Category Archives: book review

Lo que escuchó la mariquita

This is the third in a series of three posts about Julia Donaldson books that I have recently purchased in Spanish. Lo que Escuchó la Mariquita is the Spanish version of What the Ladybird heard and is a ‘farmyard thriller; a crime set on a farm‘ according to Julia Donaldson, the author. In it, two […]

Las tres cartas del Oso

This is the second in a series of three posts about books by Julia Donaldson that I have recently purchased in Spanish. Las tres cartas del Oso is a very simple board book with flaps. It has two short sentences per page and colourful illustrations by Axel Scheffler. Oso writes three letters and sets out […]

Cache-Cache Ville

The other book that I was gifted to me by Mr S was Cache-Cache Ville. He chose this one from a selection that he thought might be suitable because, as his messages said ‘This is fun!’ and “It’s magic!’ The book takes you through the town Cache-Cache Ville, past les magasins et les maisons, la boulangerie, la poste, le bureau […]