Titles Included (7)
- Arándanos para Sal
- Corduroy: Edicion españolaa
- ¿Dónde viven los monstruos?
- Eduardo: Cumpleaños en la piscina
- El secreto
- Oso no para de roncar
- Un bolsillo para Corduroy
Corduroy is a teddy bear that once lived in the toy department of a large store. Day after day, he waited with the other animals and dolls for someone to take him home.
At the laundromat with Lisa, Corduroy overhears Lisa's mother remind her to take everything out of her pockets before washing her clothes. Pockets? Corduroy is dismayed that he doesn't have a pocket, and so begins his adventurous search to find one.
Travel far from home with a boy named Max as he discovers a land filled with wild creatures and learns that being in charge isn't as easy as he may think.
Edward is invited to a swimming party, but he isn't quite ready to give up his water wings. This lovable bear cub teaches children that not everybody is ready for the same things at the same time.
Shh…! Little Mouse has a secret! He's found a delicious-looking apple and doesn't want to share a bite. So he buries it, and no matter how many of his friends ask where he hid it, Little Mouse won't tell. But when a tree sprouts from the seeds of the fruit, there are enough apples for everyone-and Little Mouse realizes some secrets are even better when they're shared.
What happens when Little Sal and Little Bear mistakenly trade mothers? When Sal goes out with her mother to pick blueberries, a mix-up causes an unexpected adventure.
In a cave in the woods, all winter long, Bear sleeps in his cozy lair. Surprise guests stop by to warm up, brew tea and pop corn while Bear snores on. When the smells and the fun finally disturb his slumber, Bear wakes up to find his den full of celebrating critters. Cheerful rhymes and illustrations will charm children as they wait for Bear's BIG reaction.
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