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La Perezosa Impaciente

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Mía is a sloth who lives in Colombia. She is impatient and longs to do things faster. Then she meets a very special anteater on a motorbike...

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Mía is a sloth who lives in Colombia. She would like to drink coffee, like her mother. She would like to be faster. Mía is impatient and starts exploring her surroundings. She encounters different animals: an anteater on a motorbike, a mean armandillo and an even nastier goat. When her adventure comes to an end, Mía has found out that doing things in your pace is fine and she has a sweet boyfriend.

The story is exciting, but while reading it, you also get to know more about Colombia: about its culture, the different animals that live there and about coffee. Apart from the story you will find information about these aspects. The book als contains a list of themes that you would want to explore further and discuss in class, like Colombian coffee and the value of friendship. And the fact that it is chill to go slow.

A funny, exciting and informative story for students who just started to learn Spanish, on their way to level A1.

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Would you like to order a class set? We will give you a 10% discount on 25 or more copies of the same title. Please, order the novels via e-mail. Due to relatively small stock numbers, please allow 2-3 weeks for your order.

anders zijn / being different / Colombia / Mira Canion
Author Mira Canion
Year of publication 2018
Number of pages 24, plus 24 with extra information and word list
ISBN 978-1-947006-02-7
Illustrated by Robotto Studio
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