Spanish Books - Spanish Low to high intermediate readers

Spanish Books - Spanish Low to high intermediate readers

These Spanish low to high intermediate readers are mostly arranged in increasing difficulty. They are translations of well-known books in English or written specifically for Spanish students.

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  • El Arbol Generoso

    Spanish translation of 'The Giving Tree' by Shel Silverstein. A hard book to read without crying!
  • El capitán calzoncillos y el ataque de los Inodoros parlantes

    by Dave Pilkey. Spanish translation of 'Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Talking Toilets.'
  • El capitán calzoncillos y la furia de la supermujer macroelástica

    by Dave Pilkey. Spanish translation of Captain Underpants and the Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Woman.
  • Charlie y el gran ascensor de cristal

    by Roald Dahl. Spanish version of 'Charlie and the great glass elevator.' Charlie and Willy Wonka are back
  • Charlie y la fábrica de chocolate

    Spanish version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
  • Cuentos populares del mundo

    Traditional stories from all around the world are gathered here in this magical collection.
  • Danny el campeón del mundo

    by Roald Dahl. Spanish version of 'Danny, the champion of the world'.
  • El largo camino hacia Santa Cruz

    by Michael Ende. Readers will be entertained by the comical adventures of Hermann
  • El pequeño Otto ha desaparecido

    by Manfred Limmroth. Mina can't wait for her little brother Otto's birthday party so she can show off her magic tricks
  • Esperanza Renace

    by Pam Muñoz Ryan. She uses the experiences of her own Mexican grandmother.
  • Fantasmas Escolares

    by Achim Broger. Toni and Alfredo aren't normal kids. Not only do they have green skin and red eyes, but they also go to school at night to learn how to scare people.
  • Gracias a Winn-Dixie

    Heartwarming Spanish reader by Kate Dicamillo. Spanish version of 'Thanks for Winn-Dixie'.
  • Jasón y los argonautas

    Required summer reading for AIS rising 9 Spanish Language and Literature
  • Junie B. Jones Ama a Warren, El Hermoso

    by Barbara Clark. Spanish version of Junie B. Jones loves Handsome Warren. Another hilarious Junie B. Jones book.
  • Junie B. Jones y el cumpleanos del Malo de Jim

    by Barbara Park. Spanish translation of 'Junie B. Jones and the Meanie Jim's Birthday.
  • Los cien ojos del pavo real

    by Tina Blanco. This magical novel recounts a special friendship between the young Dalai Lama and a valiant peacock
  • Mi hermana Clara y la bicicleta

    Spanish reader by Dimiter Inkiow. The amusing relationship between the young narrator and his older sister Clara
  • Pink y Say

    by Patricia Polacco. Passed down from generation to generation, this deeply moving true story tells of two young soldiers--one white and one black
  • Sapo tiene miedo

    Spanish translation of 'Frog is Frightened' by Max Velthuijs. For all children who are afraid of the dark!
  • Sapo y el ancho mundo

    Spanish translation of 'Frog and the wide world' by Max Velthuijs. Frog accompanies Rat on an adventure out in the big world.
  • Sarah sencilla y alta

    by Patricia MacLachlan. Spanish version of 'Sarah, plain and tall'. Things are very lonely after Mama's death
  • Socrates y los tres cochinitos

    by Tuyosi Mori. In this entertaining math book, Socrates is a hungry wolf who wants to eat one of the three tasty pigs
  • Trucos con sombreros

    by Akihiro Nozaki. Math professor Akihiro Nozaki teamed up with illustrator/author Mitsumasa Anno to create this fun introduction to logic and deductive reasoning.

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