A de alfabeto

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Everest, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 33 pages
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Do you know the alphabet? It starts with A for airplane. How about in Spanish? “A” de avión. And so on for “B,” “C,” etc. With this amusing book, children will review the alphabet and master it as they discover many new words in Spanish and English that start with the same letter and have the same meaning in both languages. Through the simple, entertaining, and lively text, children will associate each word in one language with its equivalent in the other, thereby establishing a connection that will help them remember both. A great way to reinforce memory and visual recognition, this book also boasts attractive illustrations on each page to represent the letters

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User Review  - kristenpittenger - LibraryThing

This is a great ABC book that goes through the alphabet in English and Spanish using the same picture. The text is simple and the pictures are very child like. I could really use this book a lot in my bilingual kindergarten class. Read full review


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