Looking for Spanish Novels? I know how tough it is to find good readings to learn a new language. You don't usually have a large vocabulary or are able to read long and complex sentences. You'd like to go right to the fun stuff, but maybe it's too hard for you now. A typical Spanish reader isn't interesting or just plain boring. But this book is not like that. Learning with Spanish Novels is easy and straightforward. Forget about difficult long texts with English-translations. This book for Spanish learners is not like that. It will take you to the next level in less time. That means less effort and struggling towards your way to fluency in Spanish. Improving your Spanish can be lots of fun. A Spanish Book for Upper-Intermediates (B2) Both Fun & Easy Perro que habla no muerde is the book number 16 of the Spanish Novels Series. This Upper-Intermediate Spanish Reader is packed with useful expressions you need in everyday situations: greetings, asking questions, talking to friends, etc. Anyone who has an upper-intermediate command of the Spanish language can take advantage of this book. You need to know conditionals, gerund, pluperfect and simple past tenses. Besides, in this book you will find longer and more complex sentences and chapters. Jaime is a 6 year old boy afraid of dogs. This year he's beginning elementary school and he wants to make friends, but he's very shy. To make things worser, there's a boy at school who starts bullying him right from the first week. Will he be able to get rid of his fears and stop the bully? This Spanish Book for Upper-Intermediates will show you the most used grammar structures in different situations. As the difficulty level is just right you will learn and enjoy it at the same time. This Upper-Intermediate Spanish book will definitely help you work your way up toward more advanced readings. Why Spanish Novels Short sentences Short chapters Easy vocabulary Simple grammar Everyday dialogues An Upper-Intermediate (B2) Spanish Reader in SIMPLE Spanish. From the First Chapter: Cuando llega el domingo Jaime es el niño más feliz del mundo. Los domingos siempre van a la plaza. Todos los domingos del año, a menos que llueva o haya tormenta. Por lo general van a la plaza alrededor de las 3pm. Mientras sus padres están sentados a la sombra, Jaime se divierte con los juegos de la plaza. Para que no le haga daño el sol sus padres le ponen un protector solar fuerte. Jaime se queda jugando durante una o dos horas. Si fuera por él podría vivir en la plaza. Más de una vez le dijo a sus padres: "Podría hacer una casa de madera en un árbol, y vengo a vivir aquí los fines de semana. ¿Qué les parece?". Lo único que a Jaime no le gusta de ir a la plaza es tener que ir caminando. A decir verdad, la plaza queda a solo tres cuadras de su casa. Pero no es la distancia lo que le molesta. Lo que no le gusta son los perros. En realidad, no es que no le gusten. Lo que sucede es que le dan miedo. Apenas ve un perro ya siente miedo. Y si el perro le ladra mucho más aún. Hoy Jaime y sus padres están caminando de regreso a casa como siempre. Cuando ven un perro, se cruzan a la vereda de enfrente. Y si un perro le ladra a Jaime, su padre le recuerda: "Perro que ladra no muerde". Do you really want to learn Easy Everyday Spanish? Scroll up and click the BUY button!