I spy Youth Spanish Books

I spy some of these Youth Spanish Books!

A story that vividly examines the occasionally-turbulent friendships of young girls. My Best Friend, Sometimes is an empathic and honest portrait of the delight in these relationships, but also the confusion, jealousy and vulnerability that can result.

“Stephanie and I like each other. And we don’t like each other. Both.”

It all begins on the day Stephanie proposes, “If you give me a cookie, I’ll be your best friend.” From then on, the two girls are inseparable, but not always at peace. They love to giggle, whisper, observe their classmates, and share their most outlandish, secret dreams. But sometimes they are at odds. Some days one doesn’t feel like sharing. Taking turns isn’t always easy. If they can’t agree on a game to play, who decides? One day it seems like Stephanie is mad for no reason at all. The ups and downs of friendship can be steep, and often unpredictable. My Best Friend, Sometimes navigates the path of two girls moving towards, away from, and back to each other again.

Mejores amigas (casi siempre) es un álbum ilustrado dirigido a niños y niñas a partir de los 4 años de edad. En él descubrirán la amistad sincera y se toparán con sentimientos complejos que nacen entre ambas protagonistas, como los celos; o la dificultad, a veces, para compartir.

Azul y Ali son mas que amigas, son Best Friends Forever, y como tal lo comparten todo, hasta las celebraciones de cumpleaños.

Aunque este año tal vez sus planes no salgan como quisieran, entre otras cosas, porque la mamá de Ali insiste en verlas como princesas, y no entiende que ellas son algo mucho mejor: son superheroínas (bueno, apenas están aprendiendo a serlo).

¿Es difícil ser superheroína? No mucho. Azul y Ali solo tienen que rescatar al es-laim mágico (antes deben entender quién es), viajar a la Isla de los Unicornios, descubrir y dominar todos sus poderes (incluido el hechizo de invisibilidad), y sobre todo, hacerle frente a la chica más mala de la escuela.

Ah, y  todo esto lo tienen que lograr antes del día de su cumpleaños.


Azul and Ali are more than friends, they are Best Friends Forever, and as such they share everything, even birthday celebrations.

Although it looks like this year their plans might not go as they wanted, among other things, because Ali’s mother insists on seeing them as princesses, and doesn’t understand that they are something much better: they are superheroines (well, they’re learning to be).

Is it difficult to be a superhero? Not so much. Azul and Ali just have to rescue the magical es-laim (first they must understand who, or what, it is), travel to the Island of Unicorns, discover and master all its powers (including the invisibility spell), and above all, face the baddest girl in school.

Oh, and they have to accomplish all of this before their birthday.

From the creator of the bestselling ‘I Want My Hat Back’ comes the story of a tiny fish who proudly wears a blue hat. It fits him perfectly. Problem is, trouble could be following close behind… So it’s a good thing that the enormous fish he took it from won’t wake up. And even if he does, it’s not as though he’ll ever know what happened, right? Visual humor swims to the fore in this thrillingly original, perfectly-paced cautionary tale.

Este pez pequeñito tiene un sombrero que no le pertenece. ¡Se lo robó a un pez grande! El sombrero es azul y muy bonito, le queda muy bien. Y además, el pez grande no vio cómo lo robaba. Y seguramente, aunque lo hubiera visto, no se imagina dónde se va a esconder. Nunca lo encontrará. ¿O sí?

Un precioso álbum ilustrado para todas las edades que defiende lo único de cada persona.

Triángulo vive en una casa de forma triangular, rodeada por montañas de forma triangular, y con una puerta de forma triangular.

Un día, Triángulo sale de su casa y se adentra en el mundo hecho de cuadrados. Su idea es gastarle una broma a su amigo Cuadrado. Pero las cosas no siempre salen como se espera.

O quizás sí.


Multi-award-winning, New York Times best-selling duo Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen conspire again on a slyly funny tale about some very sneaky shapes.

Meet Triangle. He is going to play a sneaky trick on his friend, Square. Or so Triangle thinks. . . . With this first tale in a new trilogy, partners in crime Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen will have readers wondering just who they can trust in a richly imagined world of shapes. Visually stunning and full of wry humor, here is a perfectly paced treat that could come only from the minds of two of today’s most irreverent — and talented — picture book creators.

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