Tu puedes hacerlo, Sam

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En el tercer cuento de Sam y Mamá Osa, la autora Amy Hest y la ilustradora Anita Jeram, nos enseñan cuan sencillo es disfrutar del placer de regalar.

Este es un cuento acerca de los afectos, la calidez, la confianza en sí mismo, la importancia de compartir con los amigos, y la belleza de hacer regalitos. Una historia en la cual Sam aprende a creer en sí mismo.

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Overview

En el tercer cuento de Sam y Mamá Osa, la autora Amy Hest y la ilustradora Anita Jeram, nos enseñan cuan sencillo es disfrutar del placer de regalar.

Este es un cuento acerca de los afectos, la calidez, la confianza en sí mismo, la importancia de compartir con los amigos, y la belleza de hacer regalitos. Una historia en la cual Sam aprende a creer en sí mismo.

When Mrs. Bear and little Sam deliver the cakes they have made for their friends in the neighborhood, Sam carries the cakes all by himself, through the snow and up to the front doors.

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Sam es un osito tan dulce que dan ganas de besarle la trompita. El día en el que transcurre esta historia es muy importante para él: Junto a Mamá Osa, el osito amasa y hornea pasteles dorados para sus amigos de la calle del Prado. Usando sus poderoso sentido del olfato para asegurarse de que estén bien cocidos, una vez fuera del horno, Mamá y Sam envuelven cada pastel con mucho amor, y salen en medio de la nieve a recorrer su calle en su camioneta verde.

Una vez seguros de estar bien abrigados y ya en camino, Sam y Mamá Osa discuten los detalles de cómo sorprender a sus amigos. Se han despertado antes que nadie en el pueblo, cada pastel va en una bolsa roja y lleva una etiqueta que dice: "Una sorpresa sabrosa", y los dejarán en silencio en la puerta de sus vecinos.

Lo que Sam no sabía era que Mamá Osa tení también otro plan: por primera vez, Sam deberá caminar sólo por la nieve desde la camioneta verde hasta cada casa para asegurarse de que los pasteles lleguen a destino. Con un poquito de miedo al principio, pero feliz con el apoyo y la confianza de su mamá, quien lo mira y saluda todo el tiempo, Sam descubre que él puede hacerlo sólo, que ya es un osito responsable y cuidadoso. Mamá Osa, muy contenta, le guarda aún otra deliciosa sorpresa, y unos cuantos besos de trompita a trompita.

Un libro muy lindo, ideal para niños que aprenden a hacer cosas solitos, disfrutan de hacer regalos, abrazan como ositos y merecen que les besen la trompita.

Kirkus Reviews
A warm gesture of generosity has Sam and Mrs. Bear up before dawn, baking, wrapping, and delivering small cakes in red gift bags to the sleeping neighbors' doors on their snowy street. Sam's exuberant impatience in the kitchen-"Come on, cakes . . . I can't wait . . . "-is tempered by his shy demeanor when encouraged to walk alone from mom's truck to each house with his savory treat: "Go, go, go! . . . You can do it, Sam." The satisfaction of gift-giving inspires confidence in this preschooler and a sense of security that's ultimately rewarded at home with his own tasty snack of cake and cocoa. Bright, colorful acrylics paint a dual scene of a toasty home life against a frosty clear morning. Endearing characters add to the sweetness and fulfillment that younger children will identify with, making this third Sam and Mrs. Bear story quite a delicious morsel. (Picture book. 2-4)
School Library Journal
PreS-Gr 1-In this third visit to the cozy home of a little bear and his loving mama, Sam has grown just a bit bigger, but not much bolder. When the two of them set out to make early-morning deliveries of the tasty cakes they have baked for their friends, Mrs. Bear encourages him to go to their doors. "All by myself?" he whispers. A heartening hug helps him to muster up his courage and make his way through the new snow to leave a red-bagged surprise on the doorsteps of several houses. And when they return home from making these neighborly gestures, there are two bags left over, just right for a brave little cub and his caring mother. Mrs. Bear in her big green sweater, the homey quilt-square curtains in the snug and humble kitchen, and the white mice with whom the bears share their home are warm and familiar. Jeram's bright, acrylic palette is gold-kissed and glowing. And while this story is not as fluid or as rhythmic as its companions, Sam's fans will find little fault with it.-Kathy Krasniewicz, Perrot Library, Greenwich, CT Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781930332539
  • Publisher: Lectorum Publications, Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/28/2003
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish Language Edition
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 5 - 6 Years
  • Product dimensions: 9.60 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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