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Bookshop Books in Companion Spanish Adaptations
Spanish adaptations of books from Mondo’s Bookshop K-5 libraries provide Spanish-speaking students with authentic reading experiences. A wide range of texts are available in a variety of reading stages, text types, book sizes, and formats, allowing teachers to provide instruction at a student’s exact point of need.

Grade K (Levels A-J): 48 titles
Grade 1 (Levels A-L): 48 titles
Grade 2 (Levels D-Q): 48 titles
Grade 3 (Levels J-T): 48 titles
Grade 4 (Levels L-T): 24 titles
Grade 5 (Levels N-V): 24 titles

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  • Books in a range of text types and formats grab the interest of readers.
  • Literature text types include fable, fairy tale, fantasy, folktale, graphic novel, historical fiction, legend, myth, mystery, narrative, play, poetry, question and answer, realistic fiction, and science fiction.
  • Informational text types include biography, explanation, informational poem, persuasive, procedure, reference, report, and transactional.
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¡A volar! Viajar en avión (Up And Away! Taking a Flight)
What do people do at an airport? How is an airplane prepared for flight? Who keeps watch over all the airplanes in the sky? (Established) Learn more >
La América del norte colonial (Colonial America)
Through points, reasons, key details, and images, the author informs readers about life in colonial America. Level J. Learn more >
Arañas (Spiders)
This nonfiction book uses illustrations and diagrams to help readers learn about spiders. Level M. Learn more >
Árboles (Trees)
This nonfiction text helps students investigate the properties and life cycle of trees. Level H. Learn more >
Las ballenas (Whales)
Which animal swims in the ocean but needs to breathe air? A whale, of course! This informative, nonfiction text explores what makes whales unique and how various whales are different from each other. Level P. Learn more >
Los caballitos de mar (Seahorses)
This nonfiction photographic text presents a wealth of information about the seahorse, a unique kind of fish. Level G. Learn more >
Los Castores (Beavers)
This nonfiction text introduces students to the world of beavers. This includes how beavers build their lodges, beavers’ physical features, and a beaver’s family life. Level J. Learn more >
Cómo hacer cristales (How to Grow Crystals)
Crystals are fascinating, beautiful, and easily grown in the classroom. With step-by-step instructions, learn how to identify and make several types of crystals. Level Q. Learn more >
La Constitución: Por el pueblo, para el pueblo (The Constitution: By the People, For the People)
This nonfiction text explains the history of the Constitution and how it shapes democracy today. Level P. Learn more >
Cyril, galletas de azúcar (Sugar Cakes Cyril )
Cyril lives on the Caribbean island of St. Thomas, where there is much to do-from helping his neighbors make sugar cakes to picking out the best Christmas cactus. Level N. Learn more >
¿Debemos tener mascotas? Un texto persuasivo (Should We Have Pets? A Persuasive Text)
A second-grade class debates the issue of whether or not people should own pets. Level K. Learn more >
¡De ninguna manera guiñito azul! (No Way Winky Blue)
Rosie always wanted a pet and finally convinces her aunt to let her have a bird. When the bird doesn’t perform as Rosie expects it to, she becomes angry. But then she learns to love her new pet the way it is. Level P. Learn more >
El abuelo viene a casa (Grandpa Comes to Stay)
When Grandpa comes to stay, he doesn’t act quite the way everyone expects him to. Grandpa definitely has his own ideas! Level K. Learn more >
El dragón bailarín (Dancing Dragon)
This rhyming story describes a typical Chinese New Year celebration. Level H. Learn more >
Faisán y martín pescador (Pheasant and Kingfisher)
When two men named Bookbook and Bered-bered decide to cut down bamboo, they anger the people to whom the bamboo belongs. To escape, the men turn into two birds-a pheasant and a kingfisher, each making the sound of his name. Level L. Learn more >
El farol de la señorita Geneva (Miss Geneva's Lantern)
When Inez runs an errand to Miss Darcy’s, she must pass by two spooky houses-one haunted by the ghost of Mr. Boone and one with a witch named Miss Geneva. Level O. Learn more >
Francis Scott Key y “la bandera de estrellas centelleantes” (Francis Scott Key and "The Star Spangle
Francis Scott Key was inspired to write the lyrics of the U.S. national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” after an anxious night watching a battle between American and British forces near Baltimore in 1814. Level J. Learn more >
El gato Bonami (Beauregard the Cat)
Beauregard loves Rebecca. Rebecca takes good care of Beauregard, returning his affection. But what will happen when Beauregard is introduced to a new cat? Will he still love Rebecca best? Level L. Learn more >
Hagamos un papalote (Let's Make a Kite)
Easy-to-follow instructions show readers how they can make their own kites. Level E. Learn more >
Jugar a las escondidas con el abuelo (Hide and Seek with Grandpa)
On their special Sundays together, Finley and Grandpa play protracted games of hide-and-seek and have other strange adventures. Level K. Learn more >
Leo y Lester (Leo and Lester)
When Leo and his friend Lester go to town together, Leo tries to help Lester by giving him lessons on how to behave and use his manners. Level K. Learn more >
Los líderes de nuestro gobierno (Our Government Leaders)
This nonfiction text explains the roles of citizens and government leaders in democracy. Level N. Learn more >
Máquinas simples (Simple Machines)
This nonfiction text explains how we use simple machines to make work easier in our daily lives. Level L. Learn more >
La maravillosa línea recta (Straight Line Wonder)
What happens when a straight line decides to jump in humps and twirl in whirls? This book is about daring to be different. Level J. Learn more >
Mario viaja por la tierra de los mayas (Mario's Mayan Journey)
Mario would love to see the Mayan ruins, but he lives in Mexico City, which is too far away. One night, he wakes up to find himself on a magical journey. How can he preserve the images of his dream when he wakes up? Level O. Learn more >
Mariposa en mi jardín (Butterflies in My Garden)
A young girl follows the life cycle of a butterfly in her garden. Level F. Learn more >
¡Me ahogo! (Gasp!)
When its owners leave, a greedy fish falls out of its bowl. Gasp! It’s a desperate search for water! Through humorous failed attempts and pages that count down instead of up, this hilarious fish doesn’t find water until the last possible page. Level J. Learn more >
Mi corte de pelo (My Haircut)
A boy gets a haircut from an inexperienced barber-his brother. Level D. Learn more >
Mi gorra de la suerte (My Lucky Hat)
Baseball fan Frank saves the day (and the game) for his favorite player by lending him his lucky hat. Level H. Learn more >
Milo y el desfile de camiones de bomberos (Milo and the Fire Engine Parade)
Milo wants to see the Fire Engine Parade, but he’s been grounded. However, his dog, Wolf, has other ideas. Level G. Learn more >
Milo y el truco más increíble (Milo and the Greatest Trick Ever)
Even though it takes a lot longer than anticipated, Milo’s trick featuring Rainbow the cat is a great success. Level G. Learn more >
¡Mira que luna! (Look At The Moon)
Does everyone see the same moon, no matter where they live? As readers take a journey around the world, they discover the answer to the question (Yes!). Level K. Learn more >
Necesito gafas. La visita al optometrista (I Need Glasses)
A young boy explains what happens during his visit to an optometrist to be fitted with the glasses he needs. Level I. Learn more >
Néstor (Nestor)
Nestor tries to obey his father’s safety rules when he goes fishing all by himself. But when disaster strikes, Nestor discovers that not all animals that live by the river are dangerous. Level I. Learn more >
Nos vamos a la montaña del trueno (We're Off to Thunder Mountain)
On an eerie night, a lonely witch goes out. Through rhyming text, follow the witch and the growing group of ghoulies she meets, as they head to a party on Thunder Mountain. Level J. Learn more >
Nuestra tierra en constante cambio (Our Changing Earth)
This nonfiction text uses photographs and diagrams to explain how the earth changes through volcanoes, earthquakes, and erosion. Level G. Learn more >
Nuestros tesoros nacionales (Our National Treasures)
From the Golden Gate Bridge to Plymouth Rock, a baker’s dozen of the United States’ historic places are visited. Level K. Learn more >
¿Oíste cómo el viento canta tu nombre? (Do You Hear the Wind Sing Your Name)
As winter fades and spring begins, the land and its animals begin to change. The lyrical words of this book, a song of the Oneida people, invite students to think about all that returns during this season. Level N. Learn more >
El ornitorrinco (Platypus)
Through illustrations, photographs, and diagrams, this book helps students explore the world and life of the platypus, an animal that lives naturally only in Australia. Level O. Learn more >
Otra Cosa (Something Else)
Something Else tries to be like everyone else. But he only shows how different he is. Finally a friend shows up who is just like Something Else-only different! Level I. Learn more >
Una poni llamada Shawney (A Pony Named Shawney)
Scott has never felt that his wheelchair holds him back from doing things, and that includes riding Shawney. His persistence to ride pays off: riding Shawney changes Scott’s life. Level O. Learn more >
Primeros habitantes del continente americano (Early People of the Americas)
Through key details, diagrams, maps, and images, the author uses social studies words and phrases to tell about the early people of the Americas. Level G. Learn more >
¿Quieres ser mi amigo? Poemas para amigos (Could We Be Friends? Poems for Pals)
This collection of poems focuses on relationships. From brothers and sisters and new and old friends to neighbors and pets, readers will be able to identify with the themes. Level L. Learn more >
Ranas (Frogs)
This nonfiction book invites students to explore the world of frogs. Topics include learning about a variety of frogs, their features, a frog’s life cycle, and how to protect frogs toda. Level O. Learn more >
Refugios de animales (Animal Shelters)
This book explores the incredible and diverse places where animals live. Level N. Learn more >
Una roca en el camino (A Stone in the Road)
The king sets out a stone in the road as a test. Will he find the problem-solver he is looking for? Level E. Learn more >
Si fueras una hormiga (Thinking About Ants)
This book invites readers to imagine what it would be like to be an ant. From this unique perspective, students consider how small they’d be, where they’d live, what they’d look like, and more. Level L. Learn more >
Tiburones (Sharks)
Photographs, diagrams, labeled illustrations, and fun facts present a wealth of information about sharks, an ancient variety of fish. Level L. Learn more >
El viaje a los Estados Unidos (Sailing to America)
This nonfiction text explains why immigrants have come to America. It uses illustrations and historical photographs to describe the experience of immigrants coming to America by ship and entering the country through Ellis Island. Level H. Learn more >