Abran paso a la mariposa (Make Way for Butterfly): Un libro de la serie "La oruga muy impaciente" (Paperback)

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Abran paso a la mariposa (Make Way for Butterfly): Un libro de la serie
By Ross Burach, Ross Burach (Illustrator)
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This laugh-out-loud adventure in the Very Impatient Caterpillar series celebrates self-love and the wonders of pollination.

About the Author

Ross Burach is the creator of the riotously funny Very Impatient Caterpillar series that includes The Very Impatient Caterpillar; The Little Butterfly That Could; Goodnight, Butterfly; and Make Way for Butterfly. All the books combine humor with curriculum-friendly science topics and relatable social-emotional themes. Ross's other acclaimed books include the picture book Truck Full of Ducks, the board books I Love My Tutu Too!, Potty All-Star, Hi-Five Farm!, and Hi-Five Animals!, named the best board book of the year by Parents magazine, and the Acorn early reader series Bumble and Bee. Ross lives with his family in Brooklyn, New York. You can visit him online at rossburach.com.

Praise For…

¿¿¿Cómo recolectaste TANTO POLEN???← ¡Tengo pelos pegajosos POR TODAS PARTES!← ¡Oh! No estoy suficientemente pegajosa.← Está bien. No necesitas recolectar tanto polen como una abeja. Solo sé una mariposa.← Correcto. Correvto. Quieres decir que tengo que estar MÁS PEGAJOSA.← ← Esta divertida cotinuación de La oruga muy impaciente de Ross Burach, La pequeña mariposa que sí pudo y Buenas noches, mariposa anima a los lectores a aceptar su propia singularidad a la vez que les expone los pasos de la polinización.

How did YOU collect SOO MUCH POLLEN???← I have sticky hairs EVERYWHERE!← Oh! I'm not sticky enough.← It's okay. You don't need to collect as much pollen as a bee. Just be a butterfly.← Right. Right. You're saying I need to be STICKIER.← ← This laugh-out-loud companion to Ross Burach’s The Very Impatient Caterpillar, The Little Butterfly That Could, and Goodnight, Butterfly playfully encourages readers to embrace their own uniqueness while also presenting the steps of pollination.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781338896756
ISBN-10: 133889675X
Publisher: Scholastic en español
Publication Date: August 1st, 2023
Pages: 32
Language: Spanish

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