When the town mouse and the city mouse visit each other, they discover they prefer very different ways of life.
Children's Literature - Rosa RobertsIn this version of Aesop's fable of country mouse and city mouse, young Spanish readers will become acquainted with the adage of being satisfied with what you have and where you live because of repercussions. At the beginning of the book, a fable is defined for readers. Educators and parents can use this text as an opportunity to teach children about individuality and varied preferences in life choices. From the six levels in this series, this book is in the yellow level, which provides higher ideas, extensive vocabulary, and varied sentence structure. The illustrations are simplistic and the mice show no facial expressions throughout the pages; therefore, when a child is reading and looking at the pictures he or she can not deduct meaning if the text is already challenging. An Accelerated Reader quiz is available for library and classroom use. Part of the "Read It! Readers" series.
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