Jacqueline Anderson

Jacqueline Anderson

I wrote a children’s book in Spanish for SPAN201 Intermediate Spanish I class. One of them I have yet to read to third graders at Jefferson Elementary, and one is being donated to Spanish-speaking students at Arcadia Elementary. My book is about a girl and her friends that have a snow day. They go out and have lots of fun in the snow. On the same day, the main character Elena has to overcome her fear of the big snow hill. Thankfully, she had the help of her friends. I wrote this book because I want the kids to know the importance of teamwork. You never have to go through anything alone! The book process was a bit rocky in terms of the grammar, but by the end I was able to learn a lot about tenses.

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