Algarabia en la granja Farmyard Jamboree A cumulative tale from Chile that begins with a hen and ends with sixteen different animals and a guitar

  • Title: Algarabia en la granja/Farmyard Jamboree
  • Author: Margaret Read MacDonald
  • ISBN: 1846862833
  • Page: 351
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  • A cumulative tale from Chile that begins with a hen and ends with sixteen different animals and a guitar.

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    1. Es una bonita historia de los animalitos que la familia del niño protagonista le va regalando y cada uno acaba teniendo un bebé, así incluye los nombres que reciben las crías de los animales y se van sumando hasta contar 16 animales, todo ello narrado en forma de una sencilla rima pegadiza para poder cantarla.A mi hijo le encanta, tanto en su versión española (chilena), como en la inglesa, pues además de que a los niños les encantan los animales y sus bebés, la canción es muy bonita, y [...]


    2. I just wrote another review for a counting book and stated that it was boring - which it was - this one, while still a counting book, actually gets a bit interesting. The story actually makes a bit of sense, the kid is getting all these animals as gifts, and each animal keeps having a baby - so it becomes a multiplication book, of sorts, and goes well past 10, which is nice. My son also thinks it's fun! He much prefers this one over the 'abuelita fue al mercado' one. I also took it to their p [...]


    3. Not much algarabia at all! This book is supposed to be a song about giving and counting with farm animals. Sounds cute, however, it is really boring. At least in this Spanish version, nothing at all rhymes. The length of the verses is variable and arbitrary and even the lyrics are uninteresting.The book comes with a CD where a man is singing the song and it is just so slow. The song is just like the book, not exciting, slow, and boring. Maybe its just me.This book may work for other kids th [...]


    4. There is something wonderful and magical about the music, rhythm and illustrations of this story. My five year old loves it!


    5. Cute pictures, great song. It's a bit on the slow side, but my 10 month old loves it. We sing along and point to the animals as their names are said. We also have El Loro Tico Tango, which is catchy and up beat, but I think this will be easier for my son to sing along to once he starts talking.Make sure you get the version with the CD - it's worth it.


    6. This books is fantastic. I have been reading it to my daughter since she was 6 months old, and now at 10 months she will sit still through most of it, and will get really excited to hear me do all the barnyard animals. As a native Spanish speaker, I think that the text is fantastic and is not awkwardly translated from English. I am on the look out for good Spanish children's books, and so far this is the best one we've encountered, especially if you really let yourself be silly when reading the [...]


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