The Kite Festival



The Kite FestivalOne Sunday Morning, Fernando Fl Rez, His Parents, Grandparents, And Sister Head To A Random Destination For An Outing San Vicente When They Arrive In The Center Of Town, They See Many People Preparing For A Kite Festival The Fl Rez Family Waste No Time Joining In The Fun Unfortunately, All The Stores Are Closed, So Buying A Kite S Out But By Using Their Ingenuity Along With Found Objects They Successfully Put One Together Although They Encounter Some Challenges Along The Way, They Can Always Find A Solution With A Little Thinking A Surprise Comes At The End Of The Day, With The Mayor Of San Vicente On Hand To Deliver It.A Warm Family Story Set At A Festival Much Like One Leyla Torres Attended As A Child In Her Native Country Of Colombia.

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Kite Festival book, this is one of the most wanted Leyla Torres author readers around the world.

[Ebook] The Kite Festival By Leyla Torres – Heartforum.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Kite Festival
  • Leyla Torres
  • English
  • 07 November 2018
  • 0374380546

10 thoughts on “The Kite Festival

  1. Tracy Holland says:

    Grandpa and the family head out on a trip for the weekend They stumble upon a kite festival Eager to be a part of the festival, Fernando and his family use tools that they have at hand to create a kite and take part in the festival Creativity, ingenuity and working together are themes in this book.

  2. Whole And says:

    A sweet tale of a young boy and a last minute kite creation from his grandfather.Hexagonal kite design included.

  3. Becky Birtha says:

    Fernando shuts his eyes and puts his finger on Grandpa s map, choosing the destination for the Colombian Fl rez family s road trip to the town of San Vicente When they reach San Vicente and realize a kite festival is going on, all family members contribute assorted objects and talents, resulting in a kite they can fly in the festival Though I wished for a a bitof a sense of action in the paintings, and less views of people standing around, the illustrations are cheerful and colorful, are Fernando shuts his eyes and puts his finger on Grandpa s map, choosing the destination for the Colombian Fl rez family s road trip to the town of San Vicente When they reach San Vicente and realize a kite festival is going on, all family members contribute assorted objects and talents, resulting in a kite they can fly in the festival Though I wished for a a bitof a sense of action in the paintings, and less views of people standing around, the illustrations are cheerful and colorful, are clearly not in the United States, and you can t help liking the family A bonus was the instructions, at the end, for making the kite

  4. Paula says:

    A great story that is quit long for the little ones but could be done with a felt set to create a kite while it comes a long in the story for the kids to seeWhile on a Sunday outing, Fernando and his family encounter a kite festival and decide to create a kite from scrap materials so that they can join in.

  5. Samantha says:

    A family heads out for a picninc and spies a kite festival about to start They quickly rig up a kite from materials they have on hand and end up receiving a prize for the most original kite.Instructions for making a hexagonal kite are included following the story.

  6. Trisan says:

    Great family book.

  7. Katie Fitzgerald says:

    Read at preschool story time on 3 8 13 Read at preschool story time on 3 8 13

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