Spanish for Young Ones
Add a little music to your language lessons.
Here is a collection of traditional Latin-American songs and rhymes, in Spanish and English, with the music included.
If you like it in English, try it in Spanish.
In this action-packed, humorous book, celebrated writer-illustrator P. D. Eastman presents dogs, dogs & more dogs enjoying every activity imaginable: swimming, driving, climbing trees, playing baseball & more!
A wonderful picture-word book perfect for getting children started in Spanish.-- A complete alaphabetical list, with an easy phonetic guide to the Spanish word, is also included.
Here green eggs and ham create a recipe for a fun and joyful read that crosses cultures with rhyme and nonsense.
Over 50 fun songs, games and everyday activities to get started in Spanish! From taking a bath to going shopping, books in the Play and Learn Language series turn everyday routines into fun language-learning activities for parents and children. Packed with lively four-color illustrations, each package features: Fun songs, games, and activities Key word illustrations Engaging comic strips Sidebars with fun cultural information English translations for all activities Packaged inside each book is an audio CD that includes all the songs, games, and expressions in the course.
"Spanish is fun,/ so give it a try./ Hola is hello,/ adios is good-bye."
Introduces Spanish by defining such common words as "hola" ("hello"), "perro" ("dog"), and "madre" ("mother").
Readers be aware: the pronunciation guide is at the end of the book.
In this cumulative Cuban folktale, a bossy rooster dirties his beak when he eats a kernel of corn and must find a way to clean it before his parrot uncle's wedding. Includes a glossary of Spanish words and information about the different birds in the story.
Count your way through this rollicking adventure in the Southwest. Learn the numbers in English and Spanish from one to ten, plus other words you need to know to be a good cowboy or cowgirl. With armadillos, roadrunners, tumbleweeds, snakes, and coyotes on the loose, it all adds up to great fun!
No matter how hard he tries, Uncle Nacho can't seem to get rid of his old hat. This tale, originally from Nicaragua, is in Spanish and English.
Two friends, one who speaks English and one who speaks Spanish, contrast various words in their respective languages.