Yo se que el rio me ama (I know that the river loves me) by Maya Christina Gonzalez
Este video está en Español.
Cada vez que Maya visita al río, el río brinca arriba para saludarla. El río se enfría cuando el sol del verano está demasiado caliente, y el río nos sostiene cuando ella salta al río. El río le hace compañía a ella durante el silencio del invierno. El río nos cuida a Maya y Maya nos cuida del río. Proporcionado por el editor. Español/Inglés
This video is in Spanish.
Whenever Maya visits the river, the river jumps up to greet her. It cools her down when the summer sun is too hot and holds her up when she dives in. It keeps her company in the quiet of winter. The river takes care of Maya and Maya takes care of the river. Provided by the publisher Spanish/English. (Description from the publisher)
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