Little Sunny Sunshine / Sol Solecito (Board book)
Canticos announces Little Sunny Sunshine / Sol Solecito, as part of its original Canticos Classics collection, the precursor to the Emmy-nominated, award-winning bilingual preschool series Canticos.
Based on the traditional Spanish songs Sol solecito and Luna lunera, sing and learn the days of the week, in both English and Spanish. Complete with beautiful hand-drawn illustrations, this book is a great way to make learning with your little chickie special and unique in not one, but two languages.
Concept: Song, Days of the Week, Activities.
• 8" x 7" novelty board book with a slip case
• The spread format is an accordion fold, so the book can be opened completely, laid flat, or made to stand so children can surround themselves with the story.
• English on one side of the accordion, and Spanish on the other.
• Interactive lift-the-flap.
"Canticos resonates with parents who want to raise multilingual children through quality, appealing content." — NBC
"Good books not only teach your child about different cultures and their traditions, they are also a great way to help your child pick up new vocabulary and information about different regions around the world. Canticos...is a great place to start" — Motherly
"Susie Jaramillo created a media company with an educational, cross-cultural, and intergenerational mission." — School Library Journal
"¿Qué hacer cuando los niños no quieren dormir? La colección bilingüe Canticos de Susie Jaramillo reúne tiernas canciones de cuna de nuestra infancia." — People en Español
Children can also watch our bilingual videos on the Canticos channel!
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About the Author
Susie Jaramillo serves as the President and Chief Creative Officer of Encantos, an award-winning entertainment-driven edtech company creating direct-to-learner family brands that both kids and parents love. Susie is also the creator of Canticos, the Emmy-nominated Latino-inspired bilingual nursery rhyme series which launched in 2016, and is also the author/illustrator of over 20 children's books.
“Every book that comes out of Canticos is a delight and this latest bilingual title is no exception. Flip it one way, it’s in Spanish. Flip it another, it’s in English. Scan the code and get the music that goes with it for free. This is a bilingual Spanish/English baby storytime dream come true.” —Betsy Bird, School Library Journal
“Sing, laugh, and play along with this interactive, bilingual board book that’s inspired by a traditional Colombian folk song. Each day of the week, Piggy loves to play outside with little sunny sunshine/sol solecito, and he loves admiring the moon when the day is done. Readers will learn the days of the week in English and Spanish, as well as activities for daytime and bedtime. The clever layout, which includes lift-the-flap surprises and a Spanish-English reversible design, is complemented by a playful, rhyming text in both languages. Bright, captivating yet simple illustrations and vibrant colors throughout the book make it ideal for very young readers and their caregivers. This is the sixth book in the series by the same author, including The Birthday Book/Las Mañanitas and Little Elephants/Elefantitos, and is equally deserving of space in any early literacy collection. The publisher has developed a sing-along app to accompany the book, which offers another opportunity for interaction. VERDICT Equal parts practical and playful, this sturdy board book is an ideal addition to any early literacy collection, and will engage speakers of both English and Spanish.” —Natalie Romano, School Library Journal
“Bright and cheerful illustrations stand out against a white background, but the real showstopper is a glowing sun with orange and gold foil rays that turn with a spinning wheel...With singing, interactive, and learning possibilities, this is another delightful addition to the series.” —Kirkus Review
“A perfect addition to bilingual collections for toddlers and preschoolers, and a great way to introduce young readers to traditional Spanish children's songs.” —Booklist