La granja de los siete establos

La granja de los siete establos

Board Book - 2011 | Spanish
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Baker & Taylor
A farmer who has seven buildings for his animals--one each for his horse, two cows, three pigs, four sheep, five goats, six rabbits, and seven hens--hears a wolf howling one night and goes to see if any of his creatures is missing.

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In a farm with seven stables live a horse, two cows, three pigs, four sheep, five goats, six rabbits, and seven chickens. One night, the farmer hears the howling of a wolf and runs from his bed to the stables. Will all the animals be asleep in their stables? Lifting the book's flaps, children follow along as the farmer checks in on all of his animals to make sure they're safe and sound.
 
En una granja con siete establos viven un caballo, dos vacas, tres cerdos, cuatro ovejas, cinco cabras, seis conejos y siete gallinas. Una noche, el granjero oye aullar a un lobo y corre desde su cama hacia los establos. ¿Estarán todos los animales dormidos en sus establos? Abriendo las solapas del libro, los niños acompañan al granjero mientras visita a todos sus animales para asegurarse de que están sanos y salvos.


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A farmer who has seven buildings for his animals--one each for his horse, two cows, three pigs, four sheep, five goats, six rabbits, and seven hens--hears a wolf howling one night and goes to see if any of his creatures is missing. On board pages.

Publisher: Madrid : Macmillan Infantil y Juvenil, c2011.
ISBN: 9788479428242
8479428244
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 33 cm.
Additional Contributors: Martín, Cintia 1971-- Illustrator

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