At the Aquarium/En el Acuario: Bilingual Coloring Book by Cathy Beylon, Oscar Gongora

By Cathy Beylon, Oscar Gongora

Easy-to-color photos — plus short captions in Spanish and English — help youngsters name animals and vegetation they are more likely to locate at an aquarium. Twenty-nine illustrations of creatures in re-creations in their ordinary habitats comprise seahorses, a dolphin, fiddler and horseshoe crabs, seals, and different aquatic animals.

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