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Los tres cerdos pequeños Kit

In this traditional story the three pigs set out to build their own houses. The first pig builds a house of straw, the second builds a house of wood, and the third builds a house of bricks. The wolf arrives at each of the first two houses, and because they are built of weaker materials, blows them down.

It is a very popular play with teachers and students. Its familiarity and subsequent predictability prove to be an excellent entry point for students learning a new language, or those beginning this methodology for the first time. LOS TRES CERDOS PEQUEÑOS has pleasant repetition and easy to learn. Students will be able to chime in to the words of the pigs or the wolf, even upon first presentation, if encouraged to do so. The vocabulary is predictable, as students come to the storyline in French with a context and background from the English version — a definite plus when trying to put students at ease, and this will help them to learn new vocabulary quickly.  

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José Miguel el Acróbata

José Miguel is a 12-year-old boy who lives in Guatemala in the Port of San José . This talented young fellow uses his acrobatic skills to earn money with which he buys his mother a birthday present.

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Story: Matt Maxwell
Illustrations: Jana Tubinshlak
Editora: Andrea Wells
Appropriate for ages: 7-12

La magia de los amigos

In this story, Marco uses His Magic to help a new friend, Juan, and finds himself overwhelmed by requests from Juan's friends, all of whom want to use Marco his magic to improve their skills. Marco finds himself in a dilemma. How will he put an end to the demands without losing his new friends?

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Written by: Prarthi Mehta, Shreya Parmar, Amrit Jupall
Illustrated by: Prarthi Mehta, Grace Bang, Eniola Akisanmi, Sophie Dhaliwal
Appropriate for ages: 10-15

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