Isabela Huffman is a precocious 8–12 months–outdated woman who cannot appear to keep herself out of difficulty on a check out to Guanajuato, Mexico, with her mom. She desires to be the president when she grows up. Or a ballerina. Or the president and a ballerina. She’s dramatic. She sings on the bus, screams like a child right after putting chile powder on her fresh mango and convinces her mom to get five pair of new footwear for a large family. No matter how a lot of times her mom asks her to just sit down like a standard minor woman, she just cannot help acquiring up to get much more photos of her adventures. When will Isabela ever sit down?
Las aventuras de Isabela is the 1st novel in a series for real beginners. It uses a vocabulary of only 200 Spanish words to inform a 2,200-word story. Las aventuras de Isabela Karen Rowan Comprehensible Spanish Language Understanding Guide one