Spanish Books - Beginning Readers

Spanish Books - Beginning Readers

These Spanish Books are great beginning readers for young children or for older beginning Spanish student who want fun Spanish readers

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  • La Semilla de Zanahoria

    by Ruth Krauss. A little boy plants a carrot seed.
  • Oso polar Oso polar ¿qué es ese ruido?

    by Bill Martin and illustrated by Eric Carle Board Book. Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?
  • ¿ Como comen los dinosaurios?

    by Jane Yolen and Mark Teague. How does a dinosaur eat all his food?
  • Donde viven los Monstruos

    Spanish version of Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. A carefully translated version of the perennially popular 1964 Caldecott Medal winner.
  • Corduroy

    by Don Freeman. Have you ever dreamed of being locked in a department store at night?
  • La Casa Adormecida

    Spanish translation of The Napping House by Audrey Wood and translated by Alma Flor Ada. Easy Spanish reader!
  • Se Venden Gorras

    Spanish translation of Caps for Sales by Esphyr Slobodkina and translated by Teresa Mlawer. Recommended Spanish reader for Lesson 7 - Primero, luego, por último.
  • Oso pardo, oso pardo, ¿qué ves ahí­?

    Spanish Board book by Billy Martin Jr. and illustrated by Eric Carle. Recommended in Lesson 3 -¿De qué color es? and 24 of the Sonrisas Curriculum Level 1
  • Frederick

    by Leo Lionni. Spanish version of this classic tale is an easy reader. Ana Maria Matute has beautifully translated a story about a poet-mouse, Frederick.
  • ¡Mézclalo Bien!

    Sigue las instrucciones y dale vuelta a la página - Magia y diversión te esperan.
  • Quiero viajar

    by Lauren Robbins. Colección Fácil de leer: Level D.
  • Me encantan los Saturdays y los domingos

    by Alma Flor Ada. Affectionate and revealing portrait of a bilingual girl's weekend visits to her two sets of grandparents
  • ¡La Paloma encuentra un perro caliente!

    by Mo Willems. Pigeon's back! And he's found un perro caliente! But a hungry (and very sly) duckling enters the scene...
  • Qué cosas dice mi abuela

    by Ana Galán. Using traditional Spanish-language sayings, a grandmother teaches manners to her grandchildren and their friends.
  • La sorpresa del salon

    by Robert Munsch. When Ben decides to take his baby sister for show and tell, she simply won't stop crying.
  • Presiona aquí

    Es cierto. Solo presiona el círculo amarillo y da vuelta a la página.

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