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De Colores
#902. De Colores
De Colores
and Other Latin-American
Folk Songs for Children
Arranged by José-Luis Orozco
With lyrics in both English and Spanish, this festive book also contains simple arrangements for piano, voice, and guitar. A real treat for children, parents and abuelitos alike!
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Oh No, Gotta Go!
#906. Oh No, Gotta Go!
 Oh, No! Gotta Go!
by Susan Middleton Elya
illustrated by G. Brian Karas
 
A hilarious bilingual children's book written about a topic that ALL children can relate to. Joyfully written and illustrated. Quick to become a child's favorite. English text with Spanish words embedded. 
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Diez Deditos
#908. Diez Deditos
Diez Deditos
and Other Play Rhymes
and Action Songs
Arranged by José-Luis Orozco
A fantastic collection of Latin American finger rhymes and songs, this book is filled with vibrant illustrations as well as music notations. Available in paperback and hardback editions.
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Te Amo, Sol    Te Amo, Luna
#914. Te Amo, Sol Te Amo, Luna
Te Amo, Sol
Te Amo, Luna
by Karen Pandell
Illustrated by Tomie dePaola
 
A Latin Baby favorite, Te Amo, Sol is beautifully illustrated by Tomie dePaola and simply written by Karen Pandell to introduce basic concepts to infants. Spanish only.
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Buenas Noches, Gorila
#917. Buenas Noches, Gorila
Buenas Noches, Gorila
by Peggy Rathmann
 
This Spanish version of an English classic will capture your child's heart instantly!
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¿Quién fue Thomas Alva Edison?
#955. ¿Quién fue Thomas Alva Edison?
¿Quién fue Thomas Alva Edison?
by Margaret Frith
 
One day in 1882, Thomas Edison flipped a switch that lit up lower Manhattan with incandescent light and changed the way people live ever after. The electric light bulb was only one of thousands of Edison's inventions, illuminated in John O'Brien's wonderful black-and-white illustrations. Spanish version.
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