Reading Pepita Thinks Pink Pepita Y El Color Rosado Author Ofelia Dumas Lachtman Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Pepita S Back And She Is As Obstinate As Ever Pepita Likes Green, Yellow, Blue, Even Gray But She Can T Stand Pink And Despite The Urgings Of Friends And Family, Pepita Just Can T Bring Herself To Make Friends With Her New Neighbor Sonya, A Little Girl With A Pink Dress, Pink Balloons, Yuck Pink Everything Beautifully Illustrated In Hues Of Every Color And Yes, Lots Of Pink The Enchanting Partnership Of The Author Illustrator Duo Works Its Magic Once Again. This is a cute story about a young girl named Pepita that does not like the color pink She is very upset to find out that her new neighbor s favorite color is what Pink of course This book is written in english and spanish, with colorful illustrations. This book is fabulous because 1 Is written in both english and spanish2 Is a great introduction to race relations using something simple as the color pink.Wish every adult could pick up this book and realize how racism is futile This is a very cute story that is great for multicultural education The book is in Spanish and English and talks about a girl who does not care for the color pink The ending is very cute About a little girl that doesn t like pink very much, but it get worse once she discovers her new neigbhor likes the color pink very much. Pepita is a young girl that does not like the color pink She is very upset to find out that her new neighboy s favorite color is pink.
- 32 pages
- Pepita Thinks Pink: Pepita y el color rosado
- Ofelia Dumas Lachtman
- 24 July 2018 Ofelia Dumas Lachtman