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Lectura graduada sobre Costa Rica. Manuel es un estudiante que resulta ganador de un concurso de poesía. El premio es un viaje a Costa Rica, para él y su novia, pero sus planes de disfrutar de la naturaleza y al fauna del país serán alterados por un hecho inesperado.

Las novelas de esta serie están ambientadas en el entorno geográfico y cultural de diversos países latinoamericanos: Cuba, México, Ecuador, Chile, Argentina, Perú, Bolivia, Guatemala y Costa Rica.Estas novelas, además de incluir numerosos comentarios culturales, políticos, geográficos, gastronómicos, etc., reproducen la variante de español del país donde se desarrolla la historia.

Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.

©2008 Difusión, S.L.; (P)2008 Difusión, S.L.

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Really good for learning Spanish, but just one thing to take into account for this entire series as well as some of the other Spanish-language learning materials on Audible (e.g. Pepa Villa, Lola Lago) is that you should probably add up to a full level to the rated difficulty, so e.g. A2 is really more like B1 or B2.<br/><br/>The reason for this is that most of these audio series also come with transcripts and can be used in a classroom setting where you might listen to the same piece of audio two or three times and perhaps get some help from a teacher. In that scenario the difficulty levels make sense. But if you're just listening to the audio by yourself and you'd like to be able to understand at least most of it, swallow your pride and drop down a level, you'll enjoy it more while still getting enough of a challenge to improve your listening comprehension.<br/><br/>When in doubt, just listen to the preview before buying!