Caja compuesta por 9 libros pequeños de cartón a color, dirigidos a los más pequeños y muy adecuados para reconocer palabras, enriquecer el vocabulario y empezar a leer. Los contenidos que se trabajan son los siguientes: la ropa, los números, los juguetes, los alimentos, los animales, los sonidos, la casa, los colores y las formas.
Everyone is in a hurry! Cowboy Kid, Princess Penelope, Daddy, Big Chief Charlie, Wanda Broomstick.... But where are they all going? A great story with bright and quirky illustrations and a surprise ending, Where are they all going? will engage all readers - young and old!
Author: Margaret Wise Brown
Share this timeless classic with a new generation of readers! In a great green room, tucked away in bed, is a little bunny. "Goodnight room, goodnight moon." And to all the familiar things in the softly lit room—to the picture of the three little bears sitting on chairs, to the clocks and his socks, to the mittens and the kittens, to everything one by one—the little bunny says goodnight. In this classic of children's literature, beloved by generations of readers and listeners, the quiet poetry of the words and the gentle, lulling illustrations combine to make a perfect book for the end of the day.
Find the Dots
Author: Andy Mansfield
Publisher: Candlewick Studio
Push, pull, lift, turn, and twist to find where the dots are hiding in this ingenious book — puzzle fun for all ages! At a glance this may look like a basic counting book, but the clever paper engineering on every page makes it clear that there’s more here than meets the eye. Fold multiple flaps, slide a series of tabs, spin a few wheels, look through the windows, lift up a pop, or even peek in a mirror to find the dots. And it may take a few tries to get it right! Visually simple but offering varying levels of challenge, this irresistible concept book makes for a hands-on treat.
Spanish books in print in three volumes: authors, titles and subjects.
Guiado por su instinto, un bebé escapa de la cuna en medio de la noche y logra alcanzar el cementerio más cercano a su casa.
The novel opens with Mrs. Bennet trying to persuade Mr. Bennet to visit Mr. Bingley, an eligible bachelor who has arrived in the neighborhood. After some verbal sparring with Mr. Bennet baiting his wife, it transpires that this visit has already taken place at Netherfield, Mr. Bingley's rented house. The visit is followed by an invitation to a ball at the local assembly rooms that the whole neighbourhood will attend.At the ball, Mr. Bingley is open and cheerful, popular with all the guests, and appears to be very attracted to the beautiful Miss Jane Bennet. His friend, Mr. Darcy, is reputed to be twice as wealthy; however, he is haughty and aloof. He declines to dance with Elizabeth, suggesting that she is not pretty enough to tempt hiShe finds this amusing and jokes about the statement with her friends. Mr. Bingley's sister, Caroline, later invites Jane to visit.When Jane visits Miss Bingley, she is caught in a rain shower on the way and comes down with a serious cold. Elizabeth visits the ill Jane at Netherfield. There Darcy begins to be attracted to Elizabeth, while Miss Bingley becomes jealous, since she has designs on Darcy herself.Illustration by Hugh Thomson representing Mr. Collins, protesting that he never reads novelsMr. Collins, a cousin of Mr. Bennet and heir to the Longbourn estate, visits the Bennet family. He is a pompous and obsequious clergyman, who expects each of the Bennet girls to wish to marry him due to his inheritance. He quickly decides to propose to Elizabeth when he is led to believe Jane is taken.Elizabeth and her family meet the dashing and charming George Wickham, who singles out Elizabeth and tells her a story of the hardship that Mr. Darcy has caused him by depriving him of a living (position as clergyman in a prosperous parish with good revenue that, once granted, is for life) promised to him by Mr. Darcy's late father. Elizabeth's dislike of Mr. Darcy is confirmed.At a ball at Netherfield, Elizabeth reluctantly dances with Mr. Darcy. Other than Jane and Elizabeth, several members of the Bennet family show a distinct lack of decorum. Mrs. Bennet hints loudly that she fully expects Jane and Bingley to become engaged and the younger Bennet sisters otherwise expose the family to ridicule.Mr. Collins proposes to Elizabeth, who rejects him, to the fury of her mother and the relief of her father.Shortly thereafter, they receive news that the Bingleys are suddenly leaving for London, with no intention to return. After his humiliating rejection by Elizabeth, Mr. Collins proposes to Charlotte Lucas, a sensible young woman and Elizabeth's friend. Charlotte is slightly older and is grateful to receive a proposal that will guarantee her a comfortable home. Elizabeth is aghast at such pragmatism in matters of love. Heartbroken, Jane goes to visit her Aunt and Uncle Gardiner at an unfashionable address in London. Miss Bingley clearly does not want to continue the friendship and Jane is upset though very composed.In the spring,Elizabeth visits Charlotte and Mr. Collins in Kent. Elizabeth and her hosts are invited to Rosings Park, the imposing home of Lady Catherine de Bourgh, patroness of Mr. Collins and Mr. Darcy's extremely wealthy aunt. She expects Mr. Darcy to marry her daughter. Mr. Darcy and his cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam, are also visiting at Rosings Park. Colonel Fitzwilliam tells Elizabeth how Mr. Darcy managed to save a friend from a bad match. Elizabeth realizes the story must refer to Jane and is horrified that Darcy has interfered and caused her sister so much pain. Mr. Darcy, meanwhile, has fallen in love with Elizabeth and proposes to her. She rejects him angrily, stating that she could not love a man who has caused her sister such unhappiness and further accuses him of treating Mr. Wickham unjustly.The latter accusation seems to anger Mr. Darcy, and he accuses her family of wanting propriety and suggests he has been kinder to Bingley than himself. They part, barely speaking.
Author: Teresa Tellechea Mora
Author: Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia (Mexico), Taller de Gráfica Popular (Mexico City, Mexico), Pontificio Istituto Giovanni Paolo II per Studi su Matrimonio e Famiglia, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (Mexico), Centro de Estudios Curcuncaribes (Mexico City, Mexico), Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (Mexico), Pontificio Istituto Giovanni Paolo II per Studi su Matrimonio e Famiglia, Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia (Mexico), Taller de Gráfica Popular (Mexico City, Mexico), Centro de Estudios Curcuncaribes (Mexico City, Mexico)
Publisher: Anthropos Editorial
Author: Gena Hamshaw
Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books
After her health journey led her to a plant-based diet, Gena Hamshaw started a blog for readers of all dietary stripes looking for a common– sense approach to healthy eating and fuss–free recipes. Choosing Raw, the book, does in an in depth manner what the blog has done for hundreds of thousands of readers: addresses the questions and concerns for any newcomer to veganism; makes a plant–based diet with many raw options feel easy instead of intimidating; provides a starter kit of delicious recipes; and offers a mainstream, scientifically sound perspective on healthy living. With more than 100 recipes, sumptuous food photos, and innovative and wholesome meal plans sorted in levels from newcomer to plantbased pro, Hamshaw offers a simple path to health and wellness. With a foreword by Kris Carr,New York Times–bestselling author of Crazy Sexy Diet, Choosing Raw is a primer in veganism, a cookbook, the story of one woman's journey to health, and a love letter to the lifestyle that transformed her relationship with food.