SPA HOLA HOMBRE MOSCA Scholastic en Espanol When Buzz captures a fly to enter in The Amazing Pet Show his parents and the judges tell him that a fly cannot be a pet but Fly Guy proves them wrong

  • Title: SPA-HOLA HOMBRE MOSCA (Scholastic en Espanol)
  • Author: Tedd Arnold
  • ISBN: 0545083788
  • Page: 281
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  • When Buzz captures a fly to enter in The Amazing Pet Show, his parents and the judges tell him that a fly cannot be a pet, but Fly Guy proves them wrong.

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    501 thoughts on “SPA-HOLA HOMBRE MOSCA (Scholastic en Espanol)”

    1. Buscaba libros de "Supermosca", un personaje con el que por fn mi hijo de 7 años está motivado para leerha sido imposible porque están descatalogadosahora bien.ta colección de "Hombre mosca" en tapa blanda se usa en USA y UK para que los niños aprendan español, y la traducción es a español latino, y, además, la letra no es cursiva como la de Supermosca originalen fin la misma colecciónd de "Supermosca", pero con tres grandes diferencias: tapa blando, español latino y letra no cursiva. [...]


    2. Godson is learning to read in Spanish immersion kindergarten and loves practicing with this book though it's above level.




    3. This showed up when I searched for bilingual kids books. This book is not bilingual and that is why I'm giving it so few stars. It may be a very good book for spanish only but for Spanish/English learning, not so much.


    4. Coincidences can have significant, world-changing consequences. Try this. A fly goes out, simply looking for something tasty to eat. Simultaneously, a boy goes for a walk, searching for a creature to bring to a pet competition. Then wham! The boy and the fly collide. Coincidence or fate? Free will or determinism? Ok, perhaps that's a bit above the age level here, so anyway. But wait. The boy puts the fly into a jar, which doesn't exactly represent the height of good manners, but what can you do? [...]


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