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  • By A customer on October 15, 1998

    Lizard's Song is the story of a lizard who teaches his friend Bear his favorite song ("Zoli, zoli, zoli...Rock is my Home"), only to discover that Bear keeps on forgetting it. Ultimately , Lizard realizes that the problem lies in the song, which is about Lizard's home. When he makes the song about Bear's home(..Cave is my home")Bear never forgets the song again. Share this story with anyone, but especially share it with homesick preschoolesrs, and remember to ask them at the end what they live in, and make a song for each of them never to forget.

  • By Rosalinda Staples on November 26, 2008

    I'm a mother of three who is teaching her daughters Spanish at home, and this book is a favorite in our household. My daughters have memorized the phrase "Tra la ri la rasa, esta roca es mi casa...." The book is lively and captures my daughters' imaginations. I would highly recommend that you obtain the version though that comes with the CD so that you can put it on in the car or at home. It's a great way to expose children to the Spanish language. The illustrations are adorable.[...]


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