A single-minded Chupacabra has taste buds for one thing: Goats (or, Cabras, in Spanish). This is a big problem for a little goat, as you might imagine. Determined to talk his way out of becoming breakfast, Goat leads Chupacabra on a quest to find something else for the menu. As a picky eater who wanted the goat to survive, I found this story especially compelling. Could both Cabra and Chupacabra achieve a satisfying resolution? Despite the danger, this tale is completely adorable. Best of all, it features English and Spanish with plenty of repetition in both languages to help kids (and non-bilingual adults) learn new words. — From Sarah's picks (page 1)
Little Chupacabra is a picky eater with a monstrous appetite for only one thing: goats. This is a huge problem if you happen to be a goat. Set in gorgeous Puerto Rico, this delicious tale of compromise features digestible Spanish vocabulary, a menagerie of animal amigos, and one determined--and hungry--Chupacabra. Winner of a 2019 PubWest Book Design Award.
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About the Author
Kyle Sullivan is a writer based in Portland, Oregon. His titles for children include Hobgoblin and the Seven Stinkers of Rancidia, The Cyclops Witch and the Heebie-Jeebies, Monster ABC, Hush Now, Banshee! and Goodnight Krampus.Derek Sullivan is a Seattle-based illustrator. He has illustrated many books for children including Party Croc!: A Folktale from Zimbabwe for Albert Whitman & Company; and Hobgoblin and the Seven Stinkers of Rancidia, The Cyclops Witch and the Heebie-Jeebies, Monster ABC, Goodnight Krampus, and Get Dressed, Sasquatch! for Hazy Dell Press.