Editor: Pinata Books; Bilingual edition (October 31, 2008)
Formato: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Tamaño: 9.8 MB
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"Hola, Abuelita. it truly is me, Estrellita!" And so starts off the telephone dialog that Estrellita and her liked grandmother have longed for considering Estrellita moved from her appealing island domestic of Puerto Rico to long island City.Estrellita regales her grandmother with tales of the intriguing attractions and sounds of the large urban: her first journey on a subway teach into ny and the attention-grabbing underground urban the place you should buy whatever, "even outfits and shoes," and hear musicians practice in any respect hours; the hustle and bustle of 5th street, the place humans, yellow cabs, and buses rush up and down; the Empire kingdom construction that "was SO tall that i presumed it used to be going to fall on me!"; Rockefeller middle with its glass-covered structures that stretch into the sky; and the Verrazano Bridge, one of many world's longest suspended bridges that regarded "as if it had no end."As intriguing because the vacationer points of interest are to Estrellita and her father, El Barrio, an area the place everyone speaks Spanish, is simply as exciting. there is a eating place referred to as RincÃƒÂ³n, like the city in Puerto Rico, and a track shop referred to as los angeles Casita Latina. Estrellita and her kinfolk sing Abuela's favourite track, "En mi viejo San Juan," and Estrellita is reminded once more of ways a lot she misses her grandmother. yet she is comforted by means of her cellphone dialog with Abuela and is familiar with she'll seek advice from Abuela back quickly. and perhaps a few day Abuela will come to go to Estrellita within the large city!In this vigorous sequel to Estrellita se despide de su isla / Estrellita Says goodbye to Her Island, writer Samuel Caraballo and illustrator Pablo Torrecilla crew up back to depict the loving dating among a tender woman and her grandmother. Torrecilla's beautiful illustrations of Abuela at the mobilephone in tranquil Puerto Rico distinction beautifully with these of Estrellita set opposed to the backdrop of a colourful and busy manhattan urban. Readers of every age will relate to a tender girl's love for her grandmother, whereas youngsters a long time four to nine who've been separated from relatives will empathize with, and be reassured through, Estrellita's reviews in a brand new urban.