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El último árbol - Level 1 - Spanish

El último árbol - Level 1 - Spanish

Margarita Pérez García

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By: Margarita Pérez García

A story of hope for the Amazon rainforest
It is the year 2064 and the Amazon rainforest is gone. All the trees have been cut down and all that remains is one ancient tree, an Indigenous woman, and a little blue bird. Follow the bird on its journey through a grey, empty world in search of a colorful future, trying to save those left behind and what's left of the forest.

The story of EL ÚLTIMO ÁRBOL - The Last Tree - invites us to imagine a world where most of the trees have disappeared. But it is not a sad story. It's a story of hope, because we can still do something; it's not too late to save the forest. Sometimes hope for a better future is all it takes to make us act. Hope can be a thing with feathers. Maybe just a little blue bird...

EL ÚLTIMO ÁRBOL is a heartwarming story with a powerful message in simple Spanish. Read it with your Spanish-speaking family to celebrate your heritage; or read it on your own to start your Spanish learning adventure!

Themes: deforestation, restoration of the Amazon forest, hope

Level 1, written in the present tense with only 60 word families + 30 cognates

©2023. Spanish. Level 1. High school. 8.5 x 11 inches. Softcover, 55 pages.

SKU: 8B3055
ISBN: 978-0-6454-8080-1

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Margarita Pérez García

About the Author
Margarita Pérez García is a Venezuelan author of easy-to-read literature in Spanish for beginning language learners. Margarita holds two master’s degrees in Spanish language and Spanish and Latin American literature. With 30 years of experience as a Spanish and French teacher, Margarita writes high-interest stories about Venezuela’s natural beauty and diverse wildlife, natural disasters, and the human impact on the environment, combining conservation themes with myths and legends of Indigenous cultures. Margarita specializes in supporting struggling readers and learners with reading difficulties and has become a leading author of easy-to-read literature. You can find her on Instagram @mrsperezgarcia and on her website at