Where Is the Green Sheep? / Donde Esta La Oveja Verde?

Where Is the Green Sheep? / Donde Esta La Oveja Verde?

Book rating: 05 Board book Language: English / Spanish

By (author) Mem Fox, Illustrated by Judy Horacek

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  • Publisher: Harcourt Brace and Company
  • Format: Board book | 32 pages
  • Language: English / Spanish
  • Dimensions: 107mm x 122mm x 23mm | 181g
  • Publication date: 6 September 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Boston, MA
  • ISBN 10: 0547396945
  • ISBN 13: 9780547396941
  • Edition: Bilingual edition
  • Edition statement: Bilingual
  • Sales rank: 1,576

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"Here is the blue sheep. Esta es la oveja azul.""But where is the green sheep? Pero donde esta la oveja verde?" The search for the green sheep is on in this bilingual board book edition of the Australian author Mem Fox and the cartoonist Judy Horacek's delightful read-aloud "Where Is the Green Sheep?" Wee ones will learn concepts such as opposites and colors, but mostly they will cheer when the green sheep is finally discovered at the end. Each line is translated into Spanish directly below for easy comprehension.Awards: ALA Notable Book (2005), Horn Book Fanfare Best Books of 2004, Child Magazine Best Book of the Year, 2004

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By Anita Burk 21 Jun 2011 5

Ive been reading this lovely book to my kids since they were tiny and they now recite it with me as I read it and continue to enjoy it!

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An ALA Notable Children's Book A "Child" Magazine Best Book of the Year "Horn Book "Fanfare Selection "Laughs and interactive play will ensue among readers and listeners." --"Booklist" "[P]erfectly attuned to a toddler's sense of playful discovery." --"Horn Book Guide" "[J]ust right for toddlers experiencing the basics of life and budding readers learning to complete their sentences by looking at words and pictures together." --"Kirkus Reviews"