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Grandma's Pear Tree / El peral de Abuela

Grandma's Pear Tree / El peral de Abuela
Grandma's Pear Tree / El peral de Abuela
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Pages: 
36
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This is the bilingual (English/Spanish) version of Grandma's Pear Tree. The Spanish is sprinkled in and as each word is introduced, it is used from there thru to the end of the book. There is also a vocabulary page at the end of the book.Jessie’s ball is stuck in Grandma’s prized pear tree. Worried that Grandma will be mad, Jessie tries to get the ball down by asking for help from busy relatives before Grandma sees the problem. From a shoe to a chicken, each suggestion only seems to make the problem worse. With no other choice, Jessie finally admits to Grandma what has happened. In the end, Jessie learns that working together is best to solve a problem and that family is there to support you when you need them.

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Pages: 36
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English, Spanish
ISBN: 9781936299423
Categories: Action Adventure, Family & Friends, Lessons
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: multigenerational, grandparents, family values
Date Added: June 13, 2013
Moonbeam Children's Book Award
Grandmas Pear Tree El peral de Abuela Santillan Pernisco Raven Tree Press RL To my family and friends thanks for helping me make a dream come true SS I dedicate this book to all the children I knowthe kids from Coolidge Childs Garden the Pasqualers the Miclat kids Alex Briana Seba Claudita Andrew Gabriel and Anthony And most importantly my own and dearest Camilu AP Text Suzanne Santillan Illustration Atilio Pernisco Translation Raven Tree Press All rights reserved For information about permission to reproduce selections from this book write to Permissions Raven Tree Press a Division of Delta Systems Co Inc Miller Parkway McHenry IL wwwraventreepresscom Santillan Suzanne Grandmas pear tree written by Suzanne Santillan illustrated by Atilio Pernisco translated by Cambridge BrickHouse El peral de Abuela escrito por Suzanne Santillan ilustrado por Atilio Pernisco traduccin al espaol de Cambridge BrickHouse ed McHenry IL Raven Tree Press  p cm SUMMARY A ball gets stuck in Grandmas pear tree and everyone in the family tries to help get it back Bilingual Edition ISBN hardcover ISBN paperback Englishonly Edition ISBN hardcover Audience preK to 3rd grade Title available in Englishonly or bilingual EnglishSpanish editions  FamilyMultigenerationalJuvenile f iction LifestylesCountry LifeJuvenile f iction  Bilingual booksEnglish and Spanish Spanish language materialsbooks I Illust Pernisco Atilio II Title III Title El peral de Abuela LCCN  Printed in Taiwan First Edition Free activities for this book are available at wwwraventreepresscom Grandpa I need your help Abuelo the ball is stuck in the pear tree I was playing a game When I bounced la pelota too hard it flew up in the tree I promised Grandma that Id stay away from her tree If I tell Abuela its up there shell be very cross  I must f inish milking the cow Abuelo replied Throw your shoe at it El zapato may get it down When Im done milking la vaca I will help you  Jessie walked up to Abuelas pear