Minicuentos de canguros para ser feliz / Mini-Stories with Kangaroos to Make You Happy (Hardcover)

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Los alegres y juguetones canguros nos cuentan sus minicuentos.

Canta y baila con Camila Canguro, pasea con Casimiro y su abuelo, aprende a encontrar cosas con Catalina y Conrado, y descubre por qué Arturo está tan enfadado.

Cuatro cuentos diminutos con historias muy grandes para aprender a valorar las cosas que de verdad importan.

Una colección inspirada en Minicuentos de animales para ir a dormir, con más de 100.000 ejemplares vendidos, una de las colecciones favoritas de niños y niñas.


The cheerful and playful kangaroos share their mini-stories.

Sing and dance with Camila Canguro, walk with Casimiro and his grandfather, learn to find things with Catalina and Conrado, and discover why Arturo is so angry.

Four tiny stories with very meaningful messages so we can learn to value the things that really matter.

A collection inspired by Mini-Stories of Animals for Bedtime, a favorite collection for boys and girls, with over 100,000 copies sold.

About the Author

Magela Ronda (Benidorm, 1970) miope desde muy temprana edad, aprendió a sobrevivir observando el mundo desde otras realidades. Suele tropezar a menudo en aceras despejadas y pasillos vacíos con alguno de sus muchos «yoes» que habitan otros universos y que de vez en cuando le esconden ideas en los bolsillos. Fruto de esos regalos son libros como Búscalo...¡en el espacio!, El lenguaje de las olas, Violeta o Bruce Springsteen, de Greetings from Asbury Park a la tierra prometida. Su pasatiempo favorito es encontrar conexiones imposibles y camuflar sus querencias (que no desvelaremos) en las páginas de los libros que publica.

Product Details
ISBN: 9788448858407
ISBN-10: 8448858409
Publisher: Beascoa
Publication Date: December 7th, 2021
Pages: 72
Language: Spanish
Series: Minicuentos


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