El ciervo y los pajaritos cantores

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Acuña, Luciana
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2012
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"Here is booklet #27 out of a series of twenty-seven. Each booklet of sixteen pages contains three fables. "El ciervo y los pajaritos cantores" features little birds who sing to cheer up the grumpy stag Walter, whose displeasure is well illustrated in his face on 5. Walter bashes his rack against a tree to get rid of the birds. Soon Walter misses the song of his friends. They return and sing, and he promises never to dismiss them again. "We sometimes do not appreciate what we have until we do not have it." "El Castor tramposo" presents a group of beavers that enjoy swimming races. Jacinto decides to cheat in order to win. His method is to create waves that make normal swimming difficult for competitors. Actually, all the latter leave the water -- except Jacinto. He can neither swim nor maneuver because of the waves he has caused. Of course, the others help him survive. Cheaters never win. "El Coati que odiaba su nariz" presents Alfredo, the coati who does not join in group outings because he is sensitive about his big nose. Elders try to tell him that a large nose is distinctive of their species and has advantages, but he tries rather to hide his big nose. Once he gets lost from the group. How can he find his way back? He uses his nose! Sometimes what we think is a defect can be a great advantage."
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Arte Gráfico Editorial Argentino: EME Marketing Editorial: Clarinx
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