¿Qué hace a una ciudad? (What Makes a Town?) (Spanish Version)
Guided Rd. Level L
There are many different places and people that make up a town. Through colorful images and easy-to-read Spanish text, early readers learn the important aspects of communities and are encouraged to look for some of the similarities in their own towns!
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