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Bébe Goes Shopping
by Susan Middleton Elya
When Mama takes Bebé to the grocery store (supermercado), she finds that getting the items on her list will not be so easy. Bebé keeps grabbing different things from the shelves. Only until Bebé gets a hold of some animal cookies, is Mama allowed to finish her task. The rhyming text and humorous illustrations make this a great bilingual book for story time.

Cuando Mamá lleva a Bebé al supermercado (grocery store), ella descubre que eso de conseguir los artículos de su lista no resultarátan fácil. Bebé se la pasa agarrando diversas cosas de los estantes. Solamente hasta que él consigue unas galletas de animalitos, es que Mamá puede acabar su tarea. El texto en rima y las chistosas ilustraciones hacen que éste sea un gran libro bilingüe para la hora del cuento.

Ages: Babies, Toddler, Preschooler
Themes: Spanish and Bilingual
Types: Read Aloud
Hora de Dormir del Conejo
by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace
Nancy Elizabeth Wallace does a wonderful job of translating her popular "Rabbit's Bedtime" into Spanish. Young readers will enjoy following along with a little rabbit as he remembers all of his day's activities. Singing, cuddling, playing and hugging are recounted with fondness. This adorable book makes the perfect bedtime story. "Rabbit's Bedtime" was chosen for the Read to Grow literacy program.

Nancy Elizabeth Wallace realiza un maravilloso trabajo al traducir al español su popular libro la "Hora de dormir del conejo" ("Rabbit's Bedtime"). Los lectores jóvenes disfrutarán de seguir a un conejito que va recordando todas las actividades de su día. El canto, los mimos, los juegos y los abrazos se cuentan con cariño. Este adorable libro es una historia perfecta para leerlo antes de ir a la cama. "Hora de dormir del conejo" fue elegido por el programa Read to Grow.

Ages: Babies, Toddler, Preschooler
Themes: Family, Feelings, Spanish and Bilingual
Types: Read Aloud
Rabbit's Bedtime
by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace
Young readers will enjoy following along with a little rabbit as he remembers all of his day's activities. Singing, cuddling, playing and hugging are recounted with fondness. This adorable work makes the perfect bedtime story. Rabbit's Bedtime was chosen for the Read to Grow literacy program.
Ages: Babies, Toddler, Preschooler
Themes: Family, Feelings
Types: Read Aloud
Big Fat Hen
by Keith Baker
Your young one will love this new twist on the familiar counting rhyme, "One, Two, Buckle My Shoe." Bright, full-page illustrations of a hen that counts her eggs and chicks make for a delightful reading time together.
Ages: Babies, Toddler, Preschooler, Kindergartner
Themes: Letters and Numbers
Types: Read Aloud
Black on White
by Tana Hoban
Share this unique wordless board book with your baby or toddler. Several shiny black images of familiar objects such as keys and a bib are presented on a bright white background. The stark color contrast will stimulate your child's senses and inspire conversation. If your child enjoys this book, you may also want to try White on Black.
Ages: Babies, Toddler
Themes: Shapes and Colors
Types: Read Aloud
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
by Bill Martin, Jr.
A favorite with all ages, this wonderfully illustrated book helps young children learn colors and animal names, from brown bear to red bird to purple cat. The predictable, rhyming pattern encourages young children to repeat phrases and "read along" with experienced readers. Young children love guessing (and knowing) which animal comes next. Also by Bill Martin, Jr.: Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? and Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.
Ages: Babies, Toddler, Preschooler
Themes: Shapes and Colors
Types: Read Aloud
Color Zoo
by Lois Ehlert
Capture your child's attention with Color Zoo's vibrant animals and simple text. As you turn the page, each die-cut illustration reveals a new zoo animal--a tiger becomes a mouse and then the mouse transforms into a fox. Explore shapes, colors and animals with this beautiful award-winner. Caldecott Honor, 1990
Ages: Babies, Toddler, Preschooler
Themes: Shapes and Colors
Types: Read Aloud
Counting Kisses
by Karen Katz
This lovely counting book is about a baby's bedtime ritual. Each night, family members take turns giving baby goodnight kisses. Starting with ten kisses for his ten little toes and ending with a kiss on his forehead, the baby is finally ready for bed.
Ages: Babies, Toddler, Preschooler
Themes: Family, Letters and Numbers
Types: Read Aloud
Counting Ovejas
by Sarah Weeks
What's a little boy to do when counting sheep keeps him from going to sleep? First comes one white sheep, then two brown ones, followed by three black ones, etc. Each group of playful sheep provides a challenge for the little boy, as he must find ways to move them out of his room. This cute story employs minimal text to help children learn numbers and colors in English and Spanish. There's also a pronunciation guide for the Spanish text.

¿Qué puede hacer un pequeño niño cuando el contar ovejas no lo deja dormir? Primero, viene una oveja blanca, luego dos de color marrón, después tres negras, etc. Cada grupo de juguetonas ovejas le plantea un desafío al chico, ya que él debe encontrar la manera de sacarlas de su cuarto. Esta linda historia emplea un mínimo de textos para ayudar a los niños a aprender los números y los colores en inglés y en español. Hay también una guía de la pronunciación del texto en español.

Ages: Babies, Toddler, Preschooler
Themes: Spanish and Bilingual, Shapes and Colors, Letters and Numbers
Types: Read Aloud
De la Cabeza a los Pies (From Head to Toe)
by Eric Carle
Repetitive text and beautiful collage illustrations inspire imagination and movement in this Eric Carle classic. Each page presents a playful animal moving in some exciting way. Available in English and Spanish.

Texto repetitivo e ilustraciones artísticas estimulan la imaginación y el movimiento en este libro clásico por Eric Carle. Cada página presenta un animal animado moviéndose de una manera entusiasmada. El texto invita al oyente a repetir, 'Yo soy una jirafa y doblo mi cuello. ¿Puedes hacerlo?' También disponible en inglés.

Ages: Babies, Toddler, Preschooler
Themes: Spanish and Bilingual, Shapes and Colors
Types: Read Aloud

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