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Estimados apoderados: Los queremos invitas a visitar nuestra Biblioteca con sus hijos, todos los viernes, y buscar en el rincón de literatura infantil,

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1 Estimados apoderados: Los queremos invitas a visitar nuestra Biblioteca con sus hijos, todos los viernes, y buscar en el rincón de literatura infantil, un libro para disfrutar con ellos de una linda historia durante cada fin de semana.

2 La familia es el pilar fundamental para incentivar y motivar el aprendizaje de la lectura. La lectura tiene la virtud de convertirse en una experiencia de encuentros en el hogar. Leyendo juntos, padres, madres, hijos e hijas comparten una actividad enriquecedora, que puede extenderse en la plática común y en un mayor conocimiento de unos y otros. *Referencia: Programa Leamos Juntos, Mineduc..

3 A continuación encontrarán una presentación con los títulos de nuestro Rincón Infantil. Esperamos les sirva como guía.

4 THE COMPLETED HICKORY DICKORY DOCK by Jim Aylesworth This extended version of the familiar nursery rhyme successfully combines simple counting concepts, the numbers one through 12 and a gentle introduction to telling time. Laced with phonetic harmonies, the additional verses have a nonsensical, bouncing quality that offer a fun-filled challenge for little ones to master. RESOURCES -http://www.dltk- teach.com/rhymes/hickory/index. htmhttp://www.dltk- teach.com/rhymes/hickory/index. htm -http://teacher.scholastic.com/less onrepro/reproducibles/profbooks/ hickorydickory.pdfhttp://teacher.scholastic.com/less onrepro/reproducibles/profbooks/ hickorydickory.pdf -http://www.ictgames.com/hickory 4.htmlhttp://www.ictgames.com/hickory 4.html

5 SELMA por Jutta Bauer Desde el minucioso, detallista, dulce y profundo Selma, Jutta Bauer nos habla de la felicidad de un modo simple pero claro: la felicidad como logro de la construcción diaria, cotidiana, de tiempos y encuentros. Este libro-álbum es una pausa para la reflexión, el reconocimiento y la valoración de lo que somos, de lo que nos rodea y de lo que vemos o dejamos de ver.

6 AAAAAH EL DENTISTA NO! Por Stephanie Blake Al ir a comer una crep, uno de sus platos preferidos, Simón siente un dolor en una muela. -¡Ay! -grita Simón-. ¡Me duele la muela, me duele muchísimo la muela! Su mamá, después de mirarle dentro de la boca, le dice: -Tienes una caries, tendremos que ir al dentista. -¡Ni hablar! ¡No pienso ir al dentista! - dice Simón-. Además, ¡soy Superconejo! ¡Nadie pincha a Superconejo!

7 THE GOING TO BED BOOK by Sandra Bounton Serious silliness for all ages. Artist Sandra Boynton is back and better than ever with completely redrawn versions of her multi-million selling board books. These whimsical and hilarious books, featuring nontraditional texts and her famous animal characters, have been printed on thick board pages, and are sure to educate and entertain children of all ages.

8 ENCENDER LA NOCHE por Ray Bradbury A partir de 6 años. Maravillosa fábula en la que vivimos el descubrimiento de un niño, que tiene miedo a la oscuridad, de todas las cosas y seres especiales que viven en la Noche. RESOURCES: woWINLiBo

9 EL TUNEL por Anthony Browne La madre una mañana envía a dos hermanos a caminar, esperando que las diferencias entre ellos se aminoren. Caminando descubren un túnel oscuro, húmedo y resbaladizo. El hermano entra y la hermana, aterrada, espera afuera. Al lograr vencer su angustioso miedo la hermana decide ir a buscarlo. Emocionante relato de complicidad y solidaridad iluminado con realistas y sobrecogedoras ilustraciones. M.C.S. POSTULADO PARA LOS MEJORES LIBROS PARA NIÑOS 1995 RESOURCES: 4HqZrAPkYA

10 GORILA por Anthony Browne Como sucede en muchas familias, la niña protagonista de Gorila, este cuento de Anthony Browne, vive sola con su padre, o al menos es lo que inferimos al no ver en las ilustraciones nada que represente la presencia de otros habitantes del hogar, menos de uno femenino que pudiese sugerir la figura de la madre. El padre es un personaje ocupado: trabaja todo el día y cuando llega de vuelta a casa, continúa con su trabajo; en las mañanas durante el desayuno, en vez de conversar y compartir el tiempo con su hija, se ocupa leyendo el periódico del día y luego sale muy apurado rumbo a su trabajo. Y, como es de suponer, los fines de semana está muy cansado para poder hacer algo junto a su hija. RESOURCES - laureates/anthony-browne/

11 MI HERMANO por Anthony Browne Anthony Browne dedica un álbum a su hermano, quien... además de ser un artista con la patineta y un futbolista privilegiado, puede escribir historias fantásticas y cantar y bailar como el más alocado de los roqueros. Fuerte, valiente, ingenioso y con un refinado gusto para la moda, éste es el hermano perfecto, pues gracias a todas sus cualidades es el mejor amigo del mundo. RESOURCES - revious-laureates/anthony-browne/

12 MI MAMA por Anthony Browne Es linda mi mamá. Mi mamá es una fantástica cocinera, una excelente malabarista, una gran pintora; es fuerte y es un hada y una mágica jardinera; puede cantar o rugir, es bella y acogedora; es suave y enérgica, es una supermamá y me hace reír mucho, pero hay algo aún mejor que todo eso... RESOURCES - revious-laureates/anthony-browne/

13 RAMON PREOCUPON por Anthony Browne Ramón es un preocupón que se angustia a causa de los zapatos, las nubes, la lluvia, los pájaros gigantes. Se preocupa tanto que no puede dormir. Por suerte su abuela sabe lo que él necesita para vencer sus miedos. Una vez que conoce su secreto, Ramón se da cuenta que no debe preocuparse más. RESOURCES - revious-laureates/anthony-browne/

14 ZOOLOGICO por Anthony Browne Una familia -mamá, papá y dos hijos- pasan un día en el zoológico. Mientras ellos observan a los animales, los animales los observan a ellos. ¿Qué es lo que cada quien vive? RESOURCES - revious-laureates/anthony-browne/

15 WILLY EL MAGO por Anthony Browne Willy quiere jugar fútbol, pero no tiene botines. Una noche, de camino a casa, un desconocido, que lleva un antiguo uniforme de fútbol, le regala los suyos. Aunque un poco pasados de moda, con ellos Willy juega ¡maravillosamente! y es seleccionado para el partido del sábado. Pero cuando llega el día... ha olvidado los botines. ¿Qué va a pasar ahora? RESOURCES - revious-laureates/anthony-browne/

16 MI PAPA por Anthony Browne Mi papa es fuerte, feliz y pude saltar sobre la luna. No hay que saber leer para disfrutar al maravilloso papa de las ilustraciones de este libro, que es igual a todos los papas. Con bata y pantuflas, canta al lado de Pavarotti y juega futbol; ""yo quiero a mi papa. Y saben que? me quiere a mi! (Y siempre me querrá). RESOURCES - revious-laureates/anthony-browne/

17 CAMBIOS por Anthony Browne Los papás de José le anuncian que desde mañana todo cambiará. José no tiene muy claro a qué se pueden referir y empieza a pensar. Pero la imaginación a veces nos juega malas pasadas. ¡Te sorprenderá hasta dónde puede llegar la fantasía! RESOURCES - revious-laureates/anthony-browne/

18 WILLY EL SOÑADOR por Anthony Browne Willy sueña. Y cuando Willy sueña, las palabras no son suficientes. Pero por suerte la maestría de Browne hace que ilustraciones y palabras se complementen de la mejor manera, para lograr un texto cuya profundidad sorprende y emociona a los adultos. Los sueños de Willy son nuestros sueños: recuerdos, proyectos y el recuerdo de lo que alguna vez proyectamos. En ellos se entrelazan escritores, pintores, actores, íconos de una sociedad y una época. Los chicos no extrañan en este libro las ilustraciones y los personajes ya conocidos del autor. Los adultos encuentran en él mucho más de lo que andaban buscando. RESOURCES - laureates/anthony-browne/

19 CAMINO A CASA por Jairo Buitrago La protagonista del libro infantil Camino a casa es una niña humilde que, en compañía de un curioso amigo protector -un gigante León-, sale a recoger a su hermanito menor en la guardería del barrio. Luego van a casa para cenar en compañía de su madre, quien labora como operaria en una fábrica. "La historia podría considerarse no muy infantil porque toca temas un poco duros. Pero nosotros siempre hemos creído que a los niños no hay que ocultarles nada ni pintarles un mundo falso. El libro tiene sus matices fantásticos, propios de la literatura infantil, pero dentro de una realidad latinoamericana", explica el escritor Jairo Buitrago, graduado de literatura de la Universidad Nacional.

20 MIXED-UP CAMALEON by Eric Carle The chameleon's life was not very exciting until the day it discovered it could change not only its color but its shape and size,too. When it saw the wonderful animals in the zoo, it immediately wanted to be like them -- and ended up likeall of them at once -- with hilarious results. RESOURCES: -http://www.eric-carle.com/bb- chameleon.htmlhttp://www.eric-carle.com/bb- chameleon.html -http://www.theteachersguide.co m/booklessons/themixedupcham eleon/themixedupchameleon.htm

21 THE VERY LONELY FIREFLY by Eric Carle In this classic and heartwarming story, a very lonely firefly finally finds the friends he is seeking at the end of a tireless search for belonging. Carle's rich, collage-like art and gentle text will be comfortingly familiar to his millions of fans. An accessible Level 2 reader, The Very Lonely Firefly is one that parents and children will read over and over again.lonely RESOURCES: -http://www.eric-carle.com/bb- VLFF.htmlhttp://www.eric-carle.com/bb- VLFF.html -http://iheartcraftythings.blogspot. com/2011/07/story-time-tuesday- very-lonely-firefly.htmlhttp://iheartcraftythings.blogspot. com/2011/07/story-time-tuesday- very-lonely-firefly.html

22 THE VERY QUIET CRICKET by Eric Carle A quiet little cricket who dreams of rubbing his wings together to make a sound just like so many other animals finally achieves his goal, in a board book edition of the classic picture book that comes complete with a chirping cricket sound. RESOURCES: -http://www.makinglearningfun.c om/themepages/VeryQuietCricke tPrintables.htmhttp://www.makinglearningfun.c om/themepages/VeryQuietCricke tPrintables.htm - hways/Detail?path=%2FLangauge_Art s%2FYear_1_Language_Arts_Guided_J ourney%2F18The_Very_Quiet_Cricket

23 DO YOU WANT TO BE MY FRIEND by Eric Carle "Do you want to be my friend?" asks the lonely little mouse. He follows a tai1, but all he finds at its end is a rather unfriendly horse. The little mouse just wants someone to play with-but he'll have to follow a lot of tails before he can find just the right companion. RESOURCES: -http://www.jennyjvalentine.com/TESOL%20Overvie w/Calla%20Group%20Unit%20Plan%20Literature.pdfhttp://www.jennyjvalentine.com/TESOL%20Overvie w/Calla%20Group%20Unit%20Plan%20Literature.pdf -http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson- plan/do-you-want-be-my-friend-lesson-planhttp://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson- plan/do-you-want-be-my-friend-lesson-plan -http://www.squidoo.com/eric-carle-unithttp://www.squidoo.com/eric-carle-unit -http://www.hubbardscupboard.org/do_you_want_t o_be_my_friend_.html NEW!http://www.hubbardscupboard.org/do_you_want_t o_be_my_friend_.html

24 THE ARTIST WHO PAINTED A BLUE HORSE by Eric Carle Every child has an artist inside them, and this vibrant picture book from Eric Carle will help let it out. The artist in this book paints the world as he sees it, just like a child. There's a red crocodile, an orange elephant, a purple fox and a polka-dotted donkey. More than anything, there's imagination. Filled with some of the most magnificently colorful animals of Eric Carle's career, this tribute to the creative life celebrates the power of art. RESOURCES: -http://www.teachervision.fen.com/early- learning/printable/71924.html -http://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/feat ures/hungrycaterpillar/downloads/bluehorse_ curriculumguide.pdfhttp://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/feat ures/hungrycaterpillar/downloads/bluehorse_ curriculumguide.pdf -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LaEDbkcK dshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LaEDbkcK ds

25 THE GROUCHY LADYBUG by Eric Carle It's the Grouchy Ladybug's 20th birthday. To celebrate, we are introducing a new, larger format edition with brighter, more colorful pages created from Eric Carle's original artwork using the latest reproduction technology. The Grouchy Ladybug is bigger and brigher, as irascible but irresistable as ever and will surely delight new generations of readers, as well as her devoted fans of all ages. Happy Birthday, Grouchy Ladybug! RESOURCES: -http://www.vickiblackwell.com/lit/ladybug.ht mlhttp://www.vickiblackwell.com/lit/ladybug.ht ml -http://www.jennyjvalentine.com/TESOL%20O verview/Calla%20Group%20Unit%20Plan%20 Literature.pdfhttp://www.jennyjvalentine.com/TESOL%20O verview/Calla%20Group%20Unit%20Plan%20 Literature.pdf -http://teachersland.com/eric-carle-week- teaching-activities-for-the-grouchy-ladybug/http://teachersland.com/eric-carle-week- teaching-activities-for-the-grouchy-ladybug/

26 The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle A caterpillar eats his way through different foods until he is full and weaves a cocoon transforming into a beautiful butterfly. Charming colorful illustrations of foods along with the fat caterpillar and catchy little holes in the foods where the caterpillar "had his snack" make this book a hit with young children. ACTIVITIES: -http://www.sparklebox.co.uk/liter acy/stories/hungry- caterpillar.html#.UGXqnLTTrCc- acy/stories/hungry- caterpillar.html#.UGXqnLTTrCc- http: -www.makinglearningfun.com/the mepages/HungryCaterpillarPrintab les.htmwww.makinglearningfun.com/the mepages/HungryCaterpillarPrintab les.htm -http://www.dltk- teach.com/books/hungrycaterpilla r/index.htmhttp://www.dltk- teach.com/books/hungrycaterpilla r/index.htm -http://www.centreforliteracy.qc.ca /Resources/catalog/fulltext/caterp il/verhun.pdfhttp://www.centreforliteracy.qc.ca /Resources/catalog/fulltext/caterp il/verhun.pdf

27 THE TINY SEED by Eric Carle Join the tiny seed on an adventure as it becomes a giant flower! -http://www.eric-carle.com/bb- seed.htmlhttp://www.eric-carle.com/bb- seed.html -http://treasures.macmillanmh.co m/florida/students/grade2/book1/ unit2/the-tiny-seedhttp://treasures.macmillanmh.co m/florida/students/grade2/book1/ unit2/the-tiny-seed

28 BROWN BEAR, BROWN BEAR, WHAT DO YOU SEE? by Eric Carle A simple, well-illustrated picture book that helps when learning colors. RESOURCES: -http://www.dltk- teach.com/books/brownbear/ind ex.htmhttp://www.dltk- teach.com/books/brownbear/ind ex.htm -http://www.sparklebox.co.uk/lite racy/stories/brown- bear.html#.UGniW7TTrCchttp://www.sparklebox.co.uk/lite racy/stories/brown- bear.html#.UGniW7TTrCc -http://www.hubbardscupboard.o rg/brown_bear_brown_bear.html NEW!http://www.hubbardscupboard.o rg/brown_bear_brown_bear.html

29 POLAR BEAR, POLAR BEAR, WHAT DO YOU HEAR? by Eric Carle This is great book for younger students to read. The repetitiveness of this book is great for younger kids to be able to predict what the next animal is going to say. This is also a great book to have students get involved. Great illustrations. RESOURCES: -http://www.dltk- teach.com/books/brownbear/sequ el.htmhttp://www.dltk- teach.com/books/brownbear/sequ el.htm -http://www.scholastic.com/teache rs/lesson-plan/polar-bear-polar- bear-what-do-you-hear-lesson- planhttp://www.scholastic.com/teache rs/lesson-plan/polar-bear-polar- bear-what-do-you-hear-lesson- plan

30 A HOUSE FOR A HERMIT CRAB by Eric Carle Eric Carle's magnificent collage illustrations invite readers and viewers on a breathtaking underwater tour where brilliantly-colored sea creatures dazzle and delight the eye. His modern-day fable is both wise and simple; based on the true habits of the hermit crab, it not only introduces young readers to the wonder and beauty of the marine environment but also contains an encouraging message for small children facing the inevitable challenges of growing up. week-teaching-activities-for-the- grouchy-ladybug/

31 LA OTRA ORILLA por Marta Carrasco En este libro ilustrado para niños los padres de la niña la dicen que no cruzca al otro lado del río porque la gente es distinta allí. Pero, con la ayuda de un niño del otro lado, la niña alcanza cruzarse y aprende que las personas allí son distintos y también muy parecidos a su propia familia.

32 ERASE UNA VEZ UN ESPACIO por Marta Carraco El señor Azul y el señor Amarillo delimitan cada uno su espacio y se miran con desconfianza. Así comienzan sus desavenencias y conflictos hasta que aparecen sus hijos quienes cambiarán el rumbo de la historia. Érase una vez un espacio es un libro póstumo de Marta Carrasco. Ella escribió e ilustró libros para varias editoriales, obteniendo premios y distinciones en Chile y en el extranjero.rn rn- Premio a la Edición 2011, Cámara Chilena del Libro.rn- Lista de Honor IBBY 2012.

33 DELGADO NIÑO NEFTALI por Víctor Carrasco Delgado Niño Neftalí vive en Temuco. Su padre es conductor del tren lastrero y el niño se divierte en el bosque con los insectos que allí habitan, pues de grande sueña con ser Administrador de escarabajos. Su madrastra, doña Trinidad le protege de la autoridad de don José del Carmen que desea otro destino para su hijo: ferroviario, igual que el padre.

34 LA PEQUEÑA YAGAN por Víctor Carrasco La pequeña yagán y el pájaro pit-pig visitan a hespul que prolonga la oscuridad del día. la niña y el pájaro pig-pig cantan y bailan para apaciguar el enojo del chamán.

35 NIÑO DELIRIO VICENTE por Víctor Carrasco Niño delirio Vicente viaja a la casona de su familia en cartagena. allí juega con las olas y sueña con un ruiseñor mecánico, idéntico al que deleita con su canto al emperador de China, porque este es el cuento de Andersen que noche a noche lee la madre del niño.

36 LA PEQUEÑA ROSA ROSALIA por Víctor Carrasco La pequeña aymara cuidaba sus animales, cuando una nube arrastrada por el viento la llevó muy lejos.

37 EL PEQUEÑO MANU por Víctor Carrasco El pequeño manu sale de su casa en auxilio de una anciana en dificultades. ambos inician un corto viaje por la isla buscando ayuda.

38 NIÑA DE SUEÑO LUCILA por Víctor Carrasco La niña Lucila vive en Montegrande y allí juega con las piedras y los árboles de su jardín. por las noches, su madre, le canta, mientras la niña busca a su padre en las estrellas.

39 EL PEQUEÑO MELIÑIR por Víctor Carrasco El pequeño Meliñir cosecha piñones en el pehuén, gracias a la ayuda de muchos chilchihuén.

40 LA PEQUEÑA LILÉN por Víctor Carrasco

41 FIVE LITTLE MONKEYS SITTING IN A TREE por Christelow, Eileen Five little monkeys and their Mama walk down to the river for a picnic supper. While Mama takes a snooze, the five little monkeys climb a tree. Why? To te ase Mr. Crocodile! "Can't catch me!" they shout, and Mr. Crocodile opens his big mouth: SNAP! Oh no! Now there are only four little monkeys! A second little monkey teases Mr. Crocodile, he snaps his jaws, and that little monkey also disappears-or seems to. The mischievous monkeys are up to their usual tricks in this second rhythmic counting book about their disappearances-and surprise reappearances.

42 FIVE LITTLE MONKEYS BAKE A BIRTHDAY CAKE por Christelow, Eileen Five little monkeys wake up with the sun. Today is their mama's birthday and they are going to bake a cake. They'll have to measure the flour and mix in the right number of eggs, and get it all into the oven in time for the birthday surprise--without waking up Mama! Eileen Christelow has created an original, high-energy romp, sure to delight any child who has tried to plan a surprise. Activities onkeys/games-activities.html

43 FIVE LITTLE MONKEYS PLAY HIDE-AND-SEEK por Christelow, Eileen Mamas out dancing, and Lulu, the babysitter, is in charge. The Five Little Monkeys are supposed to go to bed, but they convince Lulu theres time for just one game of hide-and-seek first... and then another, and another... until they discover the ultimate hiding place. Lulu is frantic; where can those monkeys be? Vibrant, expressive illustrations in Eileen Christelows signature style accompany a catchy rhymed text thats great for reading aloud. The refrain invites children to join in; as Lulu counts to 10, 24, and finally 104, young listeners will count along with her. And what little monkey can resist the idea of mischief at bedtime?

44 FIVE LITTLE MONKEYS WITH NOTHING TO DO por Christelow, Eileen It's summer, school is out, and the five little monkeys are bored. "There is nothing to do!" they tell Mama. "Oh yes, there is," says Mama. "Grandma Bessie is coming for lunch, and the house must be neat and clean." Well- meaning as ever, the five little monkeys clean their room and go on to sweep the floors, scrub the bathroom, and pick berries for dessert. But then... Children will welcome the return of the five little monkeys, who make the same kinds of messes they do. Activities -apps/kids-entertainment- apps/childrens-ipad-books/monkeys- ipad-app

45 FIVE LITTLE MONKEYS JUMPED ON THE BED por Christelow, Eileen NO MORE MONKEYS JUMPING ON THE BED! The nursery rhyme Five Little Monkeys has long been a favorite song and finger play with the preschool set, but Eileen Christelow gives it new life as a hilarious picture book. Her expressive pencil and watercolor illustrations capture both the glee and the pratfalls of those misbehaving monkeys. A sure-fire hit at story hour, this rhythmic romp is a counting lesson, too, as the five bouncy bed-jumpers bump their heads and get hauled off to the doctor one by one. This board book edition is just the right size for small human hands. Activities hemepages/FiveLittleMonkeys.htm

46 THE MINPINS by Roald Dahl Ignoring warnings against it, little Billy enters the Forest of Sins, only to be pursued by the fearsome Grinder, a creature who chases him high up an ancient tree, where he encounters a city of tree-dwelling, matchstick-sized people. -http://www.activityvillage.co.uk/r oald_dahl_crafts.htmhttp://www.activityvillage.co.uk/r oald_dahl_crafts.htm

47 RIPIOS Y ADIVINANZAS DEL MAR por Fernando del Paso Las esponjas, los pulpos, las orcas; todos caben es este poemario sobre el mar. el nimo de divertimento se confirma con las adivinazas finales y diversos juegos de palabras alrededor de la palabra mar.

48 BELISARIO por Gaëtan Dorémus A todos les encanta comprar el pan en la panadería de Belisario, sobre todo a los niños, porque él es un gran cuenta cuentos y les regala dulces. Un día, el pueblo se da cuenta de que Belisario es un tigre, así que deciden encerrarlo. ¿Será posible que los prejuicios los hagan olvidar las bondades de un amigo?

49 ROOM ON THE BROOM por Donaldson, Julia NEW! Room on the Broom is a very amusing story of a witch and her cat, flying around on their broomstick. They pick up many other animals along the way that help them recover the items they keep dropping off the broom. The book's rhymes keep kids entertained and laughing. The illustrations have kids wondering if any more animals will ever be able to fit on the broom. At the end of the book, when the witch is threatened by a dragon, the animals come to her rescue as one giant monster themselves. RESOURCES - Room-on-the-Broom-Resource-Guide.pdf A complete e-book with specific suggestions for activities. - CurrMenu=874&T=1978#1978 Scroll the list and click on the title to find 2 activities you can do with your child.

50 CHARLIE COOKS FAVOURITE BOOK NEW! Charlie Cook is like any other child who is fascinated with books. It is through Charlies reading of his favourite books that the reader is able to escape into the various fantastic settings that Donaldson has created. RESOURCES -http://www.teachingenglish.org.u k/language-assistant/primary- tips/my-favourite-bookhttp://www.teachingenglish.org.u k/language-assistant/primary- tips/my-favourite-book -http://fileserver.booktrust.org.uk /usr/resources/222/charlie_cook_ colouring_activity_sheet.pdfhttp://fileserver.booktrust.org.uk /usr/resources/222/charlie_cook_ colouring_activity_sheet.pdf

51 SPIFFIEST GIANT IN TOWN por Donaldson, Julia When George the giant spies a shop full of wonderful clothes, he decides to treat himself to a new outfit. He puts on his new shirt, pants, shoes, and tie, and is immediately transformed from the scruffiest giant in town to the spiffiest giant in town. But on his way home, George runs into various animals who need his help. And little by little, George finds himself giving away all his new purchases. From the creators of Room on the Broom, this is a lively tale that reminds readers that sometimes it's what's inside a person-or a giant-that matters most.

52 VIAJE A LA LUNA por Rosario Elizalde En este libro nos encontramos con el mundo de dos niños de la misma edad, que comparten los mismos sueños, fantasías e intereses, pero que sus realidades familiares, sociales y culturales son diferentes. Sin embargo, por más grande que sea la brecha de la desigualdad socioeconómica, esta no es un impedimento para el desarrollo de la amistad entre los dos protagonistas.

53 TE DA MIEDO LA OSCURIDAD por Jonathan Farr Es hora de ir a dormir, pero Plip y Charly no pueden conciliar el sue o pues les da miedo los ruidos que se escuchan en la oscuridad. Despu s de armarse de valor, deciden ver qui n o qu hace los ruidos... y se enfrentan con una sorpresa. RESOURCES: - r-cuentos-cuenta/cuentos-que- ayudan/ -

54 DINOSAURS LOVE UNDERPANTS by Ben, Claire and Cort Feedman The mystery of dinosaur extinction is solved! Scientists have plenty of theories about why dinosaurs are extinct, but the UKs bestselling authorillustrator team of Claire Freedman and Ben Cort knows the real answer: The dinos were wiped out in an Underpants War! This wacky celebration of underpants is perfect for reading aloud, and the hilarious antics of T. rex and the gang are endlessly entertaining. Featuring fun, vibrant art and short, rhyming text, Dinosaurs Love Underpants is a prehistoric pleasure parents and kids will want to read again and again. RESOURCES: -http://books.simonandschuster.co.uk/tagged_ass ets/colour_in_dino_3179.pdfhttp://books.simonandschuster.co.uk/tagged_ass ets/colour_in_dino_3179.pdf -http://clubs- kids.scholastic.co.uk/products/70267http://clubs- kids.scholastic.co.uk/products/70267

55 ALIENS IN UNDERPANTS SAVE THE WORLD by Ben, Claire and Cort Feedman The beloved aliens from Aliens Love Panta Claus are backand this time they are on a mission to save the world! Get ready for another pants- tastic adventure in this wacky picture book from winning author and illustrator team Claire Freedman and Ben Cort. RESOURCES: -http://clubs- kids.scholastic.co.uk/products/739 69http://clubs- kids.scholastic.co.uk/products/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/pr esenters/stories/presenters- aliensinunderpants/http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/pr esenters/stories/presenters- aliensinunderpants/

56 ALIENS LOVE UNDERPANTS by Ben, Claire and Cort Feedman Itís a totally zany story with some of the silliest illustrations to appear in many seasonsówhich is to say that Aliens Love Underpants will be a surefire hit among toddlers and beginning readers. When little aliens fly down to Earth, they donít come to visit because they want to meet the Earthlings. They simply want to steal everybodyís underpants! They like them large or small, they like them red or greenóand they like them in all other sizes and colors, too. They think that Momís pink, frilly panties are a perfect place to hide. And Grandpaís woolly long johns make a super-whizzy slide! The text is in verse, the illustrations are big and bright, and kids who open this book will giggle from first page to last. RESOURCES: -http://www.aliensloveunderpants.comhttp://www.aliensloveunderpants.com

57 GUILLERMO JORGE MANUEL JOSE por Mem Fox Guillermo Jorge Manuel José vive cerca de un hogar para ancianos y conoce a todos y todas sus historias. Su amiga favorita es Ana Josefina Rosa Isabel quien, además de tener cuatro nombres como él, le cuenta al niño sus secretos. El pequeño descubre que la señorita Ana ha perdido la memoria. Entonces se da a la tarea de preguntar qué significa y, con la respuesta que obtiene de los mayores, busca aquellas cosas que él más aprecia para que su amiga pueda recobrar su tesoro. Esta es una bella historia construida sobre la base de la ingenuidad y el amor.

58 LAS VACACIONES DE ROBERTA por Silvia Francia Roberta se aburre en una larga tarde de verano y quiere acercarse hasta el mar. Pero un paseo que podría ser tranquilo se convierte en una aventura en la que tiene que ir tomando decisiones. Por ejemplo, debe decidir si se escapa sin el permiso de sus abuelos o si salva a un enorme perro que antes le asustó. En fin, una tarde calurosa que deja de ser aburrida.

59 EL DRAGON DE LA LUZ DE LUNA por Cornelia Funke ¿Has oído hablar de la magia de la luz de luna? ¿No? Felipe tampoco. Hasta una noche en la que ese malvado Caballero Blanco va a la caza del pobre dragón por toda la habitación. De repente Felipe no es más grande que un pulgar y tiene que esconderse junto con el dragón del iracundo Caballero…

60 CRONIÑON por Michel Gay Esta es la historia de Croniñón, un niño cromañón, al que le encanta cazar y pintar en las paredes de las cuevas. A través de este cuento podemos trabajar la Prehistoria, cómo eran, donde vivían, como se alimentaban...

61 TRUCAS Juan Gedovius A Trucas le encanta hacer travesuras en las paginas en blanco del libro. Cuando encuentra unos colores lo pone todo patas para arriba. Y cuando se topa con un lápiz... bueno, se lleva una gran sorpresa. El truco de Trucas es aparecer en un libro sin palabras e inventar, contigo, una -o muchas- historias.

62 EL COCODRILO VA AL DENTISTA por Taro Gomi A veces, hay cosas que no nos gusta nada hacer. Pero debemos hacerlas. Cuando un cocodrilo con una caries debe visitar al dentista, ambos intuyen, cada uno por sus propias razones, que no será una visita ni placentera ni sencilla. Y aunque ambos piensan lo mismo, tienen que pasar por un largo y doloroso encuentro que le enseñará al cocodrilo que, cuando se puede, hay que evitar las visitas que no queremos hacer. Así, el célebre ilustrador japonés construye una historia que sirve para que padres e hijos conversen sobre la importancia de tener buenos hábitos dentales.

63 LEÓN Y EL MEDIO AMBIENTE by Annie Groovie En el libro León y el medio ambiente editado por Una Luna se dan treinta consejos para cuidar el planeta. Desde niños tenemos que velar por cuidar los recursos naturales, saber qué alimentos es mejor comprar, ahorrar papel para salvar árboles, cuidar el agua, entre otras cosas. Con lindísimas y coloridas ilustraciones es más fácil aprender a resguardar nuestro planeta.

64 DON FERNANDO por Carll, Agnes y Cheut Guldemont Don Fernando mira. Mira por la ventana de la casa hacia el jard n, con los ojos abiertos de par en par, con los ojos entornados, con un solo ojo. Don Fernando es un misterio Para s mismo. Tiene la sensaci n de que ha perdido algo importante, pero no sabe qu. un calcet n con estrellas rojas y amarillas? un pr ncipe de papel? un min sculo espejo? Si quieres saber lo que ha perdido don Fernando, debes leer muy despacio. Tan despacio que todo se calme a tu alrededor.

65 LA TORTILLA CORREDORA por Laura Herrera "La madre ha preparado una rica tortilla para sus siete hijos hambrientos, pero a la tortilla no quiere que nadie sela coma. Una historia tracicional del sur de Chile con un final inesperado"

66 LA PEOR SEÑORA DEL MUNDO por Francisco Hinojosa En el norte de Turambul hab a una se ora que era la peor se ora del mundo. a sus hijos los castigaba cuando se portaban bien y cuando se portaban mal. Los niños y todo el vecindario se echaban a correr en cuanto veían que ella se acercaba. Hasta que un día se cansaron de ella y decidieron hacer algo para poner fin a tantas maldades.

67 EL CORAZÓN Y LA BOTELLA por Oliver Jeffers Una niña guarda su corazón en una botella, pensando que as lo cuidar mejor. Pero, a cambio de no volver a sentirse triste, la curiosidad y la capacidad de asombro no le acompañaron más. El autor de Perdido y Encontrado presenta otra gran historia, cuyo mensaje logra conmover a chicos y grandes, y que nos recuerda lo bueno de tener el corazón en su lugar. RESOURCES: /03/el-corazon-y-la-botella- nuevo-libro-de.html -

68 PERDIDO Y ENCONTRADO por Oliver Jeffers Un niño encuentra un pingüino extraviado en la entrada de su casa. Al verlo solo y triste decide ayudarlo a encontrar el camino de regreso a su hogar. Tras mucho investigar, averigua que los pingüinos habitan en el Polo Sur y busca la forma de llevarlo allí. Durante el viaje descubre que la soledad no es lo mismo que la nostalgia del hogar. RESOURCES: -http://ceipflorenciojardiel.blogspo t.com/2011/11/perdido-y- encontrado-lost-and-found.htmlhttp://ceipflorenciojardiel.blogspo t.com/2011/11/perdido-y- encontrado-lost-and-found.html

69 DE VUELTA A CASA por Oliver Jeffers Había una vez un niño que, un día, se quedó atrapado en la luna, y no estaba solo... RESOURCES: -http://catedu.es/arablogs/blog.p hp?id_blog=208&id_articulo= http://catedu.es/arablogs/blog.p hp?id_blog=208&id_articulo=

70 EL INCREIBLE NIÑO COMELIBROS por Oliver Jeffers Esta es la historia de Enrique, un niño al que le encantan los libros, pero no como a cualquier niño pueden gustarle. Un día, mientras tenía en una mano una paleta y en la otra un libro, Enrique, distraídamente, probó el libro. Notó que le gustaba, y aunque tenía sus dudas decidió comerse primero una palabra, luego una oración y, después, una página. Un par de días después ya se había comido un libro entero. Inexplicablemente el conocimiento que contenían los libros llegaba al cerebro de Enrique y pensó que con esto en poco tiempo podría ser la persona más lista del mundo, pero de pronto todo empezó a complicarse. RESOURCES: - XPK_O-Yw

71 COMO ATRAPAR UNA ESTRELLA por Oliver Jeffers Cada noche un pequeño mira las estrellas desde su habitación y sueña con tener una para él. Un día, encuentra la manera de atraparla. RESOURCES -http://www.amormaternal.com/2 011/11/como-atrapar-estrella- oliver-jeffers.htmlhttp://www.amormaternal.com/2 011/11/como-atrapar-estrella- oliver-jeffers.html

72 EL MISTERIOSO CASO DEL OSO por Oliver Jeffers Una escalofriante historia de misterio, crimen, sospechosos, aviones de papel, un bosque y un oso que quería ganar a toda costa. RESOURCES: - Pueden trabajar con los alumnos haciendo origami.

73 THE INCREDIBLE BOOK EATING BOY by Oliver Jeffers Like many children, Henry loves books. But Henry doesnt like to read books, he likes to eat them. Big books, picture books, reference books... if it has pages, Henry chews them up and swallows (but red ones are his favorite). And the more he eats, the smarter he getshes on his way to being the smartest boy in the world! But one day he feels sick to his stomach. And the information is so jumbled up inside, he cant digest it! Can Henry find a way to enjoy books without using his teeth? With a stunning new artistic style and a die-cut surprise, Oliver Jeffers celebrates the joys of reading in this charming and quirky picture book. Its almost good enough to eat. RESOURCES: - de/2011/03/the-incredible-book-eating- children.html -http://www.scottishbooktrust.com/files/Author s_Live_Oliver_Jeffers_Resource.pdfhttp://www.scottishbooktrust.com/files/Author s_Live_Oliver_Jeffers_Resource.pdf

74 LOST AND FOUND by Oliver Jeffers From the rising star of childrens picture books comes the magical tale of friendship and loneliness, a boy and a penguin. There once was a boy… and one day a penguin arrives on his doorstep. The boy decides the penguin must be lost and tries to return him. But no one seems to be missing a penguin. So the boy decides to take the penguin home himself, and they set out in his row boat on a journey to the South Pole. But when they get there, the boy discovers that maybe home wasnt what the penguin was looking for after all… RESOURCES: -http://www.travellinglighttheatre.org.uk/assets/file s/Lost%20and%20Found%20Have%20a%20Go%20i n%20the%20classroom.pdfhttp://www.travellinglighttheatre.org.uk/assets/file s/Lost%20and%20Found%20Have%20a%20Go%20i n%20the%20classroom.pdf -http://www.scottishbooktrust.com/files/Authors_Li ve_Oliver_Jeffers_Resource.pdfhttp://www.scottishbooktrust.com/files/Authors_Li ve_Oliver_Jeffers_Resource.pdf

75 UP AND DOWN by Oliver Jeffers In this much-anticipated sequel to the internationally best-selling picture book Lost and Found, we re-visit the boy and the penguin after their trip to the South Pole… The boy and the penguin still enjoy spending all their time together… That is, until the penguin starts to dream of flying, ignoring the boys advice that it is impossible. Running away, the penguin visits place after place, searching for a chance to get his feet off the ground. But will flying be everything he had hoped? And is the boy missing him, as much as he is missing the boy? A heart-warming story about friendship, love and reaching for your dreams, from highly-regarded, multi-award-winning author-illustrator Oliver Jeffers. RESOURCES: -http://www.upanddownbook.comhttp://www.upanddownbook.com -- ors_Live_Oliver_Jeffers_Resource.pdf

76 HOW TO CATCH A STAR by Oliver Jeffers Once there was a boy, and that boy loved stars very much. So much so that he decided to catch one of his very own. But how? Waiting for them to grow tired from being up in the sky all night doesn't work. Climbing to the top of the tallest tree? No, not tall enough. The boy has a rocket ship... but it is made of paper and doesn't fly well at all. Finally, just when the boy is ready to give up, he learns that sometimes things aren't where, or what, we expect them to be. First-time author/illustrator Oliver Jeffers offers a simple, childlike tale of reaching for the stars, and emerging with a friend. RESOURCES: -http://www.playingbythebook.net /2010/01/21/how-to-catch-a-star/http://www.playingbythebook.net /2010/01/21/how-to-catch-a-star/ -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ZzEO6SaWu7Ahttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ZzEO6SaWu7A

77 STUCK by Oliver Jeffers Chaos ensues when a young boy gets his kite stuck up a tree in this laugh- out-loud new picture book from award-winning, internationally best- selling author-illustrator Oliver Jeffers! Floyd gets his kite stuck up a tree. He throws up his shoe to shift it, but that gets stuck too. So he throws up his other shoe and that got stuck, along with! a ladder, a pot of paint, the kitchen sink, an orang-utan and a whale, amongst other things! Will Floyd ever get his kite back? A hilarious book with a wonderful surprise ending. RESOURCES: px6HJs4XQ

78 FERNANDO FURIOSO por Satoshi Kitamura Fernando Furioso, es un cuento de literatura infantil que trata sobre un niño que quería quedarse despierto viendo una película de vaqueros en la televisión, pero su mamá le indicó que no lo podía hacer y que se fuera a la cama. Fernando se enojó tanto que con su furia devastó calles, ciudades y pueblos. Aunque la familia le pedía que controlara su enojo, su furia se convirtió "en un terremoto universal". Al final del cuento, Fernando se retracta pero no recuerda el porqué de su enojo. RESOURCES: com/2009/09/fernando-furioso-autor- hiawyn.html

79 QUE LE PASA A MI CABELLO por Satoshi Kitamura Leonel tiene una fiesta pero antes de poder ir debe resolver un problema: ¡su cabello luce terrible! Así, Leonel y su peluquero experimentan con diferentes estilos: desde el peinado tipo nido para un día de campo hasta el peinado de olas para una fiesta en la playa. Después de probar diferentes peinados, Leonel y su peluquero finalmente encontrarán un corte muy especial que lo hará el centro de atención de la fiesta.

80 EN EL DESVAN por Satoshi Kitamura Abrí una ventana que abría otras ventanas... Salí a buscar con quién compartir lo que había encontrado y encontré un amigo. Mi amigo y yo descubrimos un juego que podía durar para siempre porque cambiaba todo el tiempo.

81 ALEX QUIERE UN DINOSAURIO por Satoshi Kitamura Alex no quiere una mascota común y corriente. Alex quiere un dinosaurio. Pero cuando logra tenerlo, ¡resulta ser mucho más de lo que había imaginado!

82 LEON DE BIBLIOTECA por Michelle Knudsen Resulta tan tierno este león que acude a la biblioteca y disfruta compartiendo con los niños un espacio dedicado a los libros. Y también muy tierno es el personaje de una bibliotecaria aturdida por la inesperada presencia del extraño lector, del que no dice nada el reglamento. Al final, el nuevo socio acaba encontrando su lugar, porque, tras esta imposible situación, este cuento nos recuerda lo que ya sabemos: que la biblioteca es un lugar abierto en el que cualquiera puede encontrar su espacio. Y si no lo crees, compruébalo mirando estas deliciosas ilustraciones. RESOURCES: 9IQNdNcAE

83 LEOPOLDO Y CASILDA Daniela Kulot Leopoldo tiene una mamá que se sienta con él al atardecer y le cuenta cuentos maravillosos......Casilda tiene un papá que le ata un lacito en el pelo todas las mañanas. Daniela Kulot nos cuenta la historia de una doble amistad: la de Leopoldo y Casilda, y la de sus respectivos madre y padre. Pequeños y adultos disfrutan de la compañía mutua y construyen poco a poco los cimientos de una nueva familia.

84 FREDERICK por Leo Lionni Se acerca el invierno y todos los ratones de campo, excepto Frederick, están muy ocupados recogiendo alimentos para los fríos meses que se avecinan. Como siempre ha sido un soñador, Frederick prepara una sorpresa que calentará el corazón y alimentará el espíritu de sus amigos cuando más lo necesiten.. RECURSOS(EN INGLES): -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGw dwvkn0Cwhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGw dwvkn0Cw -http://www.mermaidtheatre.ns.ca/repe rtory/swimmy/Leo%20Lionni%20- %20a%20resource%20guide%20for%20t eachers.pdfhttp://www.mermaidtheatre.ns.ca/repe rtory/swimmy/Leo%20Lionni%20- %20a%20resource%20guide%20for%20t eachers.pdf -http://www.englishexercises.org/makea game/viewgame.asp?id=5797http://www.englishexercises.org/makea game/viewgame.asp?id=5797 -http://www.teachingchildrenphilosophy. org/wiki/Frederickhttp://www.teachingchildrenphilosophy. org/wiki/Frederick

85 FROGGYS DAY WITH DAD by Jonathan London t's Father's Day at last, and Froggy is so-o- o excited. "We're going to play golf!" he tells his dad. Oh no. Dad says Froggy's too little for golf. "But you're just the right size to play miniature golf!" he explains. At the fun park, Froggy discovers mini golf is fun&150especially once he figures out how to face the right way. With his beginners' luck, Froggy makes a hole in one! But his next shot hits his dad on the head&150bonk!&150and that's only the beginning. All ends well, though, when Froggy presents his dad with a special coffee mug he decorated in school: To the Best Dad I Ever Had! RESOURCES: - oks.htm

86 FROGGY FIRST KISS by Jonathan London He can't even think straight when she's around. When Frogilina smiles at him through the monkey bars, Froggy falls smack on his head-bonk! So with Valentine's Day just a week away, Froggy gets busy making an extra-special valentine. The fifth book about the irrepressible Froggy, this is sure to keep children giggling with delight. An IRA- CBC Children's Choice Book RESOURCES: -http:/doodlebugsteaching.blogspot.com/ 2012/02/froggys-first-kiss-mini-unit.html -http://thepicturebookteachersedition.bl ogspot.com/2012/01/froggys-first- kiss.htmlhttp://thepicturebookteachersedition.bl ogspot.com/2012/01/froggys-first- kiss.html -http://www.abcteach.com/free/b/bk_fro ggysfirstkiss.pdfhttp://www.abcteach.com/free/b/bk_fro ggysfirstkiss.pdf -http://www.teachingheart.net/froggyb ooks.htmhttp://www.teachingheart.net/froggyb ooks.htm

87 LETS GO FROGGY by Jonathan London A read-aloud story featuring bright, full-color illustrations presents the amusing tale of Froggy as he prepares, plans, and packs for a day of picnicking with father. RESOURCES: - books.htm

88 FROGGYS BEST CHRISTMAS by Jonathan London Froggy has never celebrated Christmas; usually he's taking his long winter's nap. But not this year! Froggy's best friend, Max the beaver, wakes him up to join the fun. Soon, Froggy's gotten into the swing of things: finding a tree, wrapping presents, singing carols, and enjoying a holiday feast. Join Froggy as he celebrates his very first, and very best, Christmas! RESOURCES: - m

89 FROGGY GOES TO CAMP by Jonathan London Froggy's off to camp! He packs a lot into one week: archery lessons, food fights, and scary stories around the campfire. But only Froggy could also manage to lose his trunks during swim class and overturn his kayak with the camp director in it. Froggy will keep his fans laughing with his latest antics. RESOURCES: - books.htm

90 FROGGY RIDES A BIKE by Jonathan London Froggy just got his very first bike, and it?s exactly what he wanted. Almost. Finishing touches like a bell and a horn have to be added before Froggy is ready to ride. Then, surrounded by cheering friends, Froggy starts to pedal. Oops! He falls off. He tries again. Oops! Riding a bike is hard! After a long day, and a few bumps and bruises, Froggy finally learns to ride?and once he does, he can?t wait to go again. Froggy Rides a Bike is a reassuring reminder that practice makes perfect?and it?s sure to make kids eager to learn to ride on their own. RESOURCES: - books.htm

91 FROGGYS HALLOWEEN by Jonathan London Froggy needs a Halloween costume. But what should he be? He could be Super Frog, faster than a dragonfly, stronger than a bullfrog! Maybe he should be something scarier, like Vampire Frog! Finally, Froggy knows just what to be. With a zwoosh!, a zup!, and a zunk!, Froggy is dressed and ready to go trick-or-treating-as the Frog Prince. Froggy's new costume is perfect, until Princess Frogilina spots him! Uh-oh, looks like this could be the scariest Halloween ever! ACTIVITIES: - books.htm

92 FROGGY PLAYS SOCCER by Jonathan London It's the day of the big game, and Froggy is ready. His soccer team is playing the Wild Things for the City Cup. All Froggy has to do is remember the rule: "Head it! Boot it! Knee it! Shoot it! BUT DON'T USE YOUR HANDS!" But Froggy's busy doing cartwheels and picking daisies. Uh oh, Froggy! Here comes the ball! Budding soccer players and Froggy's many fans will welcome Froggy's latest hilarious adventure. RESOURCES: - books.htm

93 FROGGY PLAYS IN THE BAND by Jonathan London Here comes Froggy's marching band, led by the one and only Frogilina. Froggy and his pals are sure they can win the big prize in the Apple Blossom Parade, even though they haven't been playing together very long. They just need to remember the rules: Don't look left. Don't look right. And DON'T STOP FOR ANYTHING! But when Froggy's around,things never go quite as planned... RESOURCES: - books.htm

94 FROGGYS SLEEPOVER by Jonathan London Froggy is sleeping over at Maxs house for the first time! He packs his sleeping bag, his pillow, his pajamas, and even his toothbrush. Now, hes ready to flop flop flop off to Maxs house. But then Froggy decides it would be a good idea to go back to his own house. So off they goshloop! Then Max gets a tummy ache and wants to go back to his own house. So off they goshloop! Back and forth they go between the two houses. Froggys Sleepover is sure to dissolve any sleepover worries into giggles as Froggy and Max delight young readers with sleepover fun. RESOURCES: - books.htm

95 FROGGY EATS OUT by Jonathan London It's a special occasion, so Froggy and his parents are going to eat dinner in a fancy restaurant. When they arrive at the restaurant, Froggy's mom has a few rules for him: "Be neat, be quiet, and don't put your feet on the table." But it's so hard for Froggy to sit still. He fidgets, he squirms, and he sssllluuuurrrrpppps his spaghetti. Then he spots Frogilina across the restaurant-now it's impossible for Froggy to follow the rules! RESOURCES: - books.htm

96 FROGGY BAKES A CAKE by Jonathan London It's Froggy's mother's birthday, and Froggy wants to bake her birthday cake all by himself. He gathers the chocolate, the sugar, the eggs, the flour, and pretty soon, Froggy has all the ingredients he needs to make?a big mess! Jonathan London and Frank Remkiewicz have collaborated on the six previous Froggy books, and they've cooked up another winner here, sweetened with generous helpings of Froggy humor and charm. RESOURCES: - books.htm

97 FROGGY LEARNS TO SWIM by Jonathan London Frogs are supposed to be great swimmers. "Not me!" says Froggy, who's afraid of the water. But with a little encouragement, some practice, and the help of a silly song or two, Froggy becomes an expert frog-kicker! Full color. RESOURCES: - books.htm

98 FROGGY GOES TO BED by Jonathan London It's time for bed! Not if Froggy has his way! Even after a long day of playing, Froggy's still not tired. His bath is ready, but first Froggy has to find his boat. And where are his pajamas? And how did his toothbrush get into the cookie jar? Oh, Frrooggyy! Now it's time to go to sleep, right? But Froggy can't sleep without a bedtime story! Join Froggy as he hops, flops, and zips from one familiar bedtime ritual to another. RESOURCES: - books.htm

99 FROGGY GOES TO THE DOCTOR by Jonathan London Froggy is going to the doctor for a checkup, and he?s feeling a little nervous. ?What if the doctor wants to give me a shot?? he thinks. He worries as he dresses and then he can?t sit still in the waiting room. Finally, it?s time to go in and change for his exam, but... OOOPS! He?s forgotten his underwear! And that?s just the beginning of Froggy?s hilarious doctor visit that ends reassuringly with a gold star and a lollipop. RESOURCES: - books.htm

100 PUT ME IN THE ZOO by Robert Lopshire A hilarious story for a first-grade pupil to read. Shows that reading can be fun even if the vocabulary is very limited. RESOURCES: -http://www.makinglearningfun.co m/themepages/PutmeintheZoo.ht mhttp://www.makinglearningfun.co m/themepages/PutmeintheZoo.ht m -http://www.123child.com/UBB/sh owthread.php?8035-quot-Put-Me- in-the-Zoo-quot-preschool-lesson- planshttp://www.123child.com/UBB/sh owthread.php?8035-quot-Put-Me- in-the-Zoo-quot-preschool-lesson- plans

101 MY TOOTH IS ABOUT TO FALL OUT by Grace Maccarone It wobbles. It wiggles. It joggles. It jiggles. The creators of the bestseller Itchy, Itchy Chicken Pox are back with a fun-filled Level 1 Hello Reader! about a young girl who's about to loose her first tooth. An irresistible easy-to-read book that will delight parents and children alike.

102 BOOM, BABY, BOOM, BOOM by Margaret Mahy Full of the rhythmic verve of the best picture books for young readers, "Boom, Baby, Boom, Boom!" uses inventive, onomatopoetic sounds and bright, bold pictures to tell the story of a happy mother serving lunch to a baby who may not be very hungry after all. This romp of a text, paired with beguiling illustrations, is sure to get enthusiastic response--and even invite lots of listener participation. RESOURCES - icka_chicka_boom_boom.html NEW!

103 THE MAN WHOSE MOTHER WAS A PIRATE Margaret Mahy Sam is an ordinary person who wears an ordinary suit and ordinary shoes. He works in an ordinary, neat office writing down figures all day and underlining them. But Sam's mother is definitely not an ordinary woman, Sam's mother is a pirate and she wants to sweep him away to sea.

104 CUANDO ERA NIÑO SOÑABA… por Justin Mattot ¿Se trata de un hombre corriente que cuenta historias increíbles? O quizá... ni siquiera sean historias. Según vayas pasando las páginas conocerás sus sueños, empezarás a preguntarte si son simples fantasías, o tal vez son las historias de la vida impresionante de un pequeño hombre con bastón, que vive la vida sin pretensiones...

105 THE GINGERBREAD MAN In this beloved tale, the Gingerbread Man escapes from the oven and has to outrun all the creatures that try to catch him! Children will eagerly continue reading to see if he is able to avoid the clever fox or if he will end up as an afternoon snack. RESOURCES: -http://www.dltk- teach.com/rhymes/gingerbread/index.htmhttp://www.dltk- teach.com/rhymes/gingerbread/index.htm -http://www.kidzone.ws/thematic/gingerbr ead/index.htmhttp://www.kidzone.ws/thematic/gingerbr ead/index.htm -http://www.enchantedlearning.com/storie s/folktale/gingerbreadman/http://www.enchantedlearning.com/storie s/folktale/gingerbreadman/ -http://pinterest.com/jnase1/gingerbread- man-activities-freebies-and-more/http://pinterest.com/jnase1/gingerbread- man-activities-freebies-and-more/ -http://www.sparklebox.co.uk/literacy/fair ytales/gingerbread- man.html#.UGXqeLTTrCchttp://www.sparklebox.co.uk/literacy/fair ytales/gingerbread- man.html#.UGXqeLTTrCc -http://www.hubbardscupboard.org/the_gi ngerbread_man.html NEW!http://www.hubbardscupboard.org/the_gi ngerbread_man.html

106 ELMER by David McKee Elmer the elephant is bright-colored patchwork all over. No wonder the other elephants laugh at him! If he were ordinary elephant color, the others might stop laughing. That would make Elmer feel better, wouldn't it? The surprising conclusion of David McKee's comical fable is a celebration of individuality and the power of laughter. RESOURCES: -http://www.sparklebox.co.uk/lite racy/stories/elmer.html#.UGXq8r TTrCchttp://www.sparklebox.co.uk/lite racy/stories/elmer.html#.UGXq8r TTrCc -http://www.thevirtualvine.com/e lmer.htmlhttp://www.thevirtualvine.com/e lmer.html

107 ELMER AND ROSE by David McKee Elmer celebrates the uniqueness of each individual when he meets a new girl elephant who happens to be pink! Grandpa Eldo asks Elmer and Wilbur to help a young elephant find her way back to her herd and they get a shock when they see she is pink! No wonder she is called Rose. But there is an even greater surprise in store when they reach her herd because every single one of them is pink! RESOURCES: -http://katiesliteraturelounge.blog spot.com/2010/06/elmer-and- rose.htmlhttp://katiesliteraturelounge.blog spot.com/2010/06/elmer-and- rose.html -http://digital- storytime.com/review.php?id=46 2http://digital- storytime.com/review.php?id=46 2

108 LA SORPRESA por Sylvia van Ommen Una silenciosa ovejita cubierta de esponjada lana decide trasquilarse despu s de medirse y te irse. Lleva la lana a hilar, se pone a tejer, envuelve su creaci n en un paquete y lo lleva, generosa, como regalo sorpresa. RESOURCES: -http://www.sylviavanommen.co m/sylviavanommen.com/welkom _-_bienvenue_-_welcome.htmlhttp://www.sylviavanommen.co m/sylviavanommen.com/welkom _-_bienvenue_-_welcome.html -http://leercontubebe.cl/wp- content/uploads/2012/01/La- sorpresa-Sylvia-van-Ommen.pdfhttp://leercontubebe.cl/wp- content/uploads/2012/01/La- sorpresa-Sylvia-van-Ommen.pdf

109 THE THREE BILLY GOATS GRUFF Traditional folk tale. Three billy goats want to cross the bridge to eat the lush green grass. A mean and nasty Troll lives under the bridge and wants to eat them. Will they cross the bridge or will the troll get them first.... RESOURCES: -http://www.sparklebox.co.uk/lite racy/fairytales/three-billy-goats- gruff.html#.UGnAP7TTrCchttp://www.sparklebox.co.uk/lite racy/fairytales/three-billy-goats- gruff.html#.UGnAP7TTrCc -http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=OO-5KgcfHmIhttp://www.youtube.com/watch? v=OO-5KgcfHmI -http://www.hubbardscupboard.o rg/three_billy_goats_gruff.html NEW!http://www.hubbardscupboard.o rg/three_billy_goats_gruff.html

110 JACK AND THE BEANSTALK Between the pages of the Brighter Child(R) Keepsake Stories books are the classic tales of magic, imagination, and inspiration that will delight children again and again. From the hard-working Red Hen to the foolish Gingerbread Man, these stories will capture children's interest and spark their imagination page after page, inspiring a lifelong love of literature and reading. Each book includes 32 pages of fresh, captivating illustrations RESOURCES: - /stories/misc-jackandthebeanstalk/ - /fairytales/jack-and-the- beanstalk.html

111 NIÑOS DE AMERICA por Francisca Palacios Carmen, Marcelino, Lupita, Martín y otros muchos son los niños que viven en distintos países de América. A través de versos e ilustraciones nos tienden la mano y nos invitan a incorporarnos a la ronda de sus experiencias, sueños y anhelos

112 KIWALA CONOCE EL MAR por Ana María Pavez Kiwala es una llama que decide bajar desde las montañas a conocer el mar. En su camino se unen el Cóndor, el Puma y la Serpiente. La llegada al mar les causa una inmensa sorpresa. - Premio de ilustración Bienal de Bratislava 2001.

113 EL NIÑO DEL PLOMO por Ana María Pavez Hace 500 años atrás, en el Imperio Inka, en ciertas ocasiones especiales se realizaba la ceremonia de la Capacocha. Cauri Pacssa fue uno de los niños elegidos para ser ofrendado en una de estas ceremonias.

114 FLORA, CUENTOS ANDINOS por Ana María Pavez Flora recibe un libro que le dejó su abuela al morir. Gracias a él emprende un viaje donde descubre los secretos y las leyendas de las plantas andinas. Junto a Flora los niños podrán conocer el algarrobo, el cactus, la añañuca, la araucaria, el canelo, el copihue, el arrayán y el mechay.

115 ANIMALES, CUENTOS CHILENOS por Ana María Pavez En este libro se presentan breves historias de diferentes animales de Chile. El quirquincho, el flamenco y el guanaco son algunos de ellos, los que viven pequeñas aventuras.

116 LOS ESPIRITUS SELKNAM por Ana María Pavez Los Selknam u Onas contaban que al principio de su historia eran las mujeres las que gobernaban a los hombres. Para mantener dominados a los hombres las mujeres representaban espíritus temibles y malévolos. Así los hombres se mantenían sometidos, hasta que un día uno de ellos descubre la farsa.

117 LO INAUDITO DE PEPITO por Pepe Pelayo ¿Cómo actuará Pepito supersticioso? ¿Será de esos niños muy asustados o de esos muy graciosos? ¿Qué tendrán que ver las matemáticas con sus supersticiones? Las respuestas a estas y otras preguntas las obtendrás riéndote al leer Lo inaudito de Pepito porque es humor, literatura y matemática al estilo del personaje Pepito.

118 THE RAINBOW FISH by Marcus Pfister If you read this very popular book just before bed, and the light is still on in the hallway, you can make the rainbow scales glitter on the page, and realize why the Rainbow Fish was so proud of his beautiful decoration. Sometimes, though, being too proud of outside beauty can blind a fish, or a child (or even, heaven forbid, a parent) to the beauty people hold inside. That's the lesson of this simple tale, imported from Switzerland. It's a useful one for future sneaker and designer clothing shoppers, for rainbow fish--and for quieter, plainer minnows, too. RESOURCES: -http://themes.atozteacherstuff.com/118/the- rainbow-fish-lesson-plans-activities-ideas/http://themes.atozteacherstuff.com/118/the- rainbow-fish-lesson-plans-activities-ideas/ -http://www.dltk- teach.com/books/rainbowfish/index.htmhttp://www.dltk- teach.com/books/rainbowfish/index.htm -http://momitforward.com/rainbow-fish-kids-craft- activity-to-teach-sharing-and-giving -http://storylineonline.net/rainbowfish/storyline_r ainbowfish.pdfhttp://storylineonline.net/rainbowfish/storyline_r ainbowfish.pdf -http://www.ugglug.com/rainbowfish.htmlhttp://www.ugglug.com/rainbowfish.html -http://www.sparklebox.co.uk/literacy/stories/rain bow-fish.html#.UGm6orTTrCc

119 UNA NOCHE, UN GATO por Yvan Pommaux Todos los papás gato esperas angustiados la noche que sus hijos salen solos de casa por primera vez. No se lo impiden es una regla de oro...pero a veces están tan nerviosos que les siguen a distancia.

120 LILIA por Yvan Pommaux En esta segunda aventura policial, John Chatterton se ve envuelto en una trama que hace pensar en otra historia célebre: la desaparición de una joven hijastar con cabellos negros como el ébano, labios rojos como la sangre y la piel blanca como el lirio... Sólo que en esta versión es la madrasta quien contrata la ayuda del gato detective. ¿Cuáles otras intrigas habrá tras de la desaparición de Lilia?

121 SUEÑO INTERMINABLE por Yvan Pommaux Este cuento te puede sonar a uno que te contaron cuando eras pequeño, pero el ilustrador te hace una propuesta desafiante. Crea un escenario distinto y el cuento se convierte en otro, aunque sigue siendo el mismo. Ahora importa mucho lo que ves y no sólo lo que sabes. Es un cuento antiguo transformado a un lenguaje del siglo XXI. Acepta el reto. No es un libro para ver una sola vez, permite muchas lecturas, porque hay muchos detalles en este escenario. Todo empezó en un café parisino que se llamaba Grimm...

122 GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS The Three Bears are in for quite a surprise when they return home and realize that a curious blonde girl has made herself at home in their cottage! Beautifully illustrated, this classic tale will capture children's interest and spark their imagination page after page, encouraging a love of reading that is vital to success in school and life. RESOURCES: -http://www.first- school.ws/activities/fairytales/3be ars.htmhttp://www.first- school.ws/activities/fairytales/3be ars.htm -http://learnenglishkids.britishcoun cil.org/en/short-stories/goldilocks- and-the-three-bearshttp://learnenglishkids.britishcoun cil.org/en/short-stories/goldilocks- and-the-three-bears -http://www.dltk- teach.com/rhymes/goldilocks_stor y.htmhttp://www.dltk- teach.com/rhymes/goldilocks_stor y.htm

123 LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD After arriving for a visit, Little Red Riding Hood discovers her beloved grandmother looks oddly like the sly wolf she met along the way! Beautifully illustrated, this classic tale will capture children's interest and spark their imagination page after page, encouraging a love of reading that is vital to success in school and life! Activities es/ridinghood.html short-stories/little-red-riding-hood

124 BUENAS NOCHES GORILA por Peggy Rathmann Una noche, el gorila robó las llaves al vigilante del zoo. Al tiempo que el vigilante deseaba buenas noches a cada animal, el gorila abría la puerta de sus jaulas, liberando a sus amigos. Esta historia está narrada mediante imágenes donde resaltan los colores vivos y las simpáticas sonrisas de los animales. Este cuento te sorprenderá, haciéndote pasar un rato divertido y emocionante. RESOURCES: -http://www.first- school.ws/activities/books/animals /wild/gngorilla.htmhttp://www.first- school.ws/activities/books/animals /wild/gngorilla.htm -http://learningenglish- esl.blogspot.com/2010/08/good- night-gorilla-printables.htmlhttp://learningenglish- esl.blogspot.com/2010/08/good- night-gorilla-printables.html -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =sfsd3Z-dks8http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =sfsd3Z-dks8

125 ANIMALES CHILENOS por Loreto Salinas En Animales chilenos cada animal tiene una página completa en la que podremos encontrar su nombre en español e inglés. También hay información en cuanto a su estado de conservación, a qué grupo animal pertenece, el medio en el que se desarrolla y el tamaño que tiene en relación con una persona de estatura media. En la segunda parte del libro, encontraremos fichas de cada animal indicando el nombre científico, distribución geográfica, hábitat y alimentación. Además, trae un mapa despegable con la ubicación de cada una de las especies sobre todo el territorio de Chile, y un glosario de términos para comprender mejor las descripciones de cada animal.

126 EL SAPO QUE NO QUERIA COMER Martha Sastrias La reina Tortuga invita al rey Sapo a un banquete y le ofrece manjares. El sapo rechaza todos los manjares y parece enfermo. Llaman inútilmente a doctores y hechiceros hasta que se descubre que el rey Sapo sólo come insectos.

127 HOP ON POP by Dr. Seuss A condensed, board book version of the classic bestseller, perfect for babies and toddlers. Introduces the youngest readers to the wonderful world of Seussian word play. RESOURCES -http://www.apples4theteacher.co m/holidays/dr-seuss- birthday/printables/hop-on- pop.htmlhttp://www.apples4theteacher.co m/holidays/dr-seuss- birthday/printables/hop-on- pop.html -http://beginningreadinghelp.blogs pot.com/2012/03/teach-phonics- rules-with-hop-on-pop-cv.htmlhttp://beginningreadinghelp.blogs pot.com/2012/03/teach-phonics- rules-with-hop-on-pop-cv.html -http://www.seussville.com/Educat ors/educatorClassroomResources. php?id=printables&pdfbook=Hop %20On%20Pophttp://www.seussville.com/Educat ors/educatorClassroomResources. php?id=printables&pdfbook=Hop %20On%20Pop

128 THE CAT IN THE HAT by Seuss, Dr. Dr. Seusss The Cat in the Hat replaced the Dick and Jane basal readers in the late 1950s. Theodore Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, was passionate about childhood literacy, and he used his popularity as a platform for raising awareness. Spaulding, a publishing company that later worked with Dr. Seuss, took note of his work and commissioned him to write stories that would appeal to young readers. Spaulding identified 348 words that every six-year old should know, and from that list, Dr. Seuss wrote The Cat in the Hat (Wikipedia, 2011). The book is comprised of 236 words, and 223 of those come from Spauldings list of six-year old words (Wikipedia, 2011). This book became popular with young readers because it was easy to read, and the plot was exciting. RESOURCES - birthday/printables/cat-in-the-hat.html -http://www.seussville.com/Educators/educatorCITHL earningLibrary.phphttp://www.seussville.com/Educators/educatorCITHL earningLibrary.php

129 FOX IN SOCKS by Dr.Seuss Fox in Socks is a children's book by Dr. Seuss, first published in It features two main characters, Fox (an anthropomorphic fox) and Knox, who speak almost entirely in densely rhyming tongue-twisters. RESOURCES -http://www.apples4theteacher.co m/holidays/dr-seuss- birthday/printables/fox-in- sox.htmlhttp://www.apples4theteacher.co m/holidays/dr-seuss- birthday/printables/fox-in- sox.html

130 GREEN EGGS AND HAM by Dr. Seuss A character known as "Sam I Am" pesters an unnamed character to taste a bizarre-looking dish of green eggs and ham. He declines, claiming to dislike green eggs and ham. However, the persistent Sam I Am will not cease following him around and trying to encourage him to try the green eggs and ham, asking him if he will sample the dish if he does it in various locations (like a boat or a house) and with an assortment of dining partners (like a goat or a mouse). At the end, the unnamed character gives in to Sam I Am's pestering and takes a bite of green eggs and ham, which he finds he does indeed like. RESOURCES olidays/dr-seuss- birthday/printables/green-eggs-and- ham.html

131 ONE FISH TWO FISH by Dr. Seuss One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish is a 1960 children's book by Dr. Seuss. A simple rhyming book for learner readers, it is a book with a freewheeling plot about a boy and a girl, and the many amazing creatures they have for friends and pets. One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish was part of the Beginner Book Video series which included Oh, the Thinks You Can Think! and The Foot Book. Rik Mayall narrated this story as part of a HarperCollins audiobook that also includes The Lorax, Dr. Seuss's ABC and How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Based on a 2007 online poll, the National Education Association named the book one of its "Teachers' Top 100 Books for Children. RESOURCES -http://www.seussville.com/Educat ors/educatorClassroomResources. php?id=printableshttp://www.seussville.com/Educat ors/educatorClassroomResources. php?id=printables

132 SKIPPYJONJONES IN THE DOG HOUSE by Judy Schachner Though he`s a Siamese kitten, Skippyjon Jones is pretty sure he`s a bird. After all, he shares their nest at night and a breakfast of worms, much to his mother`s dismay. With a teeny, tiny body, and a big head crowned by absolutely enormous ears, this dreamy fellow turns to his secret identity after he`s banished to his room. A powerful firebrand, clothed in a mask and green cape, El Skippito is certain he can save a gang of distressed Mexican Chihuahuas from a huge bumble-beeto. With spirited enthusiasm, the kitty plunges headfirst into a rip- roaring adventure that ends up involving the whole family. Accompanied by glowing, energetic pastels. RESOURCES -http://www.teachervision.fen.com/childrens- book/printable/64226.htmlhttp://www.teachervision.fen.com/childrens- book/printable/64226.html -http://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/publis hersoffice/screeningroom/0609/penguinstorytim e/episode2.html#vmix_media_id= http://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/publis hersoffice/screeningroom/0609/penguinstorytim e/episode2.html#vmix_media_id= http://www.skippyjonjones.comhttp://www.skippyjonjones.com

133 SKYPPYJONJONES COSTUME CRAZEE by Judy Schachner In this new adventure, Skippyjon Jones is trying to figure out what to wear for Halloween. None of his friends' suggestions are quite right, but then Skippyjon comes up with the perfect idea. RESOURCES -http://www.teachervision.fen.com /childrens- book/printable/64226.htmlhttp://www.teachervision.fen.com /childrens- book/printable/64226.html -http://us.penguingroup.com/static /pages/publishersoffice/screeningr oom/0609/penguinstorytime/epis ode2.html#vmix_media_id= http://us.penguingroup.com/static /pages/publishersoffice/screeningr oom/0609/penguinstorytime/epis ode2.html#vmix_media_id= http://www.skippyjonjones.comhttp://www.skippyjonjones.com

134 SKYPPYJONJONES THE GREAT BEAN CAPER by Judy Schachner So, lets say its your turn to make dinner tonight. What would you serve? Would you make mac-n-cheese with extra cheese, or are you more of a tacos kind of kid? Would everybody get a bowl of ice cream, or would you make a turkey dinner with potatoes and stuffing? Maybe pizza is your favorite dish, and you would make the biggest one you could with all your favorite toppings. Skippyjon Jones loves frijoles most of all, and as youll see in the book Skippyjon Jones: The Great Bean Caper by Judy Schachner, just fixing a meal can be an adventure. RESOURCES -http://www.teachervision.fen.com/childre ns-book/printable/64226.htmlhttp://www.teachervision.fen.com/childre ns-book/printable/64226.html -http://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/ publishersoffice/screeningroom/0609/pen guinstorytime/episode2.html#vmix_medi a_id= http://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/ publishersoffice/screeningroom/0609/pen guinstorytime/episode2.html#vmix_medi a_id= http://www.skippyjonjones.comhttp://www.skippyjonjones.com

135 SKYPPYJONJONESAY CARD- RAMBA by Judy Schachner Combine our bestselling Sticker Stories format with our bestselling character and say "Ay caramba, mucho fun!" In this adventure, Skippyjon Jones has a brilliant idea for an arts and crafts project, which soon turns into a muy loco adventure! A new pink cover background spices up this book and makes it the perfect activity book for Valentine's Day. RESOURCES -http://www.teachervision.fen.com/c hildrens-book/printable/64226.htmlhttp://www.teachervision.fen.com/c hildrens-book/printable/64226.html -http://us.penguingroup.com/static/p ages/publishersoffice/screeningroom /0609/penguinstorytime/episode2.ht ml#vmix_media_id= http://us.penguingroup.com/static/p ages/publishersoffice/screeningroom /0609/penguinstorytime/episode2.ht ml#vmix_media_id= http://www.skippyjonjones.comhttp://www.skippyjonjones.com

136 SKYPPYJONJONES A SURPRISE FOR MAMA by Judy Schachner Interact with Skippyjon Jones in his first Sticker Stories! Skippyjon Jones wants to show Mama Junebug Jones just how much he loves her by giving her the perfect present. A card? Her favorite meal? Young readers will love to interact with the story by adding different stickers to each spread. RESOURCES -http://www.teachervision.fen.com /childrens- book/printable/64226.htmlhttp://www.teachervision.fen.com /childrens- book/printable/64226.html -http://us.penguingroup.com/static /pages/publishersoffice/screeningr oom/0609/penguinstorytime/epis ode2.html#vmix_media_id= http://us.penguingroup.com/static /pages/publishersoffice/screeningr oom/0609/penguinstorytime/epis ode2.html#vmix_media_id= http://www.skippyjonjones.comhttp://www.skippyjonjones.com

137 SKYPPYJONJONES by Judy Schachner My name is Skippito Friskito. I fear not a single bandito. My manners are mellow, I'm sweet like the Jell-O, I get the job done, yes indeed-o. Skippyjon Jones is no ordinary kitten. Oh, no....He's actually El Skippito, a great sword-fighter ready to battle banditos the world over! With a little imagination and a whole lot of fun, this frisky cat dons a mask and cape and takes on a bad bumble-beeto to save the day. And along the way, he'll be sure to steal young reader's hearts, yes indeed-o! RESOURCES -http://www.teachervision.fen.com/childrens- book/printable/64226.htmlhttp://www.teachervision.fen.com/childrens- book/printable/64226.html -http://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/publi shersoffice/screeningroom/0609/penguinstoryt ime/episode2.html#vmix_media_id= http://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/publi shersoffice/screeningroom/0609/penguinstoryt ime/episode2.html#vmix_media_id= http://www.skippyjonjones.comhttp://www.skippyjonjones.com

138 LA MAMA DE LA MAMA DE MI MAMA por Alejandra Schmidt "Este libro nos muestra el proceso del fin de la vida y el inicio de otra.... Por un lado, la mirada de la niña nos conecta con la percepcion que los mas pequeños tienen con los adultos mayores.... Por el otro lado, la mirada de la bisabuela, real, sincera y directa, nos muestra su experiencia de envejecer....."

139 THE THREE LITTLE PIGS Once there were three very peculiar, little pigs. They were brothers. One brother loved to eat, one loved to sing and dance. The other brother was, well he was practical. On this particular day two of the pigs, Higgle and Niggle, were getting ready to build their new houses…. Activities: hree-little-pigs.html#.UGXrNbTTrCc ittle-red-riding-hood.html#.UGXrZbTTrCc

140 AFRICA, PEQUEÑO CHAKA… por Marie Sellier Chaka le pide a su abuelo que le hable de Africa y Papá Dembo le habla de sus padres, de su amigo Lawali-el- impulsivo, de la aldea y del pastoreo, de los espiritus y de la magia, de sus antepasados y de la muerte. Incluye hermosas ilustraciones y fotografías del arte africano..

141 QUE NIÑO MAS LENTO por Lucía Serrano Néstor vive a su ritmo, no parece importarle lo que los demás le digan. Hasta que un día el Tam, tam, tam desaparece.

142 EL CASTILLO DE ROCA TACAÑA por Gerónimo Stilton Tío Milordo, el ratón más tacaño de Ratonia, me había invitado a su castillo para asistir a la boda de su hijo Virgilio con Cloaquita Pestoseta- Tufarada. El castillo estaba rodeado de un foso lleno de agua pestilente. <>, dijo Trampita… ¿Quién es Geronimo Stilton? ¡Soy yo! Soy un tipo distraído, con la cabeza en las nubes... Dirijo un periódico, pero mi verdadera pasión es escribir. ¡Aquí en Ratonia, en la Isla de los Ratones, todos mis libros son unos bestsellers! Pero ¿cómo?, ¿no los conocéis? Son esas historias cómicas, tan tiernas como un queso de bola, tan gustosas como un gorgonzola y tan entretenidas como contarle los agujeros a una loncha de gruyer... En definitiva, historias morrocotudas, ¡palabra de Geronimo Stilton!

143 LA CARRERA MAS LOCA DEL MUNDO por Gerónimo Stilton Cuando Pinky le anunció a Geronimo que el nuevo patrocinador del periódico juvenil Sensacional era la marca de patines Cuando te caes daño te haces, no podía ser un buen augurio. ¿Patines cohete? ¿Qué invento era ése? Pero Geronimo pronto lo comprobaría en su propio pelaje. Pinky lo había anotado en la carrera más loca del mundo, organizada por el nuevo patrocinador. Vértigo, velocidad, riesgo y disparate son algunas de las sensaciones que experimentó Stilton en cada una de las etapas, de las que salió, accidentalmente, vencedor. ¡Con lo bien que se estaba en casa!

144 EL PEQUEÑO LIBRO DE LA PAZ por Gerónimo Stilton Una tarea de Benjamín, sobrino de Gerónimo Stilton, hace que este simpático ratón intelectual nos introduzca en Ratonia, la Isla de los Ratones y que nos aporte muchas de sus ideas sobre la paz, la convivencia, el mundo, la diversidad, el medio ambiente y la participación. El cuento aborda estos temas de manera dinámica y entretenida, con ilustraciones y datos que permiten al niño interesarse y ampliar su comprensión sobre la paz. Al final del libro se ofrecen una serie de actividades y juegos que ayudan a llevar a la práctica los temas del cuento, relaciones afectivas, puntos de vista, compromiso individual, diversidad cultural.

145 EL MISTERIOSO CASO DE NOSTRARRATUS por Gerónimo Stilton Nostrarratus lo había predicho todo, incluida la Fecha del Fin del Mundo! Yo quería publicar el manuscrito, pero en Ratonkfurt, durante la Feria del Libro, ocurrió algo increible...¡Por mil gatos peludos!

146 ES ASÍ por Paloma Valdivia La vida es así, no hay más vueltas que darle. Unos vienen, otros se van. En este àlbum no hay historia pero se cuenta mucho, se habla de los que estamos, de los que partieron, de los que estan por venir... Con unas ilustraciones esquemàticas, pero amables, con mucha luz y alegría que desdramatizan lo que realmente se esta contando, la muerte se asume como ciclo de la vida. Los que se van se encuentran con los que viene y se desean buen viaje. El texto juega con los verbos "partir" y "llegar". Se intenta sensibilizar a los más pequeños (que siempre tienen muchas preguntas al respecto) respecto de la muerte y, también, a disfrutar mientras estemos aquí. No nos queda otra que aceptar que la vida es así.

147 EL CUENTO DEL PINGÜINO por Antonio Ventura Cuando el pingüino se encontró ante la puerta de la casa, lo único que supo hacer fue llamar a la puerta. Esperó pacientemente a que le abrieran, y como tardaban en abrir, consultó su reloj de cadena. Efectivamente, las agujas marcaban las cinco en punto; eso significaba que era la hora adecuada, en punto.

148 ZORRO por Margaret Wild Por el bosque calcinado, sobre la ceniza caliente, corre Perro con una Urraca sujeta en su boca grande y suave. La lleva hasta su cueva cerca del río y allí trata de curar su ala chamuscada; pero Urraca no quiere su ayuda. – Nunca más podré volar – susurra. – Lo sé – dice Perro. Una historia sobre discapacidad, diferencia y amistad.

149 WANGARI Y LOS ARBOLES DE LA PAZ por Jeanette Winter De pequeña, en Kenia, Wangari vive rodeada de árboles. Cuando crece comienza una masiva deforestación y Wangari teme que pronto todo el bosque sea destruido. Entonces decide sembrar nueve arbolitos. Así comienza la historia de Wangari Maathai, ambientalista y ganadora del Premio Nobel de la Paz.

150 LA BIBLIOTECARIA DE BASORA por Jeanette Winter Alia Muhammad Baker es la bibliotecaria de Basora. Durante 14 años su biblioteca fue un lugar de encuentro para todos aquellos que aman los libros. Hasta que empezó la invasión de Iraq. Esta es una historia real acerca de la lucha de la bibliotecaria por salvar el valioso fondo de la biblioteca y que nos recuerda a todos que, en el mundo entero, el amor por la literatura y el respeto por el conocimiento no conocen fronteras. A partir de 7 años. * Un libro basado en una historia real y actual (recogida en el año 2003 por el New York Times).

151 Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst From the moment he wakes up with gum in his hair, things just do not go Alexander's way. At breakfast, Alexander's brothers Nick and Anthony reach into their cereal boxes and pull out amazing prizes, while all Alexander ends up with is... cereal. The situation does not get any better at school, in fact it gets worse. No wonder Alexander wants to move to Australia! In Australia, everything is upside down, so maybe a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day can become a wonderful, terrific, really good day.

152 Who Says Moo? by Ruth Young Very young readers will delight in matching sounds and attributes to the appropriate creatures--which include a pig, a singing frog, and an orangutan who can hang by her toe--in this delightful book. Lively baby animals are rendered in bright colors and clearly defined shapes, making a perfect complement to the simple rhyming text. RESOURCES: -http://www.wpt5.org/education_a nd_parents/who-says-moohttp://www.wpt5.org/education_a nd_parents/who-says-moo -https://www.esl- library.com/blog/2010/12/18/who -says-moo/https://www.esl- library.com/blog/2010/12/18/who -says-moo/

153 White Rabbits Color Book by Alan Baker White Rabbit explores the magic of color with surprising results. RESOURCES: -http://us.macmillan.com/whiterab bitscolorbook/AlanBakerhttp://us.macmillan.com/whiterab bitscolorbook/AlanBaker

154 No, David! by David Shannon Parents will be quick to jump to the conclusion that there can be nothing appealing in a tale of an ugly kid who breaks things. And certainly--from that adult perspective--there's something off- putting about the illustrations of David, with his potato head, feral eyes, and a maniacal grin that exposes ferociously pointed teeth. But 3- and 4-year-olds see things differently, and will find his relentless badness both funny and liberating. "No, David," wails the off-stage mother, as David reaches for the cookie jar. "No! No! No!" as he makes a swamp out of the bathroom. "Come back here, David!" as he runs naked down the street. RESOURCE /08/no-david.html

155 Eating the Alphabet by Lois Ehlert Fruits & Vegetables from A to Z RESOURCES: -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =PVd87S_fsrkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v =PVd87S_fsrk

156 Animals should definitely not wear clothing by Judi Barret...because a snake would lose it, a billy goat would eat it for lunch, and it would always be wet on a walrus! This well-loved book by Judi and Ron Barrett shows the very youngest why animals' clothing is perfect...just as it is. RESOURCES: -http://www.teachervision.fen.com /lesson-plan/reading- comprehension/48612.htmlhttp://www.teachervision.fen.com /lesson-plan/reading- comprehension/48612.html

157 Abuelo y Los Tres Osos // Abuelo and The Three Bears by Jerry Tello Emilio's grandfather tells the story of the three bears in his own way, with the dark-haired Trencitas taking the place of Goldilocks and a wonderful ending that brings everyone together for a meal at her house. The flip-over format provides the story separately in each language, with a glossary at the end of the English section.

158 Hello World! By Manya Stojic Greetings in 42 Languages Around the Globe! This joyful book celebrates diversity while reminding us that a warm greeting can unite children everywhere!

159 Can You Say Peace? By Karen Katz Peace in different languages. RESOURCES: -http://www.klandskills.ca/famlit/r esources/rappmulti/Can%20You% 20Say%20Peace%20complete2.pdfhttp://www.klandskills.ca/famlit/r esources/rappmulti/Can%20You% 20Say%20Peace%20complete2.pdf

160 Always in Trouble by Corinne Demas "Emma's dog, Toby, was always in trouble. On Monday he got into the garbage. On Tuesday he ran into the road. On Wednesday he ate a loaf of bread that Emma's dad had just baked." No matter what day of the week it is, Toby's up to no good. His owner, Emma, doesn't know what to do! So she takes him to dog training school, where Ms. Katz teaches him everything a dog needs to know. By week's end, Toby has learned some surprising new tricks, leaving no doubt as to why he is top dog in Emma's eyes!

161 Bears New Friend by Karma Wilson Bear is going to the swimming hole, but first he must find his friends. There's a clatter in the tree! Is it Mouse? No... "Who?" calls Bear. Something quickly scampers by! Is it Hare? No... "Who?" calls Bear.

162 Bear Feels Scared by Karma Wilson The sun is setting and it's getting chilly, but Bear is not home and his friends are wondering if Bear has lost his way. Well friends don't let friends stay lost, so out into the cold march all the usual suspects. Wren, Owl and Raven take to the skies while Badger, Mole, and Mouse search on the ground. Pretty soon Bear is found, and once he's back in his cave, he feels quite safe with his friends all around. RESOURCES: - bear/scared.htm

163 Click, Clack, Moo, Cows That Type by Doreen Cronin Farmer Brown has a problem. His cows like to type. All day long he hears Click, clack, MOO. Clickety, clack, MOO. But Farmer Brown's problems REALLY begin when his cows start leaving him notes.... Doreen Cronin's understated text and Betsy Lewin's expressive illustrations make the most of this hilarious situation. Come join the fun as a bunch of literate cows turn Farmer Brown's farm upside down. RESOURCES: -http://pbskids.org/lions/cornerstones/click/http://pbskids.org/lions/cornerstones/click/ -http://www.octc.org/pdf/guides/click_rg.pdfhttp://www.octc.org/pdf/guides/click_rg.pdf -http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom- resources/lesson-plans/learning-about-word-families- 847.htmlhttp://www.readwritethink.org/classroom- resources/lesson-plans/learning-about-word-families- 847.html -http://mindfull.wordpress.com/2011/01/24/click- clack-moo-resources/http://mindfull.wordpress.com/2011/01/24/click- clack-moo-resources/

164 Buzzzzzzzzzzzzz Said the Bee by Wendy Lewison A beloved bestselling level 1 reader! A bee sits on Duck, and when duck QUACKS at it to scat, it doesn't listen! So Duck sits on Hen. Hilarity ensues as each animal sits on another. Beginning readers will love the accumulating progression and gain confidence in their skills! RESOURCES: -http://www.floridatechnet.org/vf f/pdf/Lessonplanning.pdfhttp://www.floridatechnet.org/vf f/pdf/Lessonplanning.pdf

165 Gus Gets Scared by Frank Remkiewicz From the best-selling illustrator of the FROGGY picture books. Gus has a new tent. He is going to camp out over night. Mom and Dad think Gus is very brave. But soon it gets dark and cold. The night is full of strange sounds. Gus is getting scared. What will he do? This Pre-Level 1 story introduces loveable rhino Gus with sweet, simple text that is perfect for brand-new readers.

166 Doctor Ted by Andrea Beaty and Pascal Lemaitre A bump on his knee, a class full of sniffles, a principal with foot odor and not a doctor to be found... Ted knows it is time to become Doctor Ted. Well, what else is a bear to do?

167 Commotion in the Ocean by Giles Andreae This chunky board book edition of a bestselling picture book is packed with favourite sea creatures. So come into the ocean for a noisy, rhyming animal romp your little ones will love! RESOURCES: -http://www.sparklebox.co.uk/liter acy/stories/commotion-in-the- ocean.html#.UGsnlrTTrCchttp://www.sparklebox.co.uk/liter acy/stories/commotion-in-the- ocean.html#.UGsnlrTTrCc -http://www.sparklebox.co.uk/topi c/living/ocean-life.htmlhttp://www.sparklebox.co.uk/topi c/living/ocean-life.html

168 If You Were a Penguin by Wendell and Florence Minor If you were a penguin... You could swim really fast and toboggan on ice. Sing a happy duet, once or twice. You could live on land but dive under the sea. There's a lot penguins can do, just like you and me! Wendell and Florence Minor create a charming tribute to all the playful fun and activity that comes with being a penguinwhich young readers can delight in too! RESOURCES -http://www.paonebook.org/archiv e/2009/pdf/activityguide.pdfhttp://www.paonebook.org/archiv e/2009/pdf/activityguide.pdf

169 If You Give A Mouse A Cookie by Laura Joffe If a hungry little traveler shows up at your house, you might want to give him a cookie. If you give him a cookie, he's going to ask for a glass of milk. He'll want to look in a mirror to make sure he doesn't have a milk mustache, and then he'll ask for a pair of scissors to give himself a trim.... The consequences of giving a cookie to this energetic mouse run the young host ragged, but young readers will come away smiling at the antics that tumble like dominoes through the pages of this delightful picture book. RESOURCES -http://www.kidssoup.com/ifyougiv emouse/if-you-give-a-mouse-a- cookie.htmlhttp://www.kidssoup.com/ifyougiv emouse/if-you-give-a-mouse-a- cookie.html

170 I Like Myself! by Karen Beaumont High on energy and imagination, this ode to self- esteem encourages kids to appreciate everything about themselves--inside and out. Messy hair? Beaver breath? So what! Here's a little girl who knows what really matters. At once silly and serious, Karen Beaumont's joyous rhyming text and David Catrow's wild illustrations unite in a book that is sassy, soulful--and straight from the heart. RESOURCES -http://www.mindworksresources.com/sample s/101107/i-like-myself.pdfhttp://www.mindworksresources.com/sample s/101107/i-like-myself.pdf

171 How Big is a Million? by Anna Milbourne A million is a very big number. But exactly how big? Pipkin the penguin wants to know just that. Come with him on a journey of discovery and you can see for yourself. RESOURCES: -http://nzmaths.co.nz/resource/how- big-million -http://literaturelinks- jen.blogspot.com/2008/11/how- big-is-million.htmlhttp://literaturelinks- jen.blogspot.com/2008/11/how- big-is-million.html

172 If Youre Happy and You Know It! By Jane Cabrera Clap along with silly monkey, stamp with enormous elephant, and roar out loud with lion! This popular nursery song comes alive with Jane Cabrera's zany animal paintings in a colorful sing-along action book that will put a smile on everyone's face. RESOURCES -http://www.esl- kids.com/songs/ifyourehappy.htmlhttp://www.esl- kids.com/songs/ifyourehappy.html

173 Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come! by Nancy Carlson The first day of kindergarten is finally here, and Henry can't wait to paint pictures, sing songs, and practice counting. When he gets to school, though, he's not so sure he's ready for kindergarten. But before long Henry discovers that the only thing he's not ready for is how much fun he's going to have at school! This gently humorous, encouraging story will give children about to enter kindergarten an extra boost of confidence. RESOURCES - books-a-book-activities/89- imagination-library/335.html

174 Mouses First Fall by Lauren Thompson Mouse and Minka enjoy the colors, shapes, and fun of fall leaves, including piling them up and jumping in! RESOURCES: -http://preschool2prek.blogspot.co m/2009/10/start-mouses-first- fall.htmlhttp://preschool2prek.blogspot.co m/2009/10/start-mouses-first- fall.html

175 Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner New for the fall season, this New York Times bestseller is now available in a sturdy board book edition, previously sold only through the gift set. Snowmen at Night reveals a wonderful wintertime secret--when we are sleeping, the snowmen are out playing! This exuberant, rhyming tale continues to delight young toddlers, as well as older readers, in a format that's just right for little hands.

176 My Lucky Day by Keiko Kasza When a delicious-looking piglet knocks on Mr. Fox's door "accidentally," the fox can hardly believe his good luck. It's not every day that dinner just shows up on your doorstep. It must be his lucky day! Or is it? Before Mr. Fox can say grace, the piglet has manipulated him into giving him a fabulously tasty meal, the full spa treatment (with bath and massage), and...freedom. RESOURCES: -http://www.spokenartsmedia.co m/StudyGuides/My%20Lucky%20 Day.pdfhttp://www.spokenartsmedia.co m/StudyGuides/My%20Lucky%20 Day.pdf

177 The Cloud Book by Tomie de Paola Introduces the ten most common types of clouds, the myths that have been inspired by their shapes, and what they can tell about coming weather changes.

178 The Doorbell Rang by Pat Hutchins Ma has made a dozen delicious cookies. It should be plenty for her two children. But then the doorbell rings -- and rings and rings.Each ring of the doorbell brings more friends to share the delicious cookies Ma has made."Refreshing, enjoyable and unpredictable." RESORUCES: -http://teachershare.scholastic.com /resources/11366#fragment-2http://teachershare.scholastic.com /resources/11366#fragment-2

179 The Boy Who Wouldnt Share by Mike Reiss Edward has oodles of toys but doesn't share any of them with his little sister, Claire. She cannot ride his rocking horse, hug his teddy bear, or even think about touching his Slinky. "They're mine!" he says. That is, until one day when Edward finds himself stuck under his enormous pile of toys and can't move! With a little help from an unlikely ally, he learns that if he can share with others, they'll share right back with him. RESOURCES: ne/Read&Do/Sharing/TheBoyWhoWo uldn'tShare.ai.pdf

180 What Will The Weather Be Like Today? By Paul Rogers This book features many major ecosys- tems of the world, including deserts, forests, grasslands, wetlands, oceans, and arctic tundras. An ecosystem is formed by the interaction of a commu- nity of organisms and its environment. This book focuses on a variety of differ- ent ecosystems and the weather that makes each system unique. With rhyming text. RESOURCES: - esson-plan/lets-learn-about-weather

181 They Thought They Saw Him by Craig Kee Strete Little chameleon sits on a brown branch, in the green leaves, in the tan sand, and on a golden rock. A snake, an owl, a fox and a boy all think they've seen him, but the chameleon never seems to be where they think he is. Craig Kee Strete and the popular illustrating team of Aruego and Dewey have created an irresistible bok about little chameleon's colorful escapes. Full color. RESOURCES - ocr/grade2/newunitpages/look_again/ powerpoints_look_again.html

182 All About Things People Do by Melanie & Chris Rice This lively, colorful introduction to the world of jobs and other activities is filled with full-color illustrations and easy-to-understand information. A book for children to enjoy many times over.

183 Tell Me, Tree by Gail Gibbons All about Trees for Kids.


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