Titles Included (5)
- Alexander y el día terrible, horrible, espantoso, horroroso
- Berta Buenafé está triste
- Celia: La niña que cantaba con las manos
- Irene, La valiente
- Señor Sí
Celia is like other girls her age: she’s happy, she likes to have friends, and loves to learn and get to know new places. However, she has something special: she knows how to talk with her hands and listen with her eyes, because her ears don’t work, she’s mute. The story is told through the letters that the girl writes to her mother while she acclimates to a new life in Colombia.
In this tale from a Spanish duo, a good-natured young man struggles to say no to things he’d rather not do.
He could tell it was going to be a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day... He went to sleep with gum in his mouth and woke up with gum in his hair... When he got out of bed, he tripped over his skateboard and by mistake dropped his sweater in the sink while the water was running... What do you do on a day like that? Well, you may think about going to Australia. You may also be glad to find that some days are like that for other people too.
Irene bravely faces a snowfall to bring the suit that her mother created for the Duchess. Although she finds herself in terrible danger, everything is worth it in the end.
Berta is sad. She does not believe anyone could ever love her. Her neighbor Edmundo likes her, but she is too shy to say anything. One day, their dogs come up with a plan...
How Marie sees it: