¿Dónde puede estar el sombrero del oso? ¿Y si alguien lo hubiera robado? El oso pregunta a otros animales si lo vieron. Todos responden que no. Entonces, un ciervo hace una pregunta que despierta la memoria del oso… ¿encontrará al ladrón?
Jon Kassen is the creator of The New York Times bestseller I Want My Hat Back, which was named a Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Book, a New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Children's Book of the Year, and a Publishers Weekly Best Children's Book of the Year. He returned with another hat and another thief in This Is Not My Hat, which won the Caldecott Medal and became a New York Times bestseller.
31 Days 31 Lists. Bilingual Children's Books. Honestly, I’m a little ashamed that it never occurred to me before to check and see if this was in Spanish. Apparently this is the first time it’s been translated! Better news still, all the “hat” books will be translated. If not now then soon. How’s that for a picker-upper?---A Fuse #8 Production (An SLJ Blog)
This is the best kid's picture book of the century in my opinion. The bear and other animals are charming, the story teaches persistence, memory, and personal responsibility, there are deep ethical questions, and the implied murder and danger are good reminders to kids that the world is not always neat a nd kind.---NetGalley-Educator
The illustrations are gorgeous as always and the unintended humor I enjoy out of this book is as great as the first time when I read it in English. This makes for an excellent gift for Spanish-speaking children or friends just learning Spanish.--Netgalley-Educator
We love this book in English and have been waiting for a Spanish edition! This is a really great book for emerging bilinguals who are beginning to learn Spanish, because of the repetition and short text. The plot is very simple, but still manages to be hilarious. We laugh out loud reading this book! Definitely recommend!--NetGalley-Reviewer