Explore new high-interest topics sure to be a hit with students. Check out the reviews and links below of these series, translated into North American Spanish.
Animales africanos (Spot African Animals)
“Due to their striking visual appeal, this series could serve as a good choice for reading aloud to a bilingual or Spanish-speaking audience…A specialized selection of books on popular animals will excite readers in the early grades.”—School Library Journal
Razas de perros favoritas (Favorite Dog Breeds)
“Younger audiences will appreciate this fun series about some of the most popular dog breeds. Recommended for first purchase.”—School Library Journal
Deportes olímpicos de verano (Summer Olympic Sports)
This up-to-date series explains the most popular summer Olympic sporting events to young sports enthusiasts.
Animales del patio (Backyard Animals)
“The translation is spot-on. A wonderful introductory series for little ones interested in local critters.”—School Library Journal
Máquinas poderosas (Mighty Machines)
“The well-translated text keeps kids engaged . . . Young ‘things that go’ enthusiasts will be satisfied.”—School Library Journal
Animales constructores (Animal Builders)
“Highly recommended for its visually engaging approach to animal habitats.”—School Library Journal
Razas de caballos favoritos (Favorite Horse Breeds)
“Ideal for Spanish-language nonfiction collections.”—Booklist
Animales Norteamericanos (North American Animals)
From caribou to mountain lions and even armadillos, this series highlights animals from all different regions of North America.
Every season, nature changes. These early readers highlight what animals, plants, and the weather do in each season.