Es Mio - It's Mine (Eric & Julieta Series)

Es Mio - It's Mine (Eric & Julieta Series)

by Isabel Munoz, Gustavo Mazali
     
 

While Julieta sleeps, Eric explores his artistic talents with his new set of crayons. It's nice when little sisters sleep, because they can't bug you when they're like that. But, alas, at some point they have to wake up, and when Julieta does she comes straight to Eric and asks him to share the crayons with her. He obliges, reluctantly, but won't give her any paper.…  See more details below

Overview

While Julieta sleeps, Eric explores his artistic talents with his new set of crayons. It's nice when little sisters sleep, because they can't bug you when they're like that. But, alas, at some point they have to wake up, and when Julieta does she comes straight to Eric and asks him to share the crayons with her. He obliges, reluctantly, but won't give her any paper. All she does is scribble stuff! Instead, Eric prompts Julieta to look elsewhere to express the artist she has inside. What she finds, though, is bound to get them into trouble: she finds the floor, the walls.. "Eriiiiiic!!!!!"

Bilingual title: Es mio / It's mine

Julieta le insiste tanto a Eric que le preste sus crayones, que al final Eric accede, pero desde luego, no le va a dar papel. Si total, para lo que va a dibujar… Eric le sugiere a Julieta que busque otros sitios para expresar su creatividad. Y Julieta desde luego los encuentra: el suelo, las paredes.... Eriiiiiiic!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780439783705
Publisher:
Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date:
01/09/2006
Series:
Eric & Julieta
Edition description:
Bilingual Edition: English & Spanish
Pages:
24
Sales rank:
746,076
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 7.96(h) x 0.09(d)
Lexile:
AD130L (what's this?)
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

Meet the Author


Isabel Muñoz lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She taught literature to middle-school children and now works as a freelance writer and editor. She studied Language Arts at the University of Buenos Aires and has published more than one hundred books for children of all ages.

Gustavo Mazali lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A self-taught artist, he has illustrated many children’s books published in Europe and the United States. His children are his main source of inspiration.

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