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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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1 es de uno (1 is for One)
Follow numbers from one to ten through changing situations in three progressively smaller books. Level E. Learn more >
Afuera de mi ventana (Right Outside My Window)
With each season, there is always something new to see right outside the window. Level F. Learn more >
Los animales duermen (Animals Sleeping)
Find out where different animals sleep. Level C. Learn more >
Los animales se esconden (Animals Hiding)
Try to find animals that are hiding in grass, sand, and snow. Level B. Learn more >
Los bomberos (Firefighters)
Follow the firefighters from the fire station to the fire-and back again. Level D. Learn more >
La calabaza crece (A Pumpkin Grows)
Learn how a big pumpkin grows from a small seed. Level F. Learn more >
Una cálida noche de verano (One Hot Summer Night)
Three friends decide to sleep outside on a hot summer light. When a dog, a cat, and a goat join them in the tent, the friends decide it would be better to sleep inside. Level G. Learn more >
Caperucita Roja (Little Red Riding Hood)
A little girl sets out to visit her grandmother, only to meet up with a pesky wolf. Level D. Learn more >
Casas (Homes)
Find out many different places where people make their homes. Level B. Learn more >
Cómo hacer títeres con calcetines (How to Make Sock Puppets)
Make clever and unique puppets from old socks by following an easy, step-by-step process. Level F. Learn more >
Cómo hacer un collage (Making Collages)
Learn how to make unique collage pictures in a clear, easy-to-follow process. Level F. Learn more >
Cómo preparar salsa (How to Make Salsa)
Easy, step-by-step directions show how to make salsa. Level I. Learn more >
¿Cuál será el clima? (What Will the Weather Be?)
To explain the science of weather prediction, the author uses key ideas and details, illustrations, and text features. Level J. Learn more >
¿Cuántas patas tienen? (How Many Legs)
Look closely to see how many legs each animal has. Level C. Learn more >
Un cuento para leer antes de dormir (Bedtime Story)
Polly and her friend, Bed Rabbit, are ready for bed, but first Polly needs to lure her parents away from their own reading. Level J. Learn more >
¡Cuidado! (Watch Out!)
Follow the exciting sea adventures of two young fish. Level A. Learn more >
Cultivo de rabanitos y zanahorias (Growing Radishes and Carrots)
Follow step-by-step directions to grow radishes and carrots. Level I. Learn more >
Los delfines (Dolphins)
Find out lots of dolphin facts, including information on dolphin babies and dolphin sounds. Level F. Learn more >
El desayuno en la granja (Breakfast at the Farm)
Everything and everyone on the farm has something different for breakfast. Level B. Learn more >
¡Despierta Ginger! (Wake Up Ginger)
A mouse plays catch-me-if-you-can with a cat named Ginger. Level C. Learn more >
¿A dónde va el viento? (Where Does the Wind Go)
A young girl sees the different effects the wind creates all around her and wonders where the wind goes afterwards. Level L. Learn more >
¿Dónde viven los animales? (Where Do Animals Live)
Take a look at the different animals living in trees and ponds, and in the ground. Level D. Learn more >
En el zoológico (Zoo-Looking)
Flora and her dad have fun looking at all the animals in the zoo. Level G. Learn more >
Flotar y hundirse (Floating and Sinking)
This nonfiction book shows how to find what sorts of things float and sink. Level I. Learn more >
¡Gatita perdida! (Lost Cat)
When a girl’s pet cat is lost, Mom and Dad suggest many places to look. Level D. Learn more >
Hay un lugar (Somewhere)
This illustrated poem describes wonderful things happening in nature. Level I. Learn more >
Lenny y Tulio (Lenny and Tweek)
Lenny posts a note, looking for a friend. Along comes Tweek, who fills in until Lenny’s friend arrives. Level I. Learn more >
Mañana, tarde y noche. Poemas para todo el día (Morning, Noon and Night)
Twenty-nine poems about the kinds of things children think, feel, and do throughout their day. Level I. Learn more >
Me divierto con mis amigos (Fun with Friends)
Three friends engage in a variety of activities at a playground. Level A. Learn more >
Mira al camaleón (Look at the Lizard)
Take a very close look at a lizard! Level A. Learn more >
Un mundo de aves (A World of Birds)
Photographs encourage readers to take a look a wide variety of birds. Level B. Learn more >
¡Nada de cantar hoy! (No Singing Today)
Ricky loves to sing, but one morning he wakes up and finds notes everywhere that tell him not to. Level H. Learn more >
Nuestras aventuras (Days of Adventure)
By using their imagination, two friends go on many adventures. Level D. Learn more >
Orugas (Caterpillars)
This nonfiction book, with fold-out pages, explains the changes that take place as caterpillars become butterflies or moths. Level L. Learn more >
Los pingüinos son aves acuáticas (Penguins are Water Birds)
Learn about the life of penguins in this detailed book full of interesting information and photos. Level G. Learn more >
El primer día de clases (First Day of School)
A young boy points out what he sees on his first day of school. Level A. Learn more >
Pruebas de primavera (Signs of Spring)
While walking to school with her friends one day, Lucy finds many signs of spring. Level F. Learn more >
¿Qué es la economia? (What Is Economics?)
Economics is explored through examples of how we work, buy, and sell in our daily lives. Level H. Learn more >
¿Qué hay para comer? (What's Cooking)
The children in Mrs. Peabody’s class cook foods of many different colors. Level H. Learn more >
¡Qué rico! (Yum! Yum!)
Find out what happens to the Big Bad Wolf when he plans a picnic. Level C. Learn more >
¿Quién es? (Who's There)
When zoo animals decide to call the zookeeper, the zookeeper is mystified-until she sees that the elephant is literally on the phone. Level A. Learn more >
¿A quien necesita los mapas? (Who Needs Maps?)
People use maps to learn about and to find places. There are many kinds of maps, but most have common features such as a legend, a compass rose, and a map scale. Level G. Learn more >
¿Quién puede? (Who Can)
A young girl’s cat can do many things that she can’t do, but they can both run fast. Level B. Learn more >
El tambor real. Un cuento ashanti (The Royal Drum: An Ashanti Tale Folktale)
All the animals work to make a drum for the King of the Jungle . . . except lazy Monkey. Anansi the spider makes certain that in the end, Monkey gets the job he deserves. Level L. Learn more >
Te presento al pulpo (Meet the Octopus)
This nonfiction book is filled with interesting information about octopuses. Level L. Learn more >
Trabajos (Jobs)
See what some people make while on the job. Level A. Learn more >
Tubos en mis oídos. Mi visita al hospital (Tubes in My Ears)
A boy describes what happens when he goes to the hospital to have a tubes put in his ears. Level L. Learn more >
La vida hace mucho tiempo (Life Long Ago)
The author uses contrasting photographs to show key details about how life both stays the same and changes over time. Level A. Learn more >