Julieta, Que Plantaste?

Santillana USA Publishing Company Incorporated, 1 sep. 2003 - 31 páginas
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The clever and lazy fox suggests to Julieta, the armadillo, that they work together on his land, which is full of weeds. The fox wants to trick Julieta and take advantage of her, but Julieta uses her intelligence and imagination to outsmart the fox. This adaptation of a folk tale teaches important concepts about farming and crops, and emphasizes the value of work.

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Dave Driver is a freelance writer who lives in Renton, Washington, with his wife Toni. It is the second marriage for both. Dave has a son, Galen, who is fourteen. Toni has a daughter and son, Erin and Kellen, ages eighteen and fifteen. Although this is his first book, his work has appeared in an anthology, "A Garden of Dreams" and is recorded on a CD, "The Sound of Poetry." He is both a member and a Poet of Merit of the International Society of Poets.

From the author: "Our most important biography, of course, is our spiritual biography, and mine is pretty simple. There is not one thing of value that I possess that God, in His grace, has not given, sustained, or restored, despite my best efforts toward self-destruction. Thankfully, 'God is greater than our hearts' (1 John 3:20).

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