Senor Pancho Had a Rancho (Hardcover)
"Old MacDonald Had a Farm" goes multicultural in this rollicking Spanish-English rendition. The barnyard animals on Old MacDonald's and Señor Pancho's farms have a hard time communicating. MacDonald's rooster says cock-a doodle-doo! while Señor Pancho's gallo says quiquiriquí. The English-speaking chick says peep, peep, but el pollito says pio,pio. Then the cow says moo -- and la vaca says mu! Maybe they're not so different after all! So all the animals come together for a barnyard fiesta, because dancing is a universal language!
About the Author
René Colato Laínez was born in El Salvador and now lives in Southern California. He teaches kindergartners in a bilingual classroom.
Elwood Smith has illustrated more than a dozen books for children. A guitar player, Smith has written songs and two musicals. He lives in the Hudson River Valley.
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