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100 First Animal Words for Toddlers English-Spanish Bilingual

Illustrated by Sarah Rebar / Translated by Jocelyn M. Wood
Published by Rockridge Press
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Help toddlers develop their English and Spanish skills

The wide and wonderful world of animals offers a fun way to get kids talking in English and Spanish. Taking them from "alligator/el caimán" to "zebra/la cebra," this inspiring book builds kids' bilingual vocabularies through 100 unique creatures with fun and varied names.

What sets this bilingual 100 first words book apart:
  • Focused learning—Each page features just two animals with their names in English and Spanish, ensuring kids don't get overwhelmed.
  • Realistic illustrations—Toddlers will be fascinated by the big and colorful illustrations that represent each animal accurately.
  • Teaching tips—Discover advice for introducing animal names and helping kids stay engaged as they practice identifying animals.

Introduce little ones to an entire zoo of cool and cute creatures—in both English and Spanish.

About The Author

JAYME YANNUZZI, M. ELEMENTARY ED., is a former first grade teacher and the creator of the blog Teach Talk Inspire, where she shares activity ideas, printables, and resources to entertain and educate your kids at home.

About The Illustrator

SARAH REBAR is an illustrator based in Los Angeles, with a BFA in Illustration and Design from Syracuse University. She loves to draw stories and fun illustrations for kids.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Rockridge Press (June 7, 2022)
  • Length: 56 pages
  • ISBN13: 9798886084009
  • Ages: 1 - 3

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