Item description for Dónde va? (Where Does it Go? Spanish edition) by Cheryl Christian & Maria Fiol...
Overview The Spanish edition of "Where Does it Go?" a new book in the Photoflap series. Where does it go? Guess! Shoes on feet--bat on head? Little children can lift the flap and see if they are right!
Publishers Description Everything has its place. Shoes go on feet, hats on heads and snugly teddy bears in loving arms. As children lift the interactive flaps they'll see exactly where things go. Featuring children of many races and abilities, the Photoflaps are almost guaranteed to become your baby's favorite first books. Available in English, Spanish, Eng/Spanish bilingual, Chinese (traditional & simplified), Korean, Vietnamese, Russian and Haitian Creole editions.
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Studio: Star Bright Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.01" Width: 5.07" Height: 0.33" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Feb 16, 2001
Publisher Star Bright Books
ISBN 188773449X ISBN13 9781887734493
Availability 1 units. Availability accurate as of May 26, 2017 07:37.
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More About Cheryl Christian & Maria Fiol
Christian's first love is working with children and her second is playing the piano.
Cheryl Christian currently resides in New York City New York New Yor, in the state of New York.
Cheryl Christian has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Dónde va? (Where Does it Go? Spanish edition)?
Mistakes in the Spanish in the title Jul 17, 2008
I agree 100% with the previous reviewer. I had intended to buy this book but cancelled it after noting the three errors mentioned. The last thing children learning to read Spanish, English or any language is books for their books to include incorrect grammar, punctuation and usage.
poor grammar Mar 13, 2008
I haven't purchased this book, nor have I even looked at it, but after seeing that the title is grammatically incorrect, there is NO way I would buy it. I can't make accents on my laptop, but the title should say, 'Adonde va?' with an accent on the O and an upside down question mark at the front of the sentence. The book editor should have caught that mistake.