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Waiting for the Biblioburro de Monica Brown
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Waiting for the Biblioburro (edició 2011)

de Monica Brown (Autor)

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When a man brings to a remote village two burros, Alfa and Beto, loaded with books the children can borrow, Ana's excitement leads her to write a book of her own as she waits for the BibliBurro to return. Includes glossary of Spanish terms and a note on the true story of Columbia's BiblioBurro and mobile libraries in other countries.… (més)
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Títol:Waiting for the Biblioburro
Autors:Monica Brown (Autor)
Informació:Tricycle Press (2011), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
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Waiting for the Biblioburro de Monica Brown

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This book was so cute! The little girl who loves books gets surprised with a traveling library on donkeys. I am sure that made their childhood nice in the community.
  mackenziemitchell | Oct 5, 2020 |
This book has both English and Spanish text. It highlights the excitement that children have for reading. It also shows some of the disparities children have in regards to book access.
  abeckley | Oct 4, 2020 |
This book was really great in my opinion. I thought the content was perfect for the age group, and had nice illustrations to go along with it. I think the whole idea of it was very different and realistic, because in some towns in other countries the houses are more spread out like that and they don't have libraries in every town or cars. The idea of a traveling library, to me, seems old school and I love it. The children have something to look forward to all the time and the anticipation grows on them waiting for him to come and share his new books. I think it's great he lets them take the books home with them and his character is very realistic. What stood out to me was that the little girl in the story was so inspired that she wrote her own book "Waiting for the Biblioburro" in the book "Waiting for the Biblioburro"! That was really cool to me. This book definitely pushes readers to think about tough issues, because they need to realize that not everyone has access to a library every day or even at all. From the book, this is supported because this area doesn't have one and this man travels on his donkeys and brings books wherever he goes for others to be exposed and read. The main idea was to expose children to traveling libraries, because some don't live in an area with one and to inspire the readers to write about their experiences. ( )
  crepet1 | Oct 22, 2019 |
Ana loves stories. She often makes them up to help her little brother fall asleep. But in her small village there are only a few books and she has read them all. One morning, Ana wakes up to the clip-clop of hooves, and there before her, is the most wonderful sight: a traveling library resting on the backs of two burros‑all the books a little girl could dream of, with enough stories to encourage her to create one of her own.
  wichitafriendsschool | Aug 1, 2019 |
I thought that this book was very different from the other books I had read. I thought it was cute that the story was about a traveling library and how the librarian was inspiring all the children in this small town to read books. The meaning of this book is that reading inspires creativity. The little girl in the story loved reading books and told the librarian that somebody should write a book about him and his traveling donkeys. The librarian told the little girl that she should do it and she did. I really enjoyed the illustrations of this book. My favorite illustration is on the last couple of pages, where the librarian is reading under a tree to a group of children. I thought it was cute and related back to the meaning of the book in some way, by trying to encourage children to read more. The other thing I like about this book is that the author uses some Spanish words. The Spanish word that she uses a lot is burro which means donkey. The book is called Biblioburro if you break up the two words biblio is the beginning part of library in Spanish and burro is donkey, the book is called library donkey. Teachers can read this and explain to the children this meaning and this helps the students become more diverse. ( )
  sarahturpin | Mar 14, 2019 |
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When a man brings to a remote village two burros, Alfa and Beto, loaded with books the children can borrow, Ana's excitement leads her to write a book of her own as she waits for the BibliBurro to return. Includes glossary of Spanish terms and a note on the true story of Columbia's BiblioBurro and mobile libraries in other countries.

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