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Soap, Soap, Soap/Jabon, Jabon, Jabon

Soap Soap Soap Jabon Jabon Jabon Hugo s mam sends him to the store to buy soap Of course Hugo takes the long way there which gets him into loads of trouble and plenty of mud With all his adventures he keeps forgetting what he s sup

  • Title: Soap, Soap, Soap/Jabon, Jabon, Jabon
  • Author: Elizabeth O. Dulemba
  • ISBN: 9781934960639
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hugo s mam sends him to the store to buy soap Of course, Hugo takes the long way there which gets him into loads of trouble and plenty of mud With all his adventures, he keeps forgetting what he s supposed to buy at the store But through each mishap he s somehow reminded he needs soap, soap, soap jabon, jabon, jabon Hugo ends up a muddy mess, but he finally prevails.Hugo s mam sends him to the store to buy soap Of course, Hugo takes the long way there which gets him into loads of trouble and plenty of mud With all his adventures, he keeps forgetting what he s supposed to buy at the store But through each mishap he s somehow reminded he needs soap, soap, soap jabon, jabon, jabon Hugo ends up a muddy mess, but he finally prevails He buys the soap and returns home only to discover that his mam plans to use the soap on him Soap takes the classic Appalachian Jack Tale and gives it a modern twist The story now takes place in a small rural town with a sweet little troublemaker named Hugo The artwork is drawn with graphite and rendered digitally using bright, happy colors reminiscent of this playful tale The story is presented in English text with embedded Spanish in rojo The sprinkling of Spanish easily introduces key words using both story context and illustrations to aid in the fun and learning.

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    About "Elizabeth O. Dulemba"

    1. Elizabeth O. Dulemba

      Elizabeth O Dulemba is an award winning children s book author illustrator with two dozen titles to her credit She gives back to the community that supports her as Illustrator Coordinator for the Society of Children s Book Writers and Illustrators SCBWI Southern Breeze region Alabama, Georgia, Florida panhandle and as a board member for the Georgia Center for the Book She is a Visiting Associate Professor at Hollins University in the MFA in Children s Book Writing and Illustrating program She also teaches writing and illustration at other venues and speaks regularly at schools, festivals, and events Her latest picture book is LULA S BREW Xist Publishing and her debut historical fiction mid grade, A BIRD ON WATER STREET, is due Spring 2014 Little Pickle Press Her Coloring Page Tuesday images free to parents, teachers and librarians garner around a million hits to her website annually with over 3,000 subscribers to her newsletter Learn at dulemba.

    496 Comments

    1. Labelling this book bilingual compared to the other books I've looked at feels a bit like a misnomer, since in reality it’s really a text in English with a smattering of Spanish words every other sentence. However, its use of Spanish is quite interesting in that it does mirror how some code-switching families might use language and that the text does not usually provide a translation of the Spanish words or an explanation in the narrative. In that way, the book does assume some knowledge of bo [...]


    2. This is such a cute book, great illustrations, and mostly simple & common Spanish words. I think that the only thing that I think would help me would be a pronounciation English chart of the Spanish words. Definitely would like to read more books like this to help learn Spanish.


    3. This is a good read-aloud for all elementary grade levels. Additionally, ELLs whose primary language is Spanish could benefit from the integration of two languages in this book. I would use this book to help students to explore the concepts of determining the theme of a story and the author's intent. I would also use this story in guided reading lessons to model making predictions and using imagery to improve reading skills. I would also use this story for students to practice their summarizing [...]


    4. Timely topic, illustrations that almost pop off the page and will be highly appealing to children, and good story based on the Jack Tales. Excellent first picture book by talented artist who now also writes.



    5. This is a multicultural - bilingual retelling of the folktale about the little boy who is sent to the store to get Soap eventually to return needing to use it.


    6. Very nice pictures, cute story, unfortunately there is only a spattering of Spanish words. The title makes it look like there will be equal amounts of english/spanish.


    7. Read this to my students last week. In a school with many many bilingual kiddos, students loved the fact that they got to teach me new vocabulary!






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