Good Night, Gorilla in Spanish
"Good night, Gorilla ...", "Good night, Elephant ...".
The night watchman says good night to the animals as he finishes his rounds at the zoo. But Gorilla has other ideas, deftly pick-pocketing the watchman’s keys and letting himself out of his cage, whilst letting Elephant, Lion, Hyena, Giraffe and Armadillo out too! The weary watchman makes his way home and into bed . . . unaware that his friends from the zoo are right behind him!
This is a very simple story that is great for teaching animal names in Spanish. The text is very simple with lots of repetition of the phrase 'Buenas noches'.
Buenas noches, Gorila is written entirely in Spanish as it is aimed at native speakers. It is published in Venezuela.
Hardcover, 36pp, 235 x 190 mm