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Author Chansky, Ricia Anne, author.

Title Maxy survives the hurricane = Maxy sobrevive el huracán / by/por Ricia Anne Chansky, Yarelis Marcial Acevedo ; illustrations by/ilustraciones de Olga Barinova ; Spanish translation by/traducción al español de Yarelis Marcial Acevedo, Francheska Morales García, Sharon Marie Nieves-Ferrer. [VOX Books]

Publication Info. [Fairfax, Virginia] : [Library Ideas, LLC], 2021.
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 95th Street Juvenile Talking Books Fiction World Language  SPANISH TALK-BK E CHA    AVAILABLE
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Description 1 audio-enabled book (1 volume (unpaged)) : color illustrations ; 29 cm.
Playing Time 001147
Description digital rda
audio file rda
Note Book originally published: Houston, Texas : Piñata Books/Arte Público Press, [2021].
"The permanently attached VOX Reader transforms an ordinary print book into an all-in-one read-along. There's no need for computers, tablets or CDs. Children simply push a button to listen and read"--Publisher's website.
VOX Audio playback device includes headphone jack, external speaker, play/pause button, volume controls, page-turning controls, rechargeable battery, low battery indicator, and removable AC adapter.
Performer Read by Maria Liatis.
Summary Maxy is a happy puppy who lives with Clarita and her family in a house filled with music and laughter on the island of Puerto Rico. On sunny days, Clarita and Maxy go to the park or on adventures under the flamboyant tree. On rainy days, they stay inside and play games or read books. But one day, Maxy sees everyone rushing around, putting things in boxes. Someone says, "María is coming!" That night, Hurricane María roared ashore; there was thunder, lightning and lots of rain. Maxy was terrified! Finally, the power went out and the house and everything around it was completely dark. The next day when they went outside, they saw destroyed homes, flooded roads and knocked-down trees-including their beloved flamboyant! There was no electricity for a long time, and everyone had to stand in long lines for food, gas and even water to drink. Eventually, power is restored and Maxy thinks everything is going to be okay. Until one day, the clouds start to gather and he hears thunder and whistling winds. Trembling and whining, he races under the bed! Eventually, and with the help of loved ones, Maxy like many children who go through natural disasters learns to overcome his fear and appreciate the benefits of rain.
Audience Ages 6-8. Piñata Books, an imprint of Arte Público Press.
Grades K-1. Piñata Books, an imprint of Arte Público Press.
3-8 Brodart.
P-3 Brodart.
Language Parallel text in English and Spanish.
Subject Hurricane Maria, 2017 -- Juvenile fiction -- Kits.
Dogs -- Juvenile fiction -- Kits.
Fear -- Juvenile fiction -- Kits.
Spanish language materials -- Bilingual -- Juvenile fiction.
Bilingual books, Spanish.
Hurricane Maria, 2017 -- Juvenile fiction.
Puerto Rico -- Fiction.
Puerto Rico -- Juvenile fiction.
Local Subject READ-ALONG
VOX BOOKS
Genre Children's audiobooks.
Added Author Marcial Acevedo, Yarelis, author, translator.
Liatis, Maria, narrator.
Nieves-Ferrer, Sharon Marie, translator.
Morales García, Francheska, translator.
Barinova, Olga, illustrator.
Container of (expression): Chansky, Ricia Anne. Maxy survives the hurricane. Spanish. Spoken word (Liatis)
Added Title Maxy sobrevive el huracán
ISBN 9781955675758 (VOX book)
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