This is a short story about Pochito, a cute little puppy, who wants to find love and care, and he does by the end of the story. After the story there is a lesson of Pre-Advanced Spanish language level for children of 2-6 grades with the exercises. Or, it can be beneficially used by adult students of Spanish. Interestingly enough, the children's language is one of the challenging parts in foreign language studies, that can be often wrongly perceived as easy, and therefore undeservedly skipped by learners. The adult students will be surprised at how many new words and phrases they will actually learn from the book by a passionate author, the experienced teacher, a native speaker of Spanish. The children's vocabulary is missing in the regular textbooks; nevertheless, it is an essential and vivid language part of a native speaker of Spanish. Alfredo Garcia-Russi has a BA in Spanish Literature and Spanish-American Studies from Montclair State University in NJ, and a MA in Urban Education with a concentration in Spanish from New Jersey City University (NJCU). Alfredo is a recipient of several awards, including Humanitarian Valor Award of 1984-85 in NYC. "Pequeña historia de Pochito, el pobre perrito. Al final de la historia una clase de español nivel superior con ejercicios de práctica. Esta una historia de amor familiar canina para una audiencia joven. Pochito era un pobre perrito el cual su único y gran anhelo en esta vida era amar y ser amado." Dedicatoria: "Dedicado a mis queridos nietos: Naomi Francesca Canilao García y a Christian John Fultz García."
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Alfredo Garcia Russi was born in 1947 in a beautiful small city named Callao. Callao is the main port of Lima-Peru and was the Port of Entrance of the Viceroy from Spain by the time of the Colony in 1549. Alfredo is a recipient of several awards, including Humanitarian Valor Award 1984-85 in NYC. He was acting for several years as "Director de Prensa y Propaganda" (Director of Media and Propaganda) for the Youth of the United Nations in NY. Garcia Russi is the author of a few short real-life stories like "Abandono" and "Presentimiento Equivocado" among others. He also wrote several poems and "Pensamientos", as well as children books, like "Pochito, el pobre perrito", "Jaimito, la hormiguita traviesa" and others. Alfredo has a BA in Spanish Literature and Spanish-American Studies from Montclair State University in NJ, and a MA in Urban Education with a concentration in Spanish from New Jersey City University (NJCU). He loves to do volunteer work, especially for his Latino Community. He works as a translator for Lodi's Library in NJ where he actually resides. He used to read in "Radio In Touch" in NYC for the Spanish blind, and he has written stories as a freelance writer for a Spanish newspaper in NJ (Articles about the Latino Community.) Connect with him online at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Book Description CreateSpace, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 42 pages. Spanish language. 8.25x8.25x0.10 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1477467718