Manolito Gafotas is a children’s novel written by the Spanish writer Elvira Lindo and The novel has been translated into English as Manolito Four-Eyes. An invitation to read Elvira Lindo’s stories about Manolito Gafotas. English / Spanish teacher and translator for over 20 years. I have been. Manolito Gafotas. English. Edition: First edition. Publication Information: Recounts the exploits of the irrepressible Manolito as he navigates the world of his.
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Spain — Juvenile fiction. He is soooo sweet: Recounts the exploits of the irrepressible Manolito as he navigates the world of his small Madrid neighborhood, along with his grandpa, his little brother, and his school friends. Manolito is a grandiose character, and even reading his story in translation leaves me feeling like I’ve been visiting his in manoligo apartment in Madrid. Amazon Kindle 0 editions.
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Recently added by conexionesinconexasLulatecaJulianSantafersermar manolio, carlos. What a cute, funny, special and wonderful little book about a VERY funny little Spanish boy living in the outskirts of Madrid. Manolito Gafotas, a boy living in a suburb of Madrid, has an energetic mother, an eccentric grandfather, good friends, a little brother he calls “Imbecile”, an overworked school psychologist and, above all, lots of things to tell about.
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JeanLittleLibrary Oct 30, The story focuses on his everyday life with some of his favorite pals, such as “Big Ears” Manokito and his heartthrob, the “One-and-Only Susana,” among others.
I enjoyed this book quite a bit – but it’s one that may or may gaftas be a hit on the library shelves. To be sure, the protagonist is a wild, spunky, dramatic, comical sort of character sure to be popular with children, who will probably find him, in Manolito’s own inimitable words, a “whole manolto cool. Summary “Nobody knows me as Manolito Garc ;a Moreno, not even Big Ears L ;pez, and he’s my best friend; even though sometimes he can be a dog and a traitor and other times, a dog traitorhe’s still my best friend and he’s a whole lotta cool.
Become a LibraryThing Author. Booklist Review In this episodic chapter book, year-old Manolito tells about his experiences at home, in school, and in his Madrid neighborhood.
Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. In Carabanchel-that’s the name of my neighborhood in Mnolito, in case I haven’t told you-everyone knows me as Manolito Four-Eyes.
Now available in American English, the book was first published in Spain in as part of a series about Manolito.
Google Books — Loading Manolito Four-Eyes would be their son.
His language is a little rougher, he’s more into “gross” and tv is a definite part of his life, but under the skin he’s another Nicolas. I have not laughed out loud so hard in ages. I liked this book so much. If Goscinny’s Nicolas had married a woman from Spain But he can’t help it-he doesn’t have to try.
Make this your default list. Manolito’s sociologist mother has concerns about his behavior so he spends some time telling the school psychologist his life story. Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Conversations 73.
Grandfathers — Juvenile fiction. No current Talk conversations about this book. It’s nicely episodic, would work well read aloud, and has millions of fantastic bit to read for a quick book talk. Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you’ll like this book. I recommend this book to all Spanish learners who want to be entertained while improving their Spanish skills!
Your use of the site and services is subject to gaforas policies and terms. In Carabanchel – that’s the name of my neighborhood in Madrid, in case I haven’t told you-everyone knows me as Manolito Four-Eyes. References to this work on external resources. If you can get a few kids to appreciate the humor and fresh voice of Manolito, this could be quite popular, but it will take some booktalking.
Family life — Spain — Juvenile fiction. Manolito is a phenomenon in Spain or so they tell me and I can see why.