El sapo que no quería comer

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Fondo de Cultura Economica, 1998 - 34 páginas
When the Toad King comes to the Turtle Queen's palace for a festival, the Queen's servants offer him all sorts of elaborate dishes. Alas, the Toad King politely refuses them all. One by one, the Queen's doctors and specialists are called in to examine the King. Finally, they call in the King's own doctor who reveals the secret: the Toad King eats only insects!

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The toad prince visits the the turtle princess and doesn't eat for days b/c he's too timid to tell the turtle what he likes. It's a sweet story and a review article recommended pairing it with green eggs and ham for a food based story time, which I think is a good idea. Leer reseña completa

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Reseña de usuario  - Rosa.Mill - LibraryThing

The toad prince visits the the turtle princess and doesn't eat for days b/c he's too timid to tell the turtle what he likes. It's a sweet story and a review article recommended pairing it with green eggs and ham for a food based story time, which I think is a good idea. Leer reseña completa

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Sobre el autor (1998)

Martha Sastrias is the founder of the International Program for Approaching Children's Literature (PIALI) and is the author of "Caminos a la lectura," "Como motivar a los ninos a leer," "Palabras para jugar," and "El uso del folklore para motivar a los ninos a leer,"

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