Bookshop en español Big Books

Bookshop big books offer opportunities for building critical skills with shared reading experiences. Vibrant, motivational texts span a range of informational and literature text types and levels. All big books are accompanied by a lesson plan that includes teaching focuses that support the instruction of 21st century standards.

See also English Big Books
  • Spanish Big Books provide opportunities for teaching critical reading skills and strategies.
  • Immersing students with these natural language structures supports their growth as readers and writers.
  • Teacher’s Notes provide clear comprehension focuses and modeled teacher language in Spanish.
  • High-interest titles are among the most popular in Mondo’s Big Books Libraries.
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Crea tu propia tarjeta de san Valentín (Make a Valentine)
Follow easy directions to make a valentine. Level C. 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 >
¿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 >
Joyas: rimas para que los niños jueguen (Jewels: Children's Play Rhymes)
Twenty-one play rhymes from around the world. Level J. 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 >
Nuestro sol es una estrella (Our Sun Is a Star)
This book explains that the sun is a star that gives light and heat. 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 >
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 >
¡Pica, pica! (Itch! Itch!)
Children playing in the ivy patch get an itchy rash. Level C. Learn more >
Los Pollitos (Chickens)
Learn how chickens hatch from eggs. (Beginning) 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 >
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 >
Grado K- Colección de textos tematicos Volumen 1(Themed Text Collection Grade K-Volume 1)
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Grado K- Colección de textos tematicos Volumen 2(Themed Text Collection Grade K-Volume 2)
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