On the way to the park, Paul wants to help Lisa
but he is far too small to carry her heavy bag. In the park, they
play a game, Lisa lets him touch and guess what she has in her
bag. Paul discovers that everything we use and see, not only
has a name, but is different in size, shape and texture too.
Lisa's bag is big and heavy, the skipping rope is long and flexible,
the branches on the trees are long and rough, they all
have their own special characteristics.
Ilustrador: Horacio Elena
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