Join José as he trains his new dog in this fun early reader that uses both Spanish and English!
José loves his family: his Papi, Mami, and little sister, Sofi. But something is missing--he dreams of having a dog, un perro of his own. Finally José gets to pick el perro perfecto, the perfect dog, from a shelter. But when he tries out commands like "¡Siéntate!" (sit) and "¡Échate!" (lie down), his new pet simply tilts his head to the side in confusion. Then he realizes that the dog does
understand commands--he just doesn't understand Spanish! Follow along as José teaches su perro inteligente some new words en español.
This early reader, co-written by notable Broadway producer Susan Rose and children's book author Silvia López, is the perfect introduction for English-speaking children who have just begun learning Spanish. The inclusion of the Spanish/English translations at the end of the book also makes it an excellent teaching tool. Exciting, easy-to-read books are the stepping stone a young reader needs to bridge the gap between being a beginner and being fluent.