana!», bueno, todos no. La jirafa Julia tiene una lengua muy larga y se hace un lío con las palabras. Ella dice: «¿Es día sandía o día banana?». Todos se ríen de ella. Todos menos Paco, que siempre la defiende y trata de animarla.

Pero, ¿qué es un «día sandía»? ¿Y un «día banana»?

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ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

Giraffe Julia and porcupine Paco are great friends.
 
She is very tall and very shy.
 
He has spikes and is a bit of a grouch.
 
In Savannah School there are many types of animals and every morning all the students say: “Good morning in the morning!”, as they enter. Well, not everyone. Giraffe Julia has a very long tongue and makes a mess with her words. Everyone laughs at her as she gets tongue-tied during the morning salute. Everyone except Paco, who always defends her and tries to cheer her up.
 
But what are those words she says each morning: "watermelon day" and "banana day"?

Author Biography

Begoña Oro es experta en literatura infantil y fomento de la lectura. Su obra ha sido traducida a varias lenguas y ha ganado el Premio Gran Angular, Premio Hache, Finalista del premio El Barco de Vapor y Premio Eurostars Narrativa de Viajes.

Cientos de miles de niños han aprendido a leer con sus personajes: el rey de la noche, doña Despistes, Superleo, la ardilla Rasi (y su pandilla)... Y han querido seguir leyendo sus «Misterios a domicilio» o sus novelas juveniles.

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