Spanish Books with a moral or nice lesson to learn

Spanish Books with a moral or nice lesson to learn

These are Spanish Books are simple readers that also have a lesson to be learned or deal with morals and good behavior.

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  • La abuela tejedora

    by Uri Orlev. Uri Orlev's sparse but stirring words tell the story of a poor old lady
  • Mamá, ¿por qué nadie es como nosotros?

    by Luis Pescetti. Distintos ritos, costumbres y creencias. Diferentes identidades, viajes y profesiones.
  • Los cien vestidos

    by Eleanor Estes.
  • La Colcha de los recuerdos

    by Patricia Polacco. When the author’s great-grandmother--a Jewish immigrant from Russia--came to the United States
  • El deseo de Aurelio

    by Rafael Freyre Martinez. It's Aurelio's birthday and his grandfather invites him on a long trip.
  • El lugar más bonito del mundo

    Spanish reader by Ann Cameron.
  • Mi mamá es preciosa

    by Carmen Garcí­a Iglesias. To me, my mama is a princess taken from a fairy tale. She wears clothes that are beautiful and happy.
  • Todos nacemos libres

    by Amnesty International. Each declaration is celebrated with an illustration by an internationally renowned artist or illustrator.
  • Todos son mis favoritos

    by Sam McBratney. This endearing picture book treats the touchy subject of sibling rivalry.
  • Un mango para el abuelo

    written by Caroline Hudicourt (from Haiti) and illustrated by Ismer Sainsilus (also from Haiti). This story concerns the delicate issue of death and memory of a loved one.

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