This is the original booklet I used to learn to read in Puerto Rico (circa 1984). It is called Nuestra Cartilla Fonética and it was a standard in almost every school on the island. I saved it for all these years and recently realized that it teaches 3 Puerto Rican words:
COQUÍ (native frog)
CHINA (orange fruit)
I don’t think you would see any of them in any other version of a Cartilla Fonética -Diana
Let’s talk for a moment about Coqui’s. They’re frogs that are native to Puerto Rico and they’re usually about the size of a quarter. They also happen to be incredibly loud for their size. They’re named for the “coo-kee” sound that the males make (and the females make a high pitched “peeeeee~’ noise). If you go to Puerto Rico on a quiet night an whistle like a coqui, suddenly the entire area will fill with the sound of these little guys. Sometimes during the day, if you do the same thing ("coo-KEE”) a single female will reply back (“peeeeeee~”). Cutest damn frog ever.