Autora: MªIsabel Nadal Romero

Illustrator: MªIsabel Nadal Romero

Once upon a time  there was a very poor miller that he appeared before the king and he said that his daughter had the ability to spin straw and turn it into gold.                             The king led the girl to a room, and he locked the door. The king said that if tomorrow at dawn the girl hat not turned all the straw into gold, she would die.                                     And the girl burst into tears.                                                                                               Suddenly, a estrange little man appeared and he said to the girl that he spin it far her if she gave him something and she gave him her necklace.  The same event was repeated three times. And the last time, the girl promised him that she would give him her son. And some years after, the girl had a baby and Rumpelstinkin went to look for him.

The Great Fire of London

Author: Janet Hardy Gould

Illustred: Lyn Stone

Editorial: Oxford

Opinion : I likesd it because it talks about burned London.

Summary: London was burned . It began with a baker who left the oven boor opened, then burned the house and the street and after all, London, the city.

Recommendation: I recommendation it because you learn a lot in the book in English and there are many exercises.


AUTOR: By Celia Starr

IL·LUSTRADOR: By Celia Starr

EDITORIAL: Burligton


Joey has got a secret fear.

He’s frightened of the dark. The boys at school mustn’t know

about his secret.

But then Joey discovers that his friend.

Kevin, has got a secret fear, too.

He’s frightened of high places.

The boys decide to fight their fears.

Together-but how?

Victor Goes on an outing

Author: Pascual Alapont

Ilustrator: Armand Gonzàlez

Publisher: Animallibres

Version and translation: Mar Aranda i Joan Carles Girbés


This book is about  a boy, Víctor, who goes on an excursion with his parents.

His parents have a great journey but the child was bored.

They eat sandwich and fruit.

When they finish, they to go their