Children's Foreign Language
Guía para plegar y garabatear/ Guide to Folding and Doodling
Spanish Hardcover ISBN: 8416306435
With this companion to the blockbuster bestselling Origami Yoda series, beloved author Tom Angleberger—with the help of the kids from McQuarrie Middle School—presents young Padawans with dozens of activities from the Star Wars universe. Padawans can learn how to fold R2-D2 and C-3PO, as well as drawing Jabba.
Asi Vamos a LA Escuela/This is the way we go to school
UN Libro Acerca De Ninos En Diferentes Paises Del Mundo/A book about children in different countries of the world
Spanish Paperback ISBN: 0590494430
Describes the many different modes of transportation children all over the world use to get to school
Baby Happy Baby Sad / Bebè Feliz Bebè Triste
Hardcover ISBN: 1536203483
Reformatted in a dual Spanish-English edition, a smile-inducing concept board book starring the irrepressible Baby from Blankie/Mantita depicts the colorful things, from a towering ice cream cone to an escaped red balloon, that make Baby happy or sad.
A Baby-Sized Introduction to Speaking With Sign Language
Hardcover ISBN: 0803731930
Delightful illustrations enhance an introduction to simple signs that babies can use in order to communicate their needs non-verbally, including having a wet diaper, hunger, and being finished with mealtime.
Bears on Chairs / Osos en sillas
Spanish Paperback ISBN: 0763699659
“This book cleverly melds words and art. . . . The happy ending is the perfect finish to a sweet exercise.” — Booklist Four chairs. Four cuddly bears. All is well until Big Brown Bear shows up and wants a seat. Can these clever bears put their heads together and make space for one more? Now available as a Spanish-English dual language edition, the first escapade of these impossibly cute bears makes a perfect read-aloud for little ones learning a second language.
Beep Beep/ Piip piip
Hardcover ISBN: 1536203505
Two shaped board books from Petr Horácek are now available in dual Spanish-English editions — perfect for little ones who love things that go. When a family piles into a bright yellow car to drive to Grandma’s house, they go broom, broom through the town, vroom, vroom along the highway, and chug, chug over the crosswalk. Getting there is almost as exciting as the welcome that awaits at the end — and bright pictures and playful sound words make this a trip to enjoy.