La orca gigante

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Acuña, Luciana
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2012
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"Here is booklet #20 out of a series of twenty-seven. Each booklet of sixteen pages contains three fables. The title fable tells of Ursula the Whale who wipes out whole cities of fish with a swish of her giant tail. She approaches one such city and the alarm goes out, but a distracted dolphin is still there reading the "Mundo Marino" newspaper. His may be the most delightful illustration in the book (7). The dolphin asks "Why are you so evil?" Ursula's answer is that she is not evil but clumsy. She keeps bumping into things. That day the whole city greets Ursula as a friend. "Appearances deceive; listen before you judge." In "La Chinchilla y los regalos," Roxana the young chinchilla, spends her time asking to buy everything she sees around her. She has, as a result, a lot of toys. And she wants more. She will not give gifts, not even the things she does not use any longer. Her mother finally lays down the law: you get nothing until you give up something. "Being generous brings great satisfactions." "La Ardilla y la maga" is about Carolina the nervous squirrel, who gets so anxious about things that, asked to be the assistant to a visiting magician, she screws up all his tricks. She asks for a second chance and gets it. "Being too anxious will be detrimental to you and to your friends.""
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Arte Gráfico Editorial Argentino: EME Marketing Editorial: Clarinx
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