An adaptation of the song "The wheels on the bus," written in Spanish and English, which follows two children who see and hear a train, a fire truck, an ambulance, and other vehicles on their way to an amusement park. Includes music.
"Two boys, an English speaker and a Spanish speaker, are on the same soccer team. They have their uniforms and their cleats. They can both juggle the ball. At first, the boys must wait on the bench. But when the coach lets them in the game, both Joe and Još score goals. "We win," says Joe. "Ganamos," says Još."--
Una niña no entiende la palabra ajena en la Tarjeta de Residente de su madre y dejar que de su imaginación, llegando a la conclusión de que su madre es desde el espacio exterior. Incluye notas y glosario de autor.
"A young girl misunderstands the word alien on her mother's Resident Alien Card and let's her imagination run wild, coming to the conclusion that her mother is from outer space. Includes author's note and glossary"--
Carlos no cree que se pueda jugar al fútbol con una pelota ovalada. Chris no cree que se pueda jugar con una pelota redonda. Quizás no es buena idea jugar con un niño tan diferente ... ¡Ni siquiera sabe cómo se juega! Un momento. Se ve como divertido ... ¡Vamos a probar! Disfruta y celebra el encuentro de dos culturas a través de sus deportes favoritos.
Carlos is not sure that football can be played with an oval-shaped ball. Chris...
When René learns that in the United States his name is also a girl's name, he does some research and relates the name's meaning and letters to his homeland of El Salvador and the things that make him special.
When a young boy and his mother come to the United States from El Salvador, leaving his father behind, the boy misses his father very much and wants to do something special to show him how much he cares.