Item description for Paca, la macaca va al mercado (Paca, la macaca series) by Paula Browne...
Delighting children with her cheerful and absent-minded ways, Paca the monkey sets out to bake a banana cake, run errands, and search for her lost possessions. Written in simple lyrical form with challenging vocabulary, this lively series enables new readers to improve their reading skills while discovering what Paca has forgotten.
Deleitando a los nios con su carcter alegre y distrado, la mona Paca se dispone a hornear un pastel de banana, a hacer mandados y a buscar sus posesiones perdidas. Escrito en forma de sencilla poesa con vocabulario que implica un desafo, los nuevos lectores mejorarn sus habilidades de lectura al ir descubriendo lo que Paca ha olvidado.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.96" Width: 7.88" Height: 0.11" Weight: 0.22 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2004
Publisher Callis Editora
ISBN 8574162159 ISBN13 9788574162157
Availability 0 units.
More About Paula Browne
Paula Browne is a designer who created Paca based loosely on herself.
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George Allen Would Love This Book Aug 17, 2006
Paca la macaca is an animated cartoon monkey. All Macacas are monkeys, though all monkeys are not macacas. Curious George is a cartoon monkey, too, but not really. Technically, I think he is a chimpanzee. Sometimes people who may be racists reveal their inner character (values) by calling other people derogatory names by accident. Like Howard Cosell did when he called a football player a monkey. Howard got fired for that. Mr. Allen twice called a brown skinned young man a macaca (which as you know is the same thing as a monkey) but Mr. Allen has not been fired. Mr. Allen is a candidate for public office in Virginia. Some people say that Mr. Allen would make a great American president. I think that Paca the Macaca would disagree, but if Howard Cosell were still living, he might like a guy like Mr. Allen to be president.