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La Bruja Tiburcia
Gabriela Rubio
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La Bruja Tiburcia

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Tiburcia is the nanny of Nana and Nano when their parents are absent, but she is a mean old witch who is obsessed by cleaning. One day she turns Nana into a tiny person. Nana and Nano try all sorts of things to bring Nana back to normal size again. The story is aimed at children 7 years and up.
Paperback, Quinto edicion [fifth edition], 72 pages
Published May 2008 by Ediciones SM (first published April 2002)
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Nov 22, 2016 Carmen rated it it was amazing

Rubio Márquez, Gabriela (2002). La bruja Tiburcia. Madrid: Editorial SM (Colección “El barco de vapor”, 111.) 80 páginas.

A continuación, realizaré un comentario sobre la obra La bruja Tiburcia. En éste, mencionaré primeramente a su autora, seguidamente, realizaré un breve resumen de dicha obra y posteriormente, realizaré una valoración de los elementos paratextuales finalizando con una valoración personal.

Gabriela Rubio Márquez, autora de La bruja Tiburcia, nació en Las Palmas
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Mar 18, 2013 Josie Crimp rated it really liked it
Shelves: espanol
This was a fun story to practice my Spanish - hard enough that there were some words to look up, but short enough that I read it with a long relaxing coffee. Some of the new words that I learnt; piramidal (terrific), abatida (stressed), bacalao (cod).
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