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Rosi Coqui's brother finds magic everywhere! Rafi Coqui can sort sand with his magic fingers. He can shoot the stars from the sky. He can even find the smallest tree in the forest -- growing down, not up. Then one day Rafi's pet hermit crab runs away. Now it's Rosi's turn to show her brother that she knows where to look for magic, too. Can she find the crab in time for theRosi Coqui's brother finds magic everywhere! Rafi Coqui can sort sand with his magic fingers. He can shoot the stars from the sky. He can even find the smallest tree in the forest -- growing down, not up. Then one day Rafi's pet hermit crab runs away. Now it's Rosi's turn to show her brother that she knows where to look for magic, too. Can she find the crab in time for them to watch it shed its shell? This joyful tale of two curious young Puerto Rican tree frogs is charmingly illustrated in brilliant color by acclaimed author and artist Lulu Delacre. Young readers will especially enjoy sounding out a sprinkling of easy Spanish words that add flavor to the story....

Title : Rafi and Rosi
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ISBN : 9780060098964
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 64 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Rafi and Rosi Reviews

  • La La
    2019-02-02 01:35

    This is my second Rafi and Rosi book and I adored this just as much as the first one I read. The three adventures in this title revolve around science! Magnets, bioluminescence, mangrove trees, and hermit crabs all make an appearance in this book. There is also a convenient language glossary and educational information at the end.I was aporoved for an eARC, via Edelweiss, in return for an honest review.

  • Barbara
    2019-02-19 00:33

    Ideal for youngsters who are gaining confidence in their reading and need to continue to practice to enhance fluency, this book features two tree frogs in three different stories. In one, Rafi and Rosi spend time at the beach where Rafi shows Rosi what he claims to be a magic trick. In the next two, Rafi tricks his sister again by claiming to have shot the stars from the sky, and in the third, she helps him find his hermit crab when it somehow manages to escape from its container while Rafi is helping his sister. Back matter includes information about tree frogs, magnets, bioluminescence, mangroves. While rather predictable, the stories are interesting enough to hold young readers' attention. I like having a story set in Puerto Rico, learning a few Spanish words, and the relationship between the two siblings who clearly care about each other.

  • La La
    2019-02-01 04:24

    These stories about life in Puerto Rico during Carnival are fun and entertaining. The accompanying illustrations are colorful and charming. There is a glossary of different terms in the beginning of the book and information about Carnival celebrations around the world at the end of the story, as well as insructions for making a periscope, kid's parade float wagon, and paper mache masks. I was aporoved for this review copy, via Edelweiss, in return for and honest review. I will he reviewing this titoe on my Children's book blog and will add the link when it is posted.

  • Sharyn
    2019-02-16 01:32

    Brother and sister Coqui frogs explore the natural environment of Puerto Rico, including the iron content of sand, bioluminescence in Parguera Bay, mangroves, and hermit crabs. Cute anthropomorphized frogs amid colorful, animal-filled illustrations frame simple 1st or 2nd grade text. Includes additional information about each of the scientific concepts at the back. Curricular connections: science/biology/ecology, Puerto Rico, transition to independent reading.

  • J-Lynn
    2019-02-02 21:25

    This is part of the I Can Read series. Written by Lulu Delacre, two lizard-looking characters Rafi and Rosi go on three different adventures in three separate chapters. The text is complicated and would require a late transitional reader to read independently.The pictures are typical cartoons with a lot of movement and action.

  • Joan
    2019-02-08 04:38

    A charming story about two young sibling coqui frogs and their world in Puerto Rico. The story reveals magnetism, bioluminescent algae, and mangroves in the light adventures of the warm characters.440L

  • Amy Stipp
    2019-01-26 23:36

    My second graders love this! Karla saw me reading it and said, Aw, Ms. Stipp, you have Rafi and Rosi at the beach! I love them! I love their adventures at the beach! :)

  • Sandra Vicars
    2019-01-28 21:16

    A collection of stories about Rafi and Rosi and their adventures learning about magnetism, algae and seedlings. The stories can be used to supplement science lesons.

  • Karen
    2019-02-02 00:14

    Rosi and Rafi are sister and brother who live in Puerto Rico. Thet are tree frogs who are always ccurious!

  • Beyond the Pages
    2019-02-12 22:17

    Excellent! What a great way to teach kids about educational concepts. Loved this book so much.

  • Diana Pettis
    2019-02-10 04:41

    This story is of adventure between a brother and sister.