By Jeanette Winter
Luis likes to learn, yet quickly his condominium in Colombia is so choked with books there is slightly room for the relatives. What to do? Then he comes up with the correct solution--a touring library! He buys donkeys--Alfa and Beto--and travels with them in the course of the land, bringing books and interpreting to the kids in far off villages. appealing! whole with an author's word in regards to the actual guy on whom this tale is predicated.
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Biblioburro: A True Story from Colombia by Jeanette Winter