Bella wants to find out what she’s good at. But she quits everything she (barely) tries because she’s a disastre. Her somersaults are like jirafas rolling downhill, her piano playing like elephant feet. When she decides to learn how to bake with her abuela, her first attempt at dulce de leche frosting looks like cocodrilo skin. She must learn it’s okay to try again or she won’t be good at anything.
Peppered with Spanish vocabulary and set in an inter-generational Latinx home, Bella’s Recipe for Success will show all kids the value of practicing to learn a new skill, and that it’s okay to make mistakes along the way.
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Carlos es un pato irritante. Carlos quiere uvas. Va al puesto de limonada. En el puesto de limonada no hay uvas. Hay un chico que se llama Pablo y hay limonada.
Carlos will keep annoying Pablo for grapes until …
This story is ideal for kids learning Spanish. It has less than 100 different high-frequency words. It will make your kid proud and self-confident. It is based on the famous viral song “The Duck Song.”