Bookshop Spanish Classroom Libraries

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. Classroom libraries include six copies of each title, individual guided reading lesson plans in Spanish and English, and book bins for convenient storage. See also Bookshop Spanish K-5 Classroom Library.

Grade K (Early Emergent-Transitional Stages): 70 titles (420 books)
Grade 1 (Early Emergent-Established Stages): 73 titles (438 books)
Grade 2 (Beginning-Established Stages): 69 titles (414 books)
Grade 3 (Transitional-Established Stages): 50 titles (300 books)
Grade 4 (Early Established-Established Stages): 20 titles (120 books)
Grade 5 (Early Established-Established Stages): 20 titles (120 books)
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  • Lesson plans in Spanish and English model focused teaching with clear comprehension focuses and teacher language.
  • Books in a range of text types and formats grab the interest of readers.
  • Fiction 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.
  • Nonfiction text types include biography, explanation, informational poem, persuasive, procedure, reference, report, and transactional.
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¡A batear! (Batter Up)
A boy tries and tries to get a hit in baseball…and finally succeeds. Level B. Learn more >
Almuerzo en el zoológico (Lunch at the Zoo)
All the zoo animals are eating lunch-and so is one of the visitors. (Early Emergent) Learn more >
Amigas (Friends)
A young girl and her adult friends have a fun-filled day together. Level D. Learn more >
Árbol de manzanas (Apple Picking)
Getting to the apples on that tree is hard work! Here’s what it takes. Level A. Learn more >
¡Bip biiip! (Honk!)
A fire engine gets stuck in traffic on the way to a fire. Level B. Learn more >
Camiones y camionetas (Trucks)
Many kinds of trucks carry many kinds of things-even other trucks! Level B. Learn more >
Carta (Pen Pals)
Two children write to each other all year long and describe their seasonal activities. (Emergent) Learn more >
Cinco monitos (Five Little Monkeys)
Five little monkeys disappear in this silly version of a traditional counting rhyme. (Beginning) Learn more >
Colas (Tails)
Try to identify an animal by its tail. (Beginning) Learn more >
¡Corre, corre! (Run! Run!)
The three pigs, Red Riding Hood, and other favorite story characters are all off and running-but why? Level C. Learn more >
Correo especial (Special Delivery)
A little girl has a number of special deliveries-and her mom has one for her! (Early Emergent) Learn more >
Crea tu propia tarjeta de san Valentín (Make a Valentine)
Follow easy directions to make a valentine. Level C. Learn more >
Cuando Ricitos de Oro fue a la casa de los osos (When Goldilocks Went to the House of the Bears)
The traditional story of Goldilocks and the three bears is presented in rhyme. Learn more >
¿Cuántas mascotas hay? (How Many Pets?)
Students help count how many pets they have at school. Level C. Learn more >
Derretir (Melting)
Some things melt in the sun and some do not. Level H. Learn more >
Diferentes formas de viajar (Way to Go )
Children on their way to a birthday party travel in all sorts of ways. (Beginning) Learn more >
Dinosaurios (Dinosaurs)
Learn about nineteen kinds of dinosaurs that lived on Earth long ago. (Transitional) Learn more >
Diversión con sombreros (Fun with Hats)
Three girls put on some hats they find in a truck and pretend to be different characters. (Early Emergent) Learn more >
¿Dónde está Marco? (Where Is Marco?)
Marco likes to read books that take him on imaginary journeys to lots of different places. Level B. Learn more >
El lindo abrigo. Canción tradicional (Little Overcoat)
A young boy keeps changing his overcoat, making it into other things. Level E. Learn more >
En el bosque (In the Woods)
Colorful photographs show animals that live in the woods, including a snake, a rabbit, a skunk, a fox, an owl, a deer, and a bear. Level B. Learn more >
En el trabajo (At Work)
This nonfiction look at jobs shows that different jobs require people to work in different places. Level B. Learn more >
Es agua (This is Water)
Water comes in many forms. Here is a look at some of them. Level B. Learn more >
¿Esto es un Monstruo? (Is This A Monster)
Learn about different animals by seeing first a photo of a part of an animal and then the entire animal. Level C. Learn more >
Flores (Flowers)
Eight different flowers are identified, first by color and then by name. Level A. Learn more >
Galletas de animalitos (Animal Crackers)
An active imagination and a box of animal crackers turn a trip to the grocery store into an animal adventure. (Emergent) Learn more >
Gotas de lluvia (Raindrops)
Raindrops fall in the puddle, the stream, the lake, the river, the sea, and in the glass. (Emergent) Learn more >
Hasta que llegó Princesa (Until We Got Princess)
A dog named Princess causes all sorts of trouble for her family until she is trained. The problems resume when the family gets a new puppy named Prince. (Beginning) Learn more >
Hay un ratón en la casa (There's a Mouse in the House)
There’s a mouse, a cat, a dog, a tiger, and an elephant in the house. Level A. Learn more >
Interrupciones (Interruptions)
Two girls and a boy interrupt grown-ups’ activities, claiming imaginary characters are to blame. (Beginning) Learn more >
Joyas: rimas para que los niños jueguen (Jewels: Children's Play Rhymes)
Twenty-one play rhymes from around the world. Level J. Learn more >
La fiesta de los monstruos (Monster Party)
A group of friendly monsters are having a party. Some of the arrivals are unexpected! Level A. Learn more >
Las pinturas de Peter (Peter's Painting)
Peter expresses his imagination through his paintings. (Beginning) Learn more >
Las tarántulas son arañas (Tarantulas Are Spiders)
Interesting facts about tarantulas, the largest of all spiders, are presented. Level G. Learn more >
Los Pollitos (Chickens)
Learn how chickens hatch from eggs. (Beginning) Learn more >
Manos, manos, manos (Hands, Hands, Hands)
In this rhyming story, an imaginary creature helps the reader learn about some of the many things that hands can do. (Beginning) Learn more >
Marvella y la luna (Marvella And The Moon)
Marvella finally finds a way to get to the moon, but it sure doesn’t feel like home. (Beginning) Learn more >
Me encantan los bichos (I Love Bugs)
A young girl loves to watch bugs march, fly, buzz, crawl, glow, and hop. Level C. Learn more >
Mi Abuelo (My Grandpa)
Grandpa eats anything he wants, particularly sweets. (Beginning) Learn more >
Mi familia circense (My Circus Family)
A young boy tells about his family, all of whom are circus performers. (Emergent) Learn more >
Mi nuevo cohete (My New Rocket)
A new rocket arrives in the mail, and a boy takes an amazing trip throughspace. (Emergent) Learn more >
Min viaja en avión (Min's Plane Ride)
Min takes her first plane trip and sees many things from up in the air. (Emergent) Learn more >
Mira otra vez (Look Again)
Using a magnifying glass, binoculars, and a telescope, three children explore the outdoors. Level C. Learn more >
No me asustó a mi (It Didn't Frighten Me)
Night after night, a young boy sees strange creatures outside his window. None of them frighten him-except a big brown owl. Level D. Learn more >
Nubes (Clouds)
A young boy and his companions see some familiar shapes in the sky. Level A. Learn more >
¡Oh No! (Oh No!)
A little girl discovers holes in everything. Level D. Learn more >
¡Ositos! (Little Bears)
Little bears do many things that children do. This book shows a number of them. Level B. Learn more >
¡Pica, pica! (Itch! Itch!)
Children playing in the ivy patch get an itchy rash. Level C. Learn more >
Puedo empujar (I Can Push)
A young boy easily pushes many things, such as a toy truck and a swing, until he tries to push his dog toward the garden hose for a bath. Level A. Learn more >
¡Qué desastre! (What a Mess)
A girl makes her own breakfast with some “help” from her dog. (Emergent) Learn more >
¿Qué hacemos en la escuela? (What We do at School )
There are lots of fun things to do at school. Here are just a few of them. (Early Emergent) Learn more >
¿Qué sale del huevo? (What comes from Eggs)
Many animals hatch from eggs. This book shows us a few of them-and their eggs, too. Level B. Learn more >
¿Que viene primero? (What Comes First?)
Relationships in nature, such as the sun preceding the day, are presented. Level C. Learn more >
¿Quién vive en el mar? (Who Lives in the Sea)
Sea life, including jellyfish, sea stars, fish, octopus, seals, dolphins, and sharks, is shown in colorful photographs. Level B. Learn more >
¿Quieres jugar con nosotros? (Will You Play With Us?)
Two boys invite another to play, and another, and another. Follow their adventures as the group gets bigger and bigger. (Emergent) Learn more >
Refréscate (Cool Off)
A group of children in a city neighborhood try many ways to cool off on a hotsummer day. Level C. Learn more >
Sábados por la mañana (Saturday Mornings)
A young boy likes to help his family on Saturday mornings, but he particularly loves to help his grandma when she bakes cookies. Level E. Learn more >
¡Tengo sentimientos! (I Have Feelings)
A young mouse explores and expresses emotions throughout the day. (Transitional) Learn more >
Tienda de mascotas (Pet Store, The)
There are many animals in the pet store-and they come in all sizes! Level B. Learn more >
Un paseo por la ciudad (Trip to the City, A)
Two children explore a city with their grandparents-and watch as their grandfather does some unusual things. Level C. Learn more >
Una casa para Hickory (A House for Hickory)
Hickory the Mouse goes in search of a new house. Lift-up flaps reveal the various possibilities. (Transitional) Learn more >
Una semana con la tía Bea (Week with Aunt Bea)
Aunt Bea visits her niece, and each day of the week is filled with activity. Level D. Learn more >
Vamos a jugar fútbol (Play Ball)
Watch all the actions in a soccer game. Level A. Learn more >
Ven a jugar (Come and Play)
A young girl and her doll try out a variety of imaginary professions. Level B. Learn more >
Vistosas y sabrosas (Crunchy Munchy )
Farmer Rosie won’t allow the animals to eat apples from her apple tree.But the animals eat them anyway-then find out why they shouldn’t have. (Transitional) Learn more >
Yo como hojas (I Eat Leaves)
Animals that eat leaves are introduced. Level B. Learn more >
Yo pinto (I Paint)
A young boy (and his cat) spend the day painting. Level A. Learn more >