Julia & Paco: La escuela Sabana / Julia & Paco: The Savannah School


Julia & Paco: La escuela Sabana / Julia & Paco: The Savannah School

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 07/21/2020
  • Publisher: Beascoa

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La jirafa Julia y el puercoespín Paco son grandes amigos.

Ella es altísima y muy tímida.

Él tiene púas y es un poco cascarrabias.

En la escuela Sabana hay animales de muchos tipos y todos dicen siempre al entrar: «¡Buenos días por la mañana!», bueno, todos no. La jirafa Julia tiene una lengua muy larga y se hace un lío con las palabras. Ella dice: «¿Es día sandía o día banana?». Todos se ríen de ella. Todos menos Paco, que siempre la defiende y trata de animarla.

Pero, ¿qué es un «día sandía»? ¿Y un «día banana»?



Giraffe Julia and porcupine Paco are great friends.
She is very tall and very shy.
He has spikes and is a bit of a grouch.
In Savannah School there are many types of animals and every morning all the students say: “Good morning in the morning!”, as they enter. Well, not everyone. Giraffe Julia has a very long tongue and makes a mess with her words. Everyone laughs at her as she gets tongue-tied during the morning salute. Everyone except Paco, who always defends her and tries to cheer her up.
But what are those words she says each morning: "watermelon day" and "banana day"?

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