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First Words Spanish

Lonely Planet Kids

Lonely Planet Kids Sebastien Iwohn Andy Mansfield



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Lonely Planet
01 March 2017
Bring the Spanish language to life with this beautifully illustrated children's book from Lonely Planet Kids, an imprint of Lonely Planet, the world's leading travel guide and phrasebook publisher.

Perfect for the whole family, First Words Spanish features 100 words to use while travelling, from food and transport, to animals and weather. Each word is accompanied with a bold illustration and a simple pronunciation guide to make the vocabulary fun and easy to learn.

Plus, its small size means it's a handy addition to any trip to Spain or a Spanish-speaking country. Also included is a free audio pronunciation guide. Scan the QR code on the back cover or visit our First Words website to hear each word spoken by a native child.

Illustrated by:   Sebastien Iwohn, Andy Mansfield
Imprint:   Lonely Planet
Country of Publication:   Ireland
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 134mm,  Spine: 20mm
Weight:   449g
ISBN:   9781786573162
ISBN 10:   1786573164
Series:   Lonely Planet Kids
Pages:   208
Publication Date:  
Recommended Age:   From 6 to 8 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for First Words Spanish (Lonely Planet Kids)

Delightful illustrations by Andy Mansfield and Sebastian Iwohn. The colours are lollipop heaven and each subject dealt with in a whimsical way - you could frame every one of them ... What a great gift for kids about to embark on an overseas holiday (or not, why the excuse?). Maybe we can foster a generation that doesn't just point at things they want in a foreign land or speak mannered and loud (very loud) English. I plead guilty to both. * The Australian * Kids might ... struggle to keep these books to themselves...Learning words from these books could become addictive...don't be surprised if it's the youngest members of the family who get you out of a tight corner when you're trying to communicate with the locals in the backblocks of Spain or France. * Good Reading *

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