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Alexander, que era rico el domingo pasado / Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday
     

Alexander, que era rico el domingo pasado / Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday

by Judith Viorst, Ray Cruz, Alma Flor Ada (Translator)
 
El domingo pasado, los abuelitos de Alexander le dieron un dólar. ¡Era rico! ¡Había tantas cosas que podí hacer con todo ese dinero!

Podí comprarse todos los chicles que deseaba, o quizá un radiotrsmisor, si ahorrara suficiente dinero. Pero, de alguna manera, el dinero empezó a desaparecer...

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El domingo pasado, los abuelitos de Alexander le dieron un dólar. ¡Era rico! ¡Había tantas cosas que podí hacer con todo ese dinero!

Podí comprarse todos los chicles que deseaba, o quizá un radiotrsmisor, si ahorrara suficiente dinero. Pero, de alguna manera, el dinero empezó a desaparecer...

Esta edició en español de uno de los libros más populares de Jusith Viorst encantará a los lectores de todas las edades.

Editorial Reviews

School Library Journal - School Library Journal
PreS-Gr 4-- Translations of two well-known , very funny picture books. Alexander plans to save the dollar his grandparents give him, but instead spends it or loses it to friends or his older brothers in strange and interesting ways. Those who have older siblings who torment them are sure to appreciate Alexander's powerlessness. In the second book, Alexander suspects that it's going to be a dreadful day as soon as he gets up--and how right he is. Black-and-white drawings dramatize his feelings and capture the humor in the situations.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780812477054
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
Publication date:
10/28/1989
Edition description:
Spanish-language Edition
Pages:
32
Sales rank:
927,326
Product dimensions:
9.90(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
5 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

Judith Viorst was born and brought up in New Jersey, graduated from Rutgers University, moved to Greenwich Village, and has lived in Washington, D.C., since 1960, when she married Milton Viorst, a political writer. They have three sons—Anthony and Nick (who are lawyers) and Alexander (who does community-development lending for a bank) and seven grandchildren—Miranda, Brandeis, Olivia, Nathaniel, Benjamin, Isaac, and Toby.

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