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Title details for Let Me Help! / ¡Quiero ayudar! by Alma Flor Ada - Available

Let Me Help! / ¡Quiero ayudar!

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Bilingual English/Spanish. Perico learns this phrase from little Martita, who's been saying it a lot lately. When the whole family scrambles to prepare for Cinco de Mayo, Perico knows there must be some way he can help-even if he is just a parrot. "Let me help!" Perico learns this phrase from little Martita, who's been saying it a lot lately. When the whole family scrambles to prepare for Cinco de Mayo, Perico knows there must be some way he can help-even if he is just a parrot. Perico tries to help abuela make delicious tamales. He tries to help craft beautiful paper flowers for the barge his family will take down the San Antonio River. He tries to help the boys practice their mariachi number on the porch. But at every turn Perico is shooed away, until he finally figures out how he can add something special to the Cinco de Mayo fun. Acclaimed author Alma Flor Ada's tale is the story of every young reader who has been told he or she is too little or too young to help. Angela Domínguez's vibrantly hued paintings glow with the rich colors of the southwest. Let Me Help! is a joyful read-aloud even the littlest helpers can celebrate year-round.

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Publisher: Lee & Low Books

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  • ISBN: 9780892393336
  • File size: 200801 KB
  • Release date: March 16, 2010

Formats

PDF ebook

Languages

English
Spanish; Castilian

Levels

Lexile® Measure:950
Text Difficulty:5-6

Bilingual English/Spanish. Perico learns this phrase from little Martita, who's been saying it a lot lately. When the whole family scrambles to prepare for Cinco de Mayo, Perico knows there must be some way he can help-even if he is just a parrot. "Let me help!" Perico learns this phrase from little Martita, who's been saying it a lot lately. When the whole family scrambles to prepare for Cinco de Mayo, Perico knows there must be some way he can help-even if he is just a parrot. Perico tries to help abuela make delicious tamales. He tries to help craft beautiful paper flowers for the barge his family will take down the San Antonio River. He tries to help the boys practice their mariachi number on the porch. But at every turn Perico is shooed away, until he finally figures out how he can add something special to the Cinco de Mayo fun. Acclaimed author Alma Flor Ada's tale is the story of every young reader who has been told he or she is too little or too young to help. Angela Domínguez's vibrantly hued paintings glow with the rich colors of the southwest. Let Me Help! is a joyful read-aloud even the littlest helpers can celebrate year-round.

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